This is book 4 in the Georgina Kincaid series. It was the darkest and saddest book of the series for me. Georgina is in a funk over her breakup with Seth, and she is moody and depressed through the first half of the book. The action picks up later in the book when Jerome mysteriously disappears, and consequently Georgina and the rest of Jerome's immortals lose their "abilities". The vampires can now go out in the sun, and Georgina can have sex without taking away human's life energies. You know where this is going, right? Georgina is involved with solving the mystery with her friends, and doesn't know who she can trust. This was another enjoyable installment and I'm looking forward to reading Succubus Shadows in March!