I really enjoyed the second installment in the Charley Davidson series. I didn't love it quite as much as the first book in the series, but I think that was because there were less laugh out loud moments in this one.
I liked the central mystery again (for awhile I was worried there was a Body Heat thing going on, but I was thankfully wrong!) and the continuing relationship of the secondary characters with Charley. There's more backstory to Reyes life, but also more angst with him and Charley, but not in a way to make it seem like a feeble attempt to create tension. I'm very interested to see where it all goes in the third book.