Book Review

Silence Fallen

I’ll start with the same disclaimer I always start with when I review Mercy Thompson books…if you haven’t already read all the previous ones, go do that. You start with Moon Called, and then work your way through. After you’ve finished up to Fire Touched, you can come read this. 🙂 Silence Fallen, the newest… Continue reading Silence Fallen

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Book Review

Fire Touched

As always, if you haven’t read the other Mercy Thompson books, go do so now. Off you go. No spoilers for you. Okay, now that all of us here have read up to Night Broken…what should I say about Fire Touched? Is it another solid addition to a fabulous series that keeps me wanting more… Continue reading Fire Touched

Book Review

Silver Borne

This fifth installment of the Mercy Thompson books is a must-read for Mercy fans—especially those who love Samuel. I’m not saying I wanted Mercy and Sam to be together. Really, I’m not. It’s just that Samuel is so much more interesting than Adam. I’m not really drawn to the tortured, I’m-a-werewolf-therefore-I’m-a-hideous-and-irredeemable-monster type guys. I’d go… Continue reading Silver Borne

Book Review

Bone Crossed

I’ve loved Mercy Thompson since I picked up Moon Called. Blood Bound was fabulous as well, and it made sense after how much I loved Iron Kissed that I would pick up the next book in the series pretty much right away. Bone Crossed is the fourth book, and feels sort of like a bridge.… Continue reading Bone Crossed

Book Review

Iron Kissed

Wow. Just—wow. Moon Called was really good. Blood Bound got my heart racing with the tension and terror and high stakes. Iron Kissed is EVEN BETTER. How often do you get to say that? Some authors really peter out as their trilogies or series continue. It takes real skill to keep your books on an… Continue reading Iron Kissed

Book Review

Blood Bound

If you love Mercy Thompson as much as I do, when you finish reading Moon Called, you’re desperate to know what’s next. I have to admit—I was a little apprehensive about what the situation might be, coming into the second book. It felt like our kickass, independent heroine was giving in to romance a little… Continue reading Blood Bound

Book Review

Moon Called

From the cover art, I wasn’t sure what to expect. Cookie-cutter romance novel, since there’s a woman showing skin on the cover? Fast-paced action with little character development, since it also looked like a genre cover? More in the style of the Anita Blake series, because this is a series too, and has all manner… Continue reading Moon Called