Enemies to lovers is one of my favorite romance tropes. There's just something about the passion and fireworks of it. Combine that with a lone wolf shifter trying to find her place without her pack and a sexy as sin vampire with a British accent, then season it with the added spice of them being natural enemies, and sparks are bound to fly. Whether they're exchanging barbs or heated kisses, Emma and Calder burn up the pages. Of course, where there's animosity, there's angst, but it's tempered with some hilarious antics and witty banter between this pair. This first part of the duet focuses on the romance, the push and pull between Calder and Emma as the scales tip back and forth between love and hate. There's also a suspense side to this story with a bit of darkness that gradually builds as the book progresses, and on that front, the author pulls out all the stops with a whopper twist that I couldn't have ever guessed. I would advise heeding the cliffhanger warning because Liz Meldon does cliffys like nobody's business, and this one is no exception. After reading that last, jaw-dropping sentence, I'm left tapping my foot, impatiently waiting for the second part of this tale. Cliffhanger aside, Emma and Calder are absolutely delightful from word one. This first part of their story is a wonderful combo of humor, chemistry, and steam hot enough to melt your Kindle. All in all, another great read from this author.