If this is the last in the series, and from the way various characters popped in and out of this tale, I'm not sure that it is, it should have been the book of the series. Unfortunately, it wasn't.
The 'romance' in this was muted, and felt very one-sided, with Marsley repeatedly trying to get away from Saint, and when they do get together, they barely have a scene or two alone. Other guys feature a little too prominently to just seem random, and there are actual musings from one of the leads (I can't remember or be bothered to go back and check) that X might be suited to Y and make good mates for each other...so maybe there will be a mop-up tale to come. I for one don't care, as this book was anticlimactic.
A character who should have been dead and stayed dead was brought back to life in this tale, and then disappeared quickly and conveniently, making me think, 'why bother?'. The entire tale felt like a cop-out.
Definitely a read-and-delete, unlike the rest in the series.
Loved reading about Saint and Mars but wished it had been alot longer. It ended just as the storyline got intriguing and l thought there should have been more of a story when they went to get the thesls back. One minute we are on the station, the next we are on the planet. Amber needs to pay more attention to details when she writes. This could have been a really great series as the idea of beautiful large cats changing to your idea mate is wonderful. The books are just so short that you can't really get your teeth into them. A shame l think.