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review 2017-12-01 02:03
great book and great characters
Lure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack) - Suzanne Wright

Gwen crept closer to her home  and saw all three males -who were nineteen- who hadn’t got the message to stay away from her home. The males had spray paint with them and apparently were going to make a mess of her truck if not the house which was also a B&B. Brandt was the ringleader of the trio who said she could make all the harassment stop if she changed her statement. Gwen had seen Brendt beat a drugged female shifter -Andie- with a metal pole as his buddies cheered him on and even kicked Andie when she was down months ago. Gwen had found them at the border of her family’s land. Gwen had shot at them several times before they finally ran off. Then she had taken the drugged and shaken Andie to her home. Gwen called the sheriff but it hadn’t done any good  as the boys weren’t arrested and were only questioned for about an hour then released. The sheriff was tight with Brandt’s father Ezra  who was socially influential. Neither thought Andie deserved any rights as she was a shifter. Even though Gwen was human she didn’t believe that was right. Andie reported the incident to the shifter council which could punish humans who committed crimes against shifters if human law enforcement didn’t. So Brendt would have to stand before the council and he didn’t want that. So the boys harassed Gwen trying to get her to change her statement like Andie had as they had frightened her to death. But Gwen stood firm. Gwen didn’t back down from anyone. The council didn’t care once an incident had been reported, the council always  investigated it.  Then the boys saw Gwen’s foster uncle Donnie with his shotgun aimed at them and ready to shoot and they then decided to leave. Donnie was ex military and the ultimate conspiracy theorist. He was also a little unstable and often disappeared in the woods for days at a time. Donnie felt more at ease outside surrounded by nature. LOcals thought Donnie was eccentric when actually he was extremely intelligent and a strategic mastermind. Donnie had trained Gwen to defend herself , he had also trained Gwen how to use many of the weapons he had stashed at different places. Marlon was Gwen’s foster brother and she had a foster sister named Julie. Zander and Bracken were enforcers, Eli was the head enforcer.  Nick was their alpha and Shaya was Nick’s mate and they were in the Mercury pack. Zander;s uncle had died and he had to go to the lawyer's office for the reading of the will. Brecken was going with Zander.Zander didn’t need or want comfort He didn’t seem to grieve the way others did. He hadn’t cried when his parents died though they had cast him off years ago and favored Rory who was Zander’s identical twin. But Rory had never been a true brother to Zander. Rory was smart and a computer analyst.  Winning was the most important thing to Rory. Zander wasn’t looking forward to spending the weekend around humans. Gwen had come to live with the Millers as a foster child when she was eight. For some going into foster care was a nightmare but for Gwen it was a blessing. Zander had booked two days in Gwen’s family’s B&B. His voice had done funny things to Gwen. Gwen had always been intrigued by shifters and the dynamics of packs, prides, flocks, etc and also shifting into animals had to be cool. She envied that. Zander’s wolf was like him- hard, shrewd, and distrustful. They were also never rattled by anything. But there was something about Gwen that made his wolf very cautious. The beast feared nothing yet he backed away from Gwen. The wolf watched Gwen carefully, he was still and quiet. It wasn’t that the wolf didn’t like Gwen as he found her voice soothing and and he liked her scent. As a rule Zander was good at reading and predicting people. But he couldn’t quite grasp what was troubling his wolf about Gwen.

I absolutely loved this book. I found nothing to complain about. I loved how Gwen was determined to stick up for Andie even though she was being harassed and threatened. I absolutely loved Zander and Gwen together. I loved how they were both wounded  who help both help people at a distance. I loved how Zander’s pack really came to care about Gwen. I didn’t like Corey at all but I don’t believe we were suppose to he is just a complete immature egotistical butt.  There was: family drama, shifters, prejudice action, drama, suspense, intrigue, danger, romance and so much more. This was an enjoyable fun read. I smiled at times but also choked up at times while reading this book. Once I started reading this my attention stayed all through this book from beginning to end. I didn’t want to put this down. I loved the characters and the ins and outs of this story and I highly recommend.

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review 2017-11-21 10:00
Release Day Review! Lure of Oblivion (The Mercury Pack #3) by Suzanne Wright
Lure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack) - Suzanne Wright



Gwen Miller may be a human, but she has no problem taking a stand against her own kind. She’s going to testify against the teenage boy she saw viciously assault a lone shifter female—and no amount of pressure from the boy’s wealthy family will make her back down. But when the harassment turns violent, help comes in the form of a lean, toned wolf with winter-gray eyes.

As a guest at Gwen’s inn, shifter enforcer Zander Devlin can’t help but notice that the fierce and leggy brunette is in serious trouble. Since she’s putting herself at risk for one of his kind, keeping her safe is the least he can do. That’s not the only reason Zander wants her close. He desires her, even as the wolf inside him backs away from her. But his feral instincts are hard to keep down, and as they take shape, they’re harder for Gwen to resist. Then again, embracing them could be the only thing that could save her life.



The Mercury Pack is back in a fast paced thrilling romance that kept me enthralled from beginning to end. Gwen and Zander are two wonderful characters that reached out and stole my heart with their vulnerable but fierce personalities. They both had tough exteriors that hid their tormented past and readers can certainly understand their views on life and empathize with the way they protected themselves. Gwen may be a human heroine but she has a loyal strong heart and attitude and she fits right in with both the Mercury Pack and the Phoenix Pack.


These characters easily captivate readers and ensure that they have to know the whole story, while the suspense builds throughout the story with lots of thrilling action and danger. The bad guys may be a bit typical with their hatred of anything or anyone different but they grab reader’s attention and hold tight because the reader wants to know what they will do next.  


I look forward to each and every visit to either the Mercury or Phoenix Packs, because Suzanne Wright brings the characters and the world to brilliant life with well written words that ensure I get caught up in what’s happening and fall in love with the characters and my visit to packs was just as exciting this time as ever and I can’t wait to visit them again unfortunately it looks like I will be waiting impatiently until summer 2018 for my next visit, but I am sure I will quite satisfied with that visit as well.  





Lure of Oblivion is the 3rd book in The Mercury Pack series which is interconnected to The Phoenix Pack series.


Lure of Oblivion is available in print or ebook at:

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Suzanne Wright can be found at:

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text 2017-08-14 16:01
Beautiful Illusions (Beautiful Oblivion Book 2) by Addison Moore Free!
Beautiful Illusions (Beautiful Oblivion Book 2) - Addison Moore

Sometimes the past comes back to haunt you—in the most heartbreakingly beautiful way. Gavin’s story. I fell in love hard and fast. As quick as she came into my world she was gone. Demi said she has secrets—that she’s done horrible things. Who hasn’t? I’m not going to let the past determine our future. Sometimes love lays forever at your feet and sometimes you need to fight for it. Demi is worth every damn battle we’ll have to go through. I’d take on the world just to keep her safe. And, knowing what I do about her, I just might have to. All I need with Demi is one more night to convince her we’re worth it. And that one night is going to cost me everything.

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review 2017-06-28 21:32
Adult Reading
Triple Trouble (Found in Oblivion Book 2) - Cari Quinn,Taryn Elliott

Triple Trouble by Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott is a great read.  This is however, a menage story with explicit sex scenes, so it may not be for everyone.  This is a well-written book loaded with fantastic characters.  Randy, Juliet and Tristan's story is loaded with drama, humor and sizzle.  I enjoyed reading Triple Trouble and look forward to reading more from Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliott in the future.  Triple Trouble is book 2 of the Found In Oblivion Series but can be read as a standalone.  This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger.

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review 2017-05-14 21:44
Another hit in a great series
Lost Lyric (Found in Oblivion Book 4) - ... Lost Lyric (Found in Oblivion Book 4) - Cari Quinn,Taryn Elliott

My favorite trope is friends before lover and Cari Quinn and Taryn Elliot with this edition of found in oblivion was one of the best. Ryan and Denver are great together. Having them lean on each other and their friendship is great. Can they help each other through their pasts and issues. These two together is great one of my favorite couples in this series. I also love the fact in this series you get to see all of the people in the band and here from the significant others. You get to keep up with the whole lot of them. Can't wait for the rest of the band to pair up and more books by this pair of wonderful authors.

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