I've been a fan of Acosta's off-beat vampire comedies. In the end I am going to be a fan of this book as well. Acosta's humorous portrayal of vampire politics, California lifestyles, and popular culture continue to entertain. For a few chapters I was afraid she'd moved over to full blown "explicit" romance but she quickly put an end to that and returned to the interplay that has kept me reading through the fourth book of the series.
We reach resolution here. I don't think we're going to see another book with Milagro de Los Santos. I may be wrong, but the series feels complete. I look forward to Acosta's next creative enterprise.