I liked this one better than book 1. I think it's because the subject matter seems more personal. Not that I even have kids, but the fact that you get a feel for the victim. Also, it's more personal to Nadia and what happens is even more socially taboo than what happened in book 1. The theme makes you become more emotionally involved.I like Nadia a lot, but I'm getting impatient to see what's going on with Jack. Of course, it's written to make me feel that way. I thought the last chapter was really cute. I'm hoping there will be at least one more book since I'd like to see what Nadia chooses to do with her career and what happens with the boys. Even though the end suggests what will happen, I felt like it did leave room for future stories that I would love to hear about.