In her own way Gin is a very principled person. They may not be the accepted morals of the upright members of society (Or is that uptight? Bye-bye Donovan), but she does have rules that she holds herself to and expects others to hold to also. That's how she lands in a mess in this book. When Gin finds out that her previous actions have caused some dangerous problems for an aquaintance, she immediately steps up and accepts responsibility for fixing the problem. It's inconvenient and will place her in danger, but it's still her fault and she's determined to make things right. Gin's also extremely loyal to those she considers "family". Estep has created and interestingly complex character in Gin.
I'm also excited by the possibilites in Gin's growing relationship with Owen. He accepts her for who she is and seems to be more compatible than Donovan was. I'm looking forward to seeing where things go.
I will definitely be reading the next book in the series.