Another book of short stories of things that the characters sometimes bring up from their pasts, but you have no idea where these things came in to play. It use to really confuse me because I read all of the books in one shot, so I was lost for a bit about what they were talking about.
Then Kelley Armstrong made up these stories and put them in a book! And voila! Holes. Filled.
She’s probably one of the best writers for fans. Not to mention she’s Canadian which happens to make me love her even more. Normally Canadian books aren’t my favourite, probably because the stories are too close to home that it’s boring or I can’t escape my world into theirs. These play both sides, and I like it.