Well to be honest. I didn't like it. As a story, it downright sucked and I'm sad to say that, because SK was one of the first authors I started reading avidly. The only good parts were the tidbits concerning the DH series as a whole. The rest of the story seemed rushed, and unfulfilling. Reminds me of a very watered down version of her "Devil May Cry" book (very good book btw). This book though, was very preachy, I'm starting to wonder if it's the after effects of some life lesson. I know SK's character's usually fall in love really quick but damn this took the cake and thus made it a little less believable. The only thing that held it together was her ability to write complex characters that you easily love. Also, you can tell she just wanted to tell a Native American backstory because that's ALL this story was; a native american history beacon, uninteresting flashbacks and cliched lessons. Very disappointed, but hopeful. Again, SK is one of my favs and I have faith she can bounce back, so I'll be patiently waiting for Nick's next book and Styxx's. She needs to just sit down and tell the story, don't rush it, don't add all that extra shit lol.