A fun, and informative addition to the series. Too often when authors put out short stories with the ongoing series it seems like nothing more than a cheap ploy to milk more profits out of readers. The stories have little substance, and no bearing on the series as a whole. I was pleasantly surprised to find this was not the case with this story. It was nice getting a feeling for Betty's training (nice names Coyote) without having to devote chapters to it. It was also nice to see the tension building between them. I'm still not sold on this romance, but maybe my mind will be changed. The developments with the Norse pantheon were messy, and complicated, and I appreciate seeing Atticus (I'm sorry Sterling) still has to deal with the fall out of his actions. It was nice seeing a bit of his past as well. I felt it gave me greater insight into his character. I love that Sterling is not some infallible, and all powerful immortal. He continues to make mistakes, and he, and those around him, have to deal with the consequences. It makes him a more fully realized character, and much more fun to read. Oberon never fails to make me smile, and I love how the banter between Oberon and Sterling does so much to highlight the love they have for each other without descending into pat sentiment. This story has only heightened by excitement to read Trapped. I received this book as an ARC through Net Galley, and would like to thank Net Galley, and the publisher for giving me the opportunity to read, and review it.