I am a huge fan of Kelley Armstrong but I am finding this series a little hard to love. Perhaps though the fault of her editors, there is not enough description for my liking. I find it difficult to picture the scenes because there aren't enough details provided. The main character, Chloe, is likable enough, but she is just blah. There is nothing outstanding about her character, her intelligence or her actions, she simply seems to be along for the ride. For the second time in this series, the reader has been left only a few scant details about what is really going on behind the scenes and little or no closure for the characters. Since this is being billed as a trilogy, I was expecting much more action and much more information. I can only hope that the third book with have enough of both to satisfy the readers.