It's been almost 2 years since I first read this book and it's still as good second time round. In fact I was amazed at the amount I'd forgotten.
The one part that had stuck in my head was Jaz's first meeting with Cole in the Ladies Room. He really did want to be James Bond.
Re-reading though it really was so clear from the start how deeply Vayl cared about her as well.
I just love the premise of these books, a bodyguard to an Assassin for the CIA - who doesn't really need one as he's a Vampire.
The idea of Vayl waking up on the roof of a toilet paper cabinet, covered by a blue tarpaulin, hidden by paint cans in the basement of a hotel - while Jaz and Bergman wait for him with only torches for light was great. Especially as he did it to make Jaz happy.
Happy days indeed.