Sequel to A Net of Dawn and Bones. Spoilers ahead for that.
It opens with a briefing at the police station. Of banes and other tools against werewolves and vampires and other creatures, and Myrrh gets accused of hate speech. Followed by a lawyer arriving in pursuit of Aidan.
And then by problems with the FBI, a man who appeared in the bank when he wasn't there, dangerous deer, a criminal who, they deduce, is being targeted who needs to be warned, a girl who insists on a nickname because of what happened to her sister, tonics, waterproof paper, a drinking contest, a Halloween party, and much more.
Broadening the character base has made the world-building a little less consistent, with cross-over cosmology elements that aren't quite integrated.