Claire’s done a bad thing, the consequences of which point to more badness in her immediate future. And possibly Irish’s future…and the future of both his vampire clan and her wolf pack. But Claire’s determined to fix everything. All she has to do is find proof to justify her actions, avoid the drunken threats of her pack alpha, and stave off a race war between the vamps and weres. Easy-peasy.
The hard part? Staying away from her favorite forbidden vampire. Especially hard when he’s saving her hide every five seconds.
And the story continues! For those of you who haven't read the first part, walk away from this review as there may be a spoiler or two, and go read the first installment. As for the rest of you, this being a serial and all, the second part of Fangs Of Anarchy picks up right where we left off - Irish confesses to killing Gannon in an attempt to spare Claire. Claire, the stubborn, ungrateful maiden in distress does not appreciate what Irish is doing. Especially when the night before Irish made it clear that his number one priority - even above his clan - was his sister Hadley and her well being, which Claire understood 100%. But now it's a new day, and Irish seems to be singing a different tune.
Obviously, I can't tell you what happens, because you have to read the book, but I can say that the second episode is almost as good as the first. I say almost, because there wasn't any sex in this one, HEHE, and I really wanted to "see" Claire and Irish getting it on again. They're hot together, I can't help it. But, they do have this great scene together where they're just going back and forth with one another, verbally sparring. Irish shows more of his lighthearted personality and I think it's just the cutest thing. How Claire can resist such charm and charisma, is beyond me. I would have jumped his undead bones. ;-)
So if you have read the first part, I encourage you to continue, you will not be disappointing. And of course, just like the first book, this one ends in one killer cliffhanger. Actually, a bigger cliffhanger than the first time. And if you didn't read the first book, and read this review even after I told you not to, go read the first book and then read this one.