As always with an Eve Dallas story, they move very quickly and don't require much concentration to read. However, this one was very predictable, and even had me thinking that Eve was too slow on the uptake for the entire book. I had my suspects narrowed down very early on, and was not really surprised by the villain reveal. What I did enjoy about this story was the method of the murders. It felt very unique, but more importantly, felt very realistic in this day and age. I also enjoyed seeing Eve get more comfortable in her love for Roarke, and the byplay between her and Peabody was also a humorous addition to a very bland and predictable story. 3.5 stars overall, but rounding up to 4.