I Love Rebecca York's work and have been on a quest to acquire her backlist, but I was disappointed with this book. To sum the story in one word, it would be "vague." Both Bree and Troy (the leads) were not given enough depth. It seemed as though I was reading the same basic, repeated information and never really got to know them well enough to like them enough. I also love paranormal stories, my favorite authors in that genre are Sherrilyn Kenyon (awesome web page [sherrilynkenyon.com]), Jayne Ann Krentz, and Christine Feehan, and so the paranormal aspect was not the problem. What really bothered me the most was I really don't think this should have been a part of the "43 Light Street" series. Other than a mention that she worked there and a phone call at the end, there wasn't any involvement with the previous cast. I've come to expect the "Calvary" of past and future characters to work together and solve the case. I gave this review 3 stars because the suspense was interesting and it was written by a favorite author of mine, but this is definitely a book in the series that if I had known, I would have skipped. Which is something that I consider completely taboo when it comes to a series, but this story was easy to put down and find excuses not to rush back to.