As mentioned in the review of this book's predecessor, I've recently come back to the series and I can honestly say that it's gone out with a bang. We saw a lot more of Theo in the last book, and I'd half been routing for him tgo get the girl in that one, but with his tortured and secret past, he deserved an excellent book and a strong female - and he got both! The tale picks up some 18months after the last, and is filled with the fast-paced storylines that typify this series, and with hot, frequent sex scenes. Theo is smoking hot, and his lead is feisty and I loved the way in which she recognises the good in Theo and the fact that he is who he is and how he is because of the mental and physical torture he suffered as a teen, and she sees his scars as badges of honour. She is the first to admit her love verbally, but by then Theo has already admitted to himself how much she means to him, but he refuses to voice it as he is a warrior, and thinks that love is for others. At the start of the book, the be-all-and-end-all is the Coven, but Serena becomes the most important thing to him and this couple firmly deserved their HEA. I also loved how we get to see all of the other leads from other books and their HEA too.
We see a preview of the first novel in the author's new Seelie/Unseelie series (there was also a novella in the Hot For The Holidays antho), but it seemed confusing and I couldn't get my head around that world, so for me, that won't be an autobuy.