Carrie Vaughn continues Kitty Norvilles story in this her 8th book in the series.
In this book Kitty is contacted by her contact in the Centre for the Study of Paranatural Biology to come help with some soldiers who have returned from war. They were made into wolves by their team leader, who died on mission. Now they're home with no leader to control them they've gone wild and the Military needs help.
Kitty also has to cope with being sued for slander by Speedy Mart when she questions whether it has supernatural connotations on her show. Plus Cormac her old friend the Bounty Hunter is out of jail, and he's not quite acting himself...
This book is a gentle one of Kittys adventures. It doesn't have major plot overtones for the series and is similar in style to 'Kitty Goes On Holiday', it's a gentle one off that i really enjoyed.
I like that Carrie Vaughn deals with Kittys issues that came up in surviving the events of 'House of Horrors', so she empathises with the Post-traumatic stress the military wolves are feeling.
This book reaffirms Kittys selfless need to help others and reinforces how much you as a reader like her. Having Cormac have a mysterious personality issue going on is nice as it gives him something of a character revolution rather than going back to the old ways he had before.
If you love Kitty then dive in this books for you, same applies if your a werewolf fan, or like supernatural fiction.