Alright, I read the first one 'Lucinda, Darkly' and was moderately pleased and interested in reading the next. Unfortunately I have come to find the same problems with Sunny as I have with many other writers at the moment- one "flawless" female and an abundance of potentially interesting male characters, all of which seem to either hate or love her, but can seem to agree that they all desire to screw her. In this book she brings in another female character who is, basically, a "human" blind version of her first character. And unfortunately, whatever potential the male characters have of being interesting, never develops since they are always being shuffled in and out of the story depending on the whims of that first female.
It's ridiculous, predictable, and boring. Yes, boring. Bloodshed and sex, the things that should have made for a fabulous read, but without passion.
The characters feel hollow, the story is a meandering slapped together event, the sex is random (because with Sunny, sex is the answer to everything) and dull. Dull sex. How dismal is that?
Though, I suppose if you're reading this review you've already read the first novel and thus will probably not be swayed from the second. If you do, and you happen to find yourself disappointed, you're not alone.