This might end up being the last one of these I read. The next one isn't out yet (and isn't due out until next year), so I might change my mind before then. There were some things left open in the last book, but I was happy with how that one ended. Not as happy about where this one is taking the series: Kellen and Mira together is a good thing (really, I think everyone expected that to happen at some point, even if we missed 20 years of their lives).
I could do without this new threat, which is the main reason I'm considering calling this one the last book. I say that now, but it's going to be a while before Crave the Night is out, so I might talk myself out of it before then.