The second novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. A demon-riding vampire has gone on a killing spree unlike any the Tri- Cities has ever seen-and the undead and werewolves sent to stop him haven't returned. A coyote is no match for a demon, but shapeshifting mechanic Mercy Thompson... show more
The second novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series. A demon-riding vampire has gone on a killing spree unlike any the Tri- Cities has ever seen-and the undead and werewolves sent to stop him haven't returned. A coyote is no match for a demon, but shapeshifting mechanic Mercy Thompson is immune to many vampiric powers-and those are her friends who are missing, including the two werewolves circling around her heart. Game on...
Publish date: January 4th 2011
Publisher: Ace Books
Pages no: 342
Edition language: English
Series: Mercy Thompson (#2)
Title: Blood Bound Series: Mercy Thompson #2 Author: Patricia Briggs (Narrator: Lorelei King) Genre: Paranormal Romance - Urban Fantasy Publisher: Penguin Audio Release Date: October 01, 2009 Format: Audiobook Pages: 10 hours 2 minutes Source: Bought Under the rule of science, there are no witch...
I started this series quite a while ago and tossed it aside because I just couldn't get into it. This time I listened to it in audiobook format and loved it so much I listened to them in sequence. I enjoyed every moment of it.
I was initially going to read this for the demons square for Halloween bingo, however, it includes werewolves and I decided, two birds, one stone. If you have been following my reviews you know that I devour the Patricia Briggs Mercy Thompson books. I have all of the books either via ebook or o...
I enjoyed the Audiobook for Blood Bound. I've previous read this story and own the eBook. I liked it all over again. Full review to come
I love this series pretty hard. Mercy is such a great combination of strength, courage, and vulnerability and doesn't let her many suitors get in her way. Yes, she has many suitors it seems. Normally, this would aggravate me. Right now, it feels like it's legitimately explained through the relative ...