I greatly enjoy Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series, and this is a strong installment. One thing that is different about this series is that though it's in the same world and often linked, different books are told from different perspectives. The first two books, Bitten and Stolen, were written from Elena's perspective. To be honest, Paige of the third and fourth books is my favorite, so I was initially disappointed to find we had returned to Elena. But I still greatly enjoyed this novel, among the more suspenseful in the series as a pregnant Elena and her mate Clay deal with what might be Jack the Ripper unleashed on Toronto.