Vanda has an anger problem. A big anger problem. It has to do with some past trauma that she’s not letting anyone know about. But when Phil, one of the day guards, agrees to be her anger management sponsor, she might have met her match.
It was nice to see a female vampire in the starring role for a change. And I was interested in Phil, the werewolf, since I’ve always had more of thing for werewolves than vampires. I have to admit, though, that it was nice (in the previous books) to know that (thanks to Roman’s genius) the male vampires and female mortals could have children together. It would have been nice for Roman to find an answer for the undead women as well. Seems kind of sexist, doesn’t it?
But I digress. 🙂
I liked Vanda, for all her hurt and attitude. I’m not sure how much I bought into her relationship with Phil. To tell you the truth, I’m not sure what they had in common. But okay, don’t take these books too seriously right?