Good story, although not as engaging as Hush Money or Impulse Control (which I really, really enjoyed). Maybe I’m just accustomed to slower paced books, but I got a little lost with more and more Talents popping up in every other chapter. Also I didn’t understand the need for extreme violence from Marco and his “friends”? I get that they are delinquents but it got too much after a while. Still no explanation as to why there aren’t more adults with Talents, and frankly, still too many loose ends left by the end of this book. But it looks like there’s meant to be another book after this one, so maybe things will be cleared up then…or not. Only respite for me was that Dylan and Joss’s relationship finally grew into something lovely. I usually love it when people have kickass abilities so I was surprised to find that I much preferred reading their relationship scenes more than the excessive face bashing and Talent wielding scenes that filled this book.