" The best part of this book is that it continues on with the story of Catherine Ling and her son Luke. This is a continuation of her Bonnie , Eve, and Quinn series.It also lets you engage John Gallo from that same series, and continues the attraction they felt even though the were playing cat and mouse back then. This time they are joined together with a single purpose.It also gives a back ground of Catherine Ling and her life as a youth. I am not sure I agree with her never waving trust of an old friend, and its results concerning her child.Even though she complains , she seems to adjust to each new event rather easily. For some one who is so independent, and even a control freak, that part did not add up for me.She was more like a chess piece between several men, and her son. The ending did not explain how so many strong characters would fit into her life at once.It just kind of faded into the night sky, with no real conclusion. Perhaps we will see these characters again, and the story will explain itself to a better conclusion! "
— Pamela, 1/16/2014