Not much to say about this one. The murders in this book link back to a government agency, so that makes things a little sticky for Eve (not that she really cares, but it was a little worrying). Both her and Roarke learn a little more about their fathers and what they learn about Eve's father causes a rift between them.
I've gotten a little lazy about reviews. I really hope I get back into reviewing, but I've been feeling too lazy to really sit down and write a long review. Maybe after the holidays, that will change. I hope so, since I've liked writing reviews.