I was a little disappointed in this third installment of the Angel/Kael series. This one seemed to focus quite a bit more on Kael's control issues and issues surrounding his father. I was really hoping to see Angel grow in this segment, but he hasn't changed much since the last story. This felt more like of a period of setting details in place for the next book. I am hoping the next one will have advanced some, given Angel will be taking some time off from schooling and starting some more involved MI6 training. Kael seems to have come to some realizations about himself, his relationships and his life. I least like the Daddy aspect prevalent in this series, and while I have come to grips with the fact that it works tor Angel and Kael, it can feel somewhat overdone. That was definitely the case in this book. Still, I am invested in these characters and story and look forward to the next book.