REVIEW FOR PATRICIA BRIGGS “FROST BURNED”

Product DetailsIf you have ever read any of PATRICIA BRIGGS -MERCY THOMPSON SERIES, you know you are if for one roller coaster ride. This is book 7 in the series, the book starts up after Thanksgiving during the black Friday shopping frenzy.  Mercy is mated to Adam Hauptman of the local werewolf pack.  Jesse (Adams daughter) and Mercy go shopping during black Friday, they are in a fender bender when Jesse asks Mercy when she plans to have a baby with her dad.

When Mercy tries to call Adam she receives no answer.  When she calls the others of the pack, no one answers at the house. They have all been abducted.  When she tries to contact Adam through their mate bond, all she gets is that he is angry and in pain. Mercy fears that the packs and Adams abduction has something to do with their political battle for acceptance.

She knows she is out classed on her own, so she is forced to seek assistance from any ally she can get.

One part of this book that I think is cool is that Mercy is able to pull the silver that is poisoning him and the pack through their mate bond.  The silver doesn’t poison her, because she is able to turn into a coyote at will. This book delivers nonstop action from the first page to the last.

I give this book a 5/5stars. I recommend this book to anyone who would like a good read. If you have not read this series this is the reading order for the books:

  1. Frost Burned (Mercy Thompson, Book 7)
  2. NIGHT BROKEN (MARCH 4, 2014)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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