Here's the thing with Sherrilyn Kenyon books, for me at least. I find it difficult to put her books down until it's over. I become emotionally invested in the story and at the end, I'm so drained from the heartwrenching story that I find it difficult to think of anything else for a long time.
This, thankfully, was the shortest book in The League series that I have read. There was a few times where she tugged on your heart a bit but nothing like Born of Night (and Born of Fire) where it felt like she ripped my heart out of my chest, stomped on it a few times, kicked it around in the dirt and then handed it back, dirty and bleeding.
That being said... I loved this book. I liked seeing all the old characters again, in a slightly different light and I loved that you could see how their traumatic pasts shaped their lives and their children's lives. *hugs book*