The suspense was good, the plot reasonably tricky but not unpredictable, the characters believable, and the sex not too intrusive or explicit. The one thing I really missed is the humor that I'm used to seeing in Krentz fiction. Also, the development of subplots and secondary characters. It seemed that this book is all about the suspense. So, there may not be much reason to ever re-read it. Since I already know the perpetrator.