Night Broken by Patricia Briggs
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Upgrading this to ★★★★★, because I thouroughly enjoyed it. Well, ok, minus all the drama with Christy and the general bitchiness of the female werewolves. That almost makes it worth knocking off that fifth star again.
This one and the one with the River God are probably my favourite Mercy books. Because it‘s not just the same old fae, vampires, more fae, another vampire…, but a truly different and more interesting creature.
Reading order and progress of my chronological Mercyverse re-read:(view spoiler)
– Next: Fire Touched, ★★★★★, Mercy #9
– Next: Silence Fallen, ★★★★★, Mercy #10
– Next: Burn Bright, ★★★★☆, Alpha & Omega #5
– Next: Storm Cursed, ★★★★★, Mercy #11
– Next: Smoke Bitten, pub date March 2020, Mercy #12
Complete time-line for the “Mercyverse”, including the short stories:
First read in 2015: ★★★★☆
I liked it. I am not ecstatic about it, but it was yet another solid read. Although it has been two years since I read Frost Burned, I had no problems getting back into Mercy Thompson’s world. Her stories were more fun, before she married Adam. Although he is obviously a very dishy character. I also like Jesse, Tad and Warren a lot. Good fights, good story, some nice character additions. The ending made me want to pick up the next book straight away. So now, a long wait ahead of me…