The vampires and humans of this series just can’t catch a break. They think, with the discovery of the blood farm and getting back out again, that the drama is over for them and they can go back to their lives. It doesn’t happen that way. They get a few days break before the drama starts again. The humans as a whole aren’t happy about the vampires among them and there are still people involved in the blood farms out and about. The core group isn’t sure who to trust (and that’s getting old), so they assume that anyone can be on the other side. This one also ends in a cliffhanger, which I really should have expected since several of these books have. I read this one in just a couple of hours. They seem to get better and better as time goes on.