By Darkness Undone (TBA)
On the positive side, the character of Ecco, a talya who has yet to find his mate, is very well developed. I like him as a supporting character, and I kind of dread the time when he'll get his own book. Then, he'll be required to lose his laid-back, bad-boy attitude and become an emotionally disabled victim—so sad.
One other weakness is that the constant demon battles become somewhat interchangeable as the series progresses, and by the third book, I was (once again) just flipping the pages to get past the battle scenes, hoping to find something new in the plot. I know, I know—they're demon hunters, so they are required to fight demons, but other writers have handled this scenario in better ways. I guess that my problem with the series is that the characters are either emoting endlessly about their own shortcomings or they are in the midst of battle. There's not much in between, and that type of writing doesn't hold my interest—especially not after three identically constructed books.