Since Hunter first arrived on the scene, I looked forward to his story. I'm glad he's finally found a "home" and he's around others who accept and appreciate him despite his origin. I don't have much to say about Corinne. Kidnapped and missing for 75 years, she's finally found by the Order. She wants to be reunited with her family, but a happy family reunion proves difficult when Hunter discovers a disturbing truth.
I didn't enjoy the book as much as I'd have liked to. It felt like a filler between the ending of one climactic situation with Dragos and beginning of another. The ending made me sad but promises an exciting continuation in this series. It looks like **** is just now really beginning to hit the fan!
Like I said, a little disappointing but don't dismiss it because it has some important events that shouldn't be missed.