(Copied from the Book of the Month discussion at MMR)
I have a little different view of Colton. I think he thought he wanted to die but he was really looking for a way out. He could have died an honorable death at the hands of a werewolf any time simply by not fighting quite as hard. Also, he "jokingly" asks Killian if he can help him find another solution very early on - after the first night if I recall.
I enjoyed Killian's humor quite a bit. There was a bit too much sex for me, but it did add to the story and the characterization, so it was worthwhile. The story was exciting, but maybe a bit sketchy and not well thought out in places. It seems unlikely that
for example. And the plan of killing Colton by sending him out hunting way too often wasn't very clever. He could have been a little more careful in his hunts, and/or just not come home until he was rested up. I wasn't clear on why Killian was able to(show spoiler)
So, IMO this story was best in its characterization and story ideas, and weakest in story details.