I liked all aspects of this book: the paranormal aspect, the legal thriller aspect, and the thoughts of equal rights. The courtroom scenes in the book were great, exciting reading.
My only complaint is how lightly the author skimmed over the relationship between Hunter and Kirsten. It was too brief, and what should have been a bit more of an emotional conversation between the two was just missing. This is probably the "girl" in me; you know how we like to delve into feelings.
Finally, I am a fan of books (and movies for that matter) not ending with everything going perfectly, or with a tidy bow to wrap things up. Life is not like that. This is another reason I enjoyed the book.
Looking forward to reading the next in the series.