I read this book in exchange for an honest review, so here goes.
If I'm honest, I would have bought this book anyway, because I love me a rocker romance, but this was an added bonus. I have read thee the rest of the books in the series and so obviously I knew that Faith and Damon were going to end up together, but it still made me happy. Given that it is a series I think that this can be read as a standalone if you havent read the rest of the series, but lets be honest, if you enjoy this book, going back and reading the rest of the series and then the corssover Feral Silence won't exactly be a hardship.
Damon and Faith have the antagonistioc relationship thing happening from the start of the book, and I for one enjoyed it. Aside from the fact that their twins are dating each other they don't appear to have a whole lot in common on the surface. (Also I find the twin thing slightly weird, if I think about it too long, but really, I don't read these things for real life, so on with the story) Underneath this you tend to find that the slightly left of centre Rocker and the very straight laced events planner have more in common that initially thought. They seems to have similar personality types and morals, which makes me happy - though Damon is a fan of the expression, its better to ask forgiveness than permission.
I highly reccommend, not only this book, but the whole series, when you want to be taken out of normal life for a few hours.