But a few things really detracted from this book. First and foremost, Quinn just doesn't do it for me, and I don't think he and Sookie have the best chemistry, although she has infinitely more chemistry with Quinn than Calvin Norris. At least that romance has been put to rest. I hate how Quinn keeps calling her "babe" and the licking her blood parts are creepy. His personality grated a bit too.
Another problem I had with the book is that I spotted the culprit to both major mysteries right away. While it was understandable why she wouldn't know who was behind the demon's death, I couldn't understand how she didn't know who had sent the werewolves to attack her and Quinn.
Lastly, there was not enough Eric and his behavior when he saw Sookie and Quinn together was completely out of character. I hope he had a larger role in the following books.
One last note: The fashions in this book are just as atrocious as they are in the previous books, maybe even worse. Charlaine Harris really needs to pick up a fashion magazine and study current fashion. I cringe every time anyone's clothes--especially Sookie's--are described.
Overall, a fun read.