Shapeshifter Mercy Thompson's life is calming down, at least enough that she can focus on mundane matters like Black Friday sales. But on her return, Mercy is unable to contact her mate, Alpha Adam Hauptman, or the other members of their pack. All she knows is that Adam is angry and in pain. With... show more
Shapeshifter Mercy Thompson's life is calming down, at least enough that she can focus on mundane matters like Black Friday sales. But on her return, Mercy is unable to contact her mate, Alpha Adam Hauptman, or the other members of their pack. All she knows is that Adam is angry and in pain. With the werewolves fighting a political battle to gain acceptance from the public, Mercy fears Adam's disappearance may be related - and that he and the pack are in serious danger. Outclassed and on her own, Mercy may be forced to seek assistance from the most unlikely of allies: the vampire seethe.
Publish date: March 5th 2013
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
Series: Mercy Thompson (#7)
Is the correct term for the abduction of shapeshifters werenapping?Our favourite coyote is back, the rest of her pack less so. Some mad fool has decided to abduct Adam and the rest of the Tri-Cities werewolves. They also come after Mercy and all of her friends. That's one way to invite yourself to b...
Pretty near everything I hoped for and waited for all those months. It is so wonderful when a book is what you hoped. Adam and Mercy and the whole cast were fantastic. As before, I just love spending time with them, but the plot and action here was engaging and well-paced, though at times I had trou...
Taste in books is individual and I don't like choosing favorites, but Patricia Briggs is likely my favorite "Urban Fantasy" author. Frost Burned is #6 (of #9) in the Mercy Thompson Series. Long series are a challenge. Authors often improve as they write more, and character develop and become o...
To be perfectly honest, there are not that many urban fantasy series that I am still reading - I went through a phase a while back of starting a number of them and the vast majority have fallen by the metaphorical wayside for a variety of reasons, usually having to do with how TSTL (too stupid to li...
The continuation of Patricia Brigg's Mercedes Thompson series is just as fun-tastic as the rest of the series. Mercy and her band of supernatural family members and friends just can't seem to live the peaceful life that they long for. Mercy's Thanksgiving starts out nicely and then she decides...