I won't sum up the plot since that has already been done. I will however like to say that I for one am delighted that we finally get to know more about Jeremy and Jaime. I really enjoy stories that allow us to get to know the characters and for those same characters to develop. Kelley Armstrong does this quite well.
Jaime may not be everyone's favorite person in the series but I've always liked her. She is not a superwoman with amazing strength but that's her charm. Out of all the women so far, she is the most human yet she is a necromancer. Jeremy has always been a very strong and silent character and came across as the man with iron self control. It's not a great leap for him not to broadcast his feelings.
This is one of my favorite books, if not the favorite book in the series so far. The plot was engaging and the scenes between Jeremy and Jaime were very touching and in some very sizzling. Definitely a keeper.