Dru is now at a Schola (kind of a school for vampires and werwulfs) learning the official curriculum on the species and trying to relax, which is kind of hard when a possible traitor is visiting you on the sly, and someone you previously thought was your enemy is trying to save your life. Oh, and you're the only girl in a school full of really hot guys. First world problems, man.More details about Dru's past is revealed in this book, not much at all, Lili St. Crow is really stretching our patience on that matter. Tiny glimpses of Dru's past is revealed in bits and pieces through flashbacks, and trust me when I say they are tiny. More insights into her past than anything useful. Oh, and can I say how much I hate that witch (ok, vampire) Anna?The plot isn't too complicated, Dru is just trying to keep her head low and survive; there is a subplot of who's-the-traitor, but the main plotline is just of Dru's daily life and trying to come to terms with the new world she's discovered. Even if she's been aware of the existence of the supernatural, all this is a little new to her and a lot to take in. My main complaint is with the last 1/4 of the book. There's too much going on, too much action, plot lines coming together. I was just confused for most of the book's ending.