This is the third book in the Cousins O'Dwyer trilogy. I enjoyed more than I thought I was going to at first, and probably would have rated it higher had the "I love you and you love me, but we can never be together because you are a descendant of the evil witch my good witch ancestor cursed as she died" part of the plot drug on way too long. I mean, I knew it would all be resolved in the end, but I'm at a point right now where I like low angst romances. But, overall, I did enjoy this couple together.
I know that all of Nora's paranormal trilogies all tend to follow a pattern, and I both like and dislike that at the same time. It's hard to explain. But mostly, I've come to rely on them, as I do with Jayne Ann Krentz books, as comfort reads.