Again a wonderful offering from Sierra Dean. This second book starts off where the cliffhanger from Book one left us, Sierra has been ordered to kill her friend and mentor Holden. Not wanting to be forced into a decision she runs away from both her werewolf soulmates and the vampire council, needless to say she doesn't remain hidden for long. The writer manages to keep the story fresh, witty and interesting without resorting to graphic gore or too many intimate scenes. In this genre it is hard to create something completely new, because most of it has already been written, but she manages to put a fresh face on it anyway. The plot comes together in a perfect way and with an ending that leaves the reader waiting for the next book. I highly recommend the series and look forward to Deep Dark Secret: Secret McQueen, Book 3.