This one was nice but not quite as enjoyable as the others. I think a lot of that has to do with Harris and his inability or unwillingness to accept Rohan as his mate, yet at the same time being more than willing to claim a spot in his bed. I don't know why but for some reason that bothered me. Like Rohan was good enough to sleep with but not good enough to commit to.
I feel like the romance in this one was secondary to moving the ongoing plot forward (this is the fourth book in the series and there's a long term plot that has stretched across all four books) and it really shouldn't have been b/c of all the relationships this one had the most potential for drama and conflict and angst and just all the good things by virtue of Rohan being a vampire coven leader. That's an incredibly powerful position, and Rohan has to be a very strong, very powerful, somewhat ruthless man to hang onto it. We don't really get to see any of that though.
I don't know...I enjoyed the book, especially the appearance by Aden because he's my fave, but I feel like there's something missing that kept me from connecting with it.