Another good installment of the Chicagoland Vampire series. I enjoyed this one more than book 2, which had a slow beginning half. Thankfully book 3 did not have any annoying re-caps from the previous books to contend with, perhaps Neill was advised against them this time?? There was a lot of action in the story, which I both liked and disliked. While it kept the book from becoming stagnant, a strength of the series is the interaction of characters--and during fighting scenes you do not get much of that. As for one plotline in the book, all I can say is it is about freakin time! Fellow readers will understand when they get there.