Plot Summary: Jaz faces family issues as her brother's career is put in jeopardy and her father's sanity lies in question. In addition, the battle with The Raptor continues in Patras, Greece, where a new player arrives as the team meets a woman with ties to Vayl's past.Jaz's latest mission has taken her to the ancient Greek city of Patras; but instead of soaking up its splendor, she's supposed to to infiltrate a Vampere Trust. Only two vamps have ever escaped the tightly bound communities and lived to tell the tale: Edward "The Raptor" Samos, the most reviled criminal mastermind in recent memory, and Vayl, the CIA's number one assassin who also happens to be my boss. The Raptor is trying to take over Vayl's former Trust. When Vayl and Jaz arrive at the Trust to finalize their strategy, they walk into a shocker. Vayl is no longer in charge; instead the only vampire he's ever created Disa, is now running the show. Disa has been a nuisance to Vayl since he changed the alien. This time with her as the boss, Disa refuses to allow Vayl to work the field operation to take out Samos. On the other hand, Jaz will not sit idly by allowing Disa to own her Vayl as her relationship with him was just turning to a new more exciting level. Her missions are to kill Samos permanently and keep Vayl at her side not that of Disa, who now gives the orders. Review: This book was actually alot better than the first one. Thankfully! Jaz and Vayl's relationship seems to be treading water and Jaz finds herself helping Vayl when he loses his mind. Bergman was mostly absent in this novel, and I missed his new gadgets he comes up with.