Kitty is in Vegas with this book and about to do her radio show on live television. But nothing is ever simple when Kitty is involved and before she knows it she is tangled up in a web of bounty hunters (that kill werewolves like her for a living), vampires, a magician, and a band of performing lyncanthropes. Vegas is never dull especially where Kitty is concerned :)
What I liked about this book is that we continue to see Kitty and her struggles to lead a semi-normal life. And once again the reader is caught up in the adventures that Kitty finds herself in. Kitty isn't the "sit back and wait patiently" type of girl and I like that about her. She may find herself in the midst of trouble but she always is trying to help someone or do something for someone else. It makes her a really strong female main character and I like reading this series because of it.
I can't quite put my finger on it but this wasn't my favorite of the series. I think that the plot fell a bit flat for me and while I did enjoy it, I wasn't "wowed" by it. I can't go into detail without sharing spoilers but suffice it to say that I didn't like Balthasar's character and couldn't figure out why Kitty dealt with him. Maybe not so much dealt with as I couldn't figure out why she didn't stay as far away from him as possible right off the bat. It just wasn't my favorite book in the series and that is the best way to put it.
Hmmm....yeah...I want to be clear that I did like this book. I just didn't love it like I have the previous ones. I'm still a fan of Kitty and am always interested to see what kind of trouble she will get herself into. And I still think that you should give this series a try if you haven't yet but start with the first book, Kitty and the Midnight Hour.
My Rating/Recommendations: 3.5 out of 5 and recommended to paranormal and urban fantasy fans.
Challenges: 100+ Book Challenge, Series Challenge 3