This was my first Eve Dallas book - it was a random pick-up from the remainder bin a few years ago. Now that I've read the entire series, most of the books mutliple times, I decided to try this one again. I enjoyed it much more than I did first time around, and though I'm not surprised I liked it enough to read the entire series, I'm surprised I didn't feel more lost. Reading it now, it seems that so many of the relationships and character arcs are so clearly established that I'm surprised I was able to follow it the first time around. I suppose it's a testament to Robb/Roberts' writing that a book appealed to me just as much when read at vastly different times. I can never get enough Eve!