This one really threw me. It had great potential, especially in the beginning. Somewhere around the middle it started to fizzle out. It almost seemed like the author had a great idea and didn't know how to follow through. The "bad guy(s)" storyline kind of went no where with the characters basically walking around in circles, not really having a clue what to do. And the ending was so anti-climatic, I didn't even realize that part of the plot was over until I re-read that chapter. Seriously, the confrontation and the conclusion of that storyline happened on one page. And for bonding being such a big deal, it was over pretty quickly too. I don't know if I'll read the next installment. Diana seems even more wishy-washy.