Mark tries to pay Bo and Tamsin to figure out who keeps trying to kill him. But all he has to offer is a watch. As Bo says, they’ve worked for less. Her sense of charity runs thin, however, when she realizes that Mark has robbed them.
As Mark decides to help Bo heal in the way only Bo can, the hunter turns up and starts causing a good deal of trouble. As expected, Bo handles it with her signature brand of ass-kicking and the hunter becomes the hunted and ends up in captivity.
It turns out that the hunter is trying to avenge his family: Mark and all of his kind killed his wife and daughter. When Bo asks him to tell her the truth, she realizes he’s telling the truth. But of course, Mark denies the whole thing.
Bo sort of can’t help herself, she sleeps with Mark and finds it all very restorative until she realizes that he has, for the third time now, stolen some of her stuff and made off into the night. He’s handsome AND wily, that kid.