I really enjoyed this sequel to Infected: Prey and seeing some more of the characters.
What draws me to reading this series (so far) is seeing the different levels within each character and how those levels blend (or not) with the other characters.
Roan is snarky, with a "tough nut" shell that doesn't let many people in. Paris is more of a people person than Roan, but - I think - for the same reason, mainly that even though he has a lot of friends and makes them easily, not that many are let in.
Roan also works to not think about what is to come and looking for the murderer of a missing rich girl certainly fits the bill.
While I don't know if every reader will like how the story ended (tissues are involved), I "loved" it in that it fit the characters, the case, and even though it could have been different, I don't think it could have been a fitter ending.
In a world where a werecat virus has changed society, Roan McKichan, a born infected and ex-cop, works as a private detective trying to solve crimes involving other infecteds.
The newly married Roan is struggling to balance his work with his home life as he grows increasingly distracted by his husband Paris's declining health. The newly married Roan is struggling to balance his work with his home life as he grows increasingly distracted by his husband Paris's declining health. One case with strong emotions attached takes up most of his time: finding the murderer of a missing little rich girl. It's a family with secrets so toxic they'd rather no one investigate, and there's no shortage of suspects. But despite the dangers and obstructions involved, Roan won't stop... until he loses something infinitely precious as well.