I liked this second installment to Armstrong's Women of the Otherworld series more than the first, which is kind of unusual for me, but I don't think for this type of series. I think a lot of them get stronger as the basics are laid out and the characters have time to develop. Like the first, this novel is narrated by werewolf Elena Michaels, the only female of her kind in existence.
This time she and her pack interact with witches, half-demons, vampires, and the worst of the lot, human researchers and a billionaire. It's a page-turning tale with a strong female heroine and other women and men characters on whom she relies. I like that she is flawed, and her relationships are also imperfect, with the possible exception of the pack's alpha werewolf, Jeremy.