I saw the title of this book and immediately assumed Washington state as the location for this book. NOPE! It was Washington, D.C. It really threw me off, big time, and I’m not sure why.
Anyhow, the story was about the same as the first book. Kitty had decided to take her radioshow on the road. Hopping from one city to the next, stopping at one radio station one week and a different the next week. Since she was outted as a werewolf she didn’t want to keep a home and draw too much attention to herself.
Well it didn’t pay off. The government calls her in to testify about the supernatural community regarding the research department that needs it’s funding to continue to roll in. The board holds off calling her to the stand for the entire week, which happens to be the day of the full moon, thus resulting in a ticking time bomb should Kitty lose her temper. She doesn’t but she does find herself in a bit of trouble before the nights end.
She also finds a great place to hang with other shifters. One person takes a great interest in Kitty and he makes her “purr”.
Kitty overcomes quite a few obstacles in this installment of the series. She makes a few friends and a few enemies. All-in-all she comes out just fine and can call on Washington, D.C. to be her home anytime.