Another novella in The Josie Hawk Chronicles that didn't disappoint! Everything is under Josie's point of view this time and, I must say, I appreciated not having more of the POV jumps from third to first person of the previous novella. I didn't get distracted and devoured the read in just a sitting.
Perhaps we don't get to see much of Keller, but what we see—and hear him saying—is definitely worth it. The real entertainment here is Josie and her struggle to be apart from this charming Irish vampire she would gladly forget about (would she, really?). That is definitely what catches the reader's attention the most, especially since we're all waiting for the moment when the struggle stops, are we not?
I had a great time catching up with Josie and Keller's building relationship/partnership and, after the latest events, I'm excited to read their very first full novel, "Indigo Dawn"!