I had a love hate relationship with this book. It started out pretty good and I was enjoying it but then it just started to lose some of it's appeal with Avery's actions and his pettiness. Dylan wasn't that much better and there were points in which I thought the two were acting like children. Avery was so naive when it came to people and their ulterior motives. I wasn't sure if I wanted to try shake some sense into him or box him up and keep him safe. He may have been a hedgehog shifter but he sure had the personality of a curious cat...if you know what I mean...literally I'm not sure how he managed to survive in this totally fictional world...so I'm just going to pretend he's a hedgehog reincarnated from a cat and has nine lives (mm hm ¬_¬). I felt extremely betrayed on Dylan's behalf when Avery just went through his text and assumed the worst of Dylan. I mean he wasn't totally wrong but I thought he could have dealt with it better and given Dylan the benefit of the doubt considering Dylan does own a custom bike shop. The reference to an auction could have been to a bike not to the trafficking party. I can see Avery's standpoint on it all too that he wanted to prove a point to Dylan and that he too felt betrayed but the lack of communication between the two was frustrating the heck out of me.
It really bought the enjoyment of the story down for me a bit. At this point I'm not sure if I want to come back for the next installment in the series.