I love books and love to get lost in the fantasy. I'm always looking for a new good story to bury myself in. :)
I started reading this series when there were already a few books out. I'll just say it's a good first book in the series. I enjoyed it completely except a couple times when I wish I could kick some of the male characters in the butt for being pains! Mercy showed them though and saved the day. I'd give this one 2 thumbs up.
I Love a great supernatural tale, a Love story, PNR, a Cool Mystery and Most Sci-Fi....if there are vampires, weres or witches in it, that's a plus! Basically I am a 40+ y/o young at heart woman rediscovering the wonderful world of books and am now addicted! Lol I LOVE AUDIBLE!!!!!
yes!! it was excellent from start to finish, Mercy is a great MC and I am excited to read the next in the series!!
The care and feeding of stray vampires by Molly Harper...similar vibe, kinda funny...and utterly entertaining!!
No, but I will soon!!
How caring Mercy is to Adam when he is so hurt....she knew she could have been in danger, but she still did what she had to do!!
Great book, and a new series for me to enjoy....I am a happy girl!!
I loved this book. I read it a hundred times before I got the audio, and at first I was a little skeptical of Lorelei King's voice, it was deeper than I had thought. However, it wasn't long before I started associated her voice with this series and now couldn't imagine anyone better suited!
I didn't really love anything about it, it was an interesting story and good narrator, but not really my style
Probably the shifting and the daughter rescue
No, but I like her voice, I think she does a good job
I have no idea, Hey the Moon Called and I didn't want to answer?????
I've had this book for over a year without bothering to listen to it. I'm not even sure why I had bought it in the first place.
Then, my husband and I went on a road trip last week and we forgot to bring something to listen to so we were "stuck" with whatever was on my phone. The characters are very likeable and the story is entertaining and unpredictable. The plot was just a little confusing at some points but not overly so. If I were to sum up the book in a few words I would say that it's a fun read.
We both enjoyed the story so much that we had to download the next book in the series for the trip home.
I love Patricia Briggs but Lorelei Kings reading leaves something to be desired.
Discovery of Witches, Cry Wolf, & Southern Vampire Mysteries.
Well crafted story. Amazing series.
I've always liked to read. But I've become addicted to Audible and average 5 or 6 books a week. But everybody has at least one vice right?
I would recommend this book to a friend and have. Mercy Thompson is a shapeshifter. A coyote living among wolves....and other things. She's smart, funny, loyal and strong. The kind of friend you want to have. I've read every book so far in this series and I like how characters knit themselves together as a family as time goes on. Well worth the read.
There are many parts of this book I enjoyed. But I thought the junk car she puts in her back yard in full view of her neighbors bedroom window view was pretty funny. He's pretty stiff and formal compared to Mercys more relaxed view of the world. I think she is just what the Dr ordered.
I love the vision she paints of the wolf pack. Not the traditional werewolf story. But real people who also happen to be wolves. Great series. You should read them all excluding the Alpha and Omega series that spins off of this one.
I haven't read the book so I can not ompare but if the book read is anything like the audio it's probably great.
How they intertwined this book with her other book Alpha and Omega Series.
My favorite scene was when she returned to the the wolf pack that raised her to resolved the issue as to why she left.
This book kept me wanting not to stop listening. I wanted to just listen all the way through til the end.
This book is a great read and I would recommend it to everyone.
The story seemed unimaginitive--the themes tired and used. I felt no understanding or connection to any of the characters, so in the end I didn't really care if they all lived or died. I listened to the end hoping to find a sliver of excitement, hoping that my patient listening would reveal why this title has such a high rating. Unfortunately the Hardy Boys type ending does nothing to make me want to buy the next book in the series.
The fight between Adam and his unknown assailants was particularly entertaining.
The whole sidestory with Tony and his two friends was entirely irrelevant to the book.
It is kind of refreshing to have the main character not be a vampire or werewolf. I think I picked this book up on sale as I normally am not a big fan stories with a lot of were in them, but the world itself made up for things and I would definitely give it another whirl.
Magic is out of the bag in this world. Some parts of the magical world are out in the open (even to the point that the US Government, in a case of not learning from the past, has created reservations for them) while most of the supernatural world is still in the closet. Mercy is one of the closeted ones, sitting in almost her own category, a "Walker" who is able to turn into a coyote. Her history of being adopted by a werewolf pack due in part to the similarity of her ability makes her an expert on werewolves, but still an outsider.
Mercy runs an auto repair shop in Washington state. With clients who include a vampire, former bosses who are gremlins and the Alpha of a werewolf clan living right next to her. While raised in a werewolf pack, she has nothing to do with them until events drag her deep into pack business. All because of the act of kindness of taking in a young, newly turned and unaffiliated werewolf boy who she meets through her shop.
Well scripted actions scenes, a very well thought out world and interesting characters made this a fortuitous accidental buy.