Razor's Edge - Jayne Rylon I did this a lot backwards, since I started with [b:Mistress's Master|11768372|Mistress's Master (Men in Blue,# 3)|Jayne Rylon|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1312400500s/11768372.jpg|16719557] and then read [b:Night is Darkest|7278266|Night is Darkest (Men in Blue, #1)|Jayne Rylon|http://d.gr-assets.com/books/1262056135s/7278266.jpg|8449824] after this one. I definitely would have enjoyed these books a lot more reading them in sequence since they all set up the future book. Now I LOVED the other 2 books in this series, but I just didn't enjoy Razor's Edge as much. It is more vanilla out of the 3 books. I wasn't really feeling Isabella either. It wasn't anything specific about the book that I disliked, but I think compared to the other 2 books in the series it was just more toned down and just not as good.