I may have been able to enjoy this book if Ward hasn't been building up Tohr's grief for about 7 books, and a good portion of this one. And also for the fact that the title, especially the "reborn" part, had me hoping, that somehow, his dead wife was coming back. By the time I realised, that that was not going to happen, I felt (I know it's silly) betrayed. And it was not just my prejudice against him, his change of heart did not come naturally enough for me, I would maybe have gone with it if Ward at least explained WHY he liked what's-her-face No'one.
The other story-lines were better, but I'm giving it one star because it disappointed and frustrated me.