This series jumped the shark several books ago, but I keep reading for the sentimental value. I'm quite fond of Ty and Zane, even if I sometimes get them confused. And their over-the-top antics are generally amusing before they wear thin. Some of this book reminded me of Roux's The Archer, which was a bit of a hot mess, actually. Anyway, I'll keep buying her books because I feel like I have an emotional stake in the characters, but I don't know how much more disbelief I can suspend.