In Silver Borne, Mercy is dealing with the growing relationship between her and her mate, Adam and the problems that relationship is causing within his pack, but in typical Mercy fashion, she doesn't just have a small helping of trouble on her plate - it's a plate of trouble big enough for a werewolf - and in this case, the added helpings of trouble are the suicidal Samuel and the missing Phin, bookstore owner and part fae who lent Mercy a book about fae and who has now disappeared.
I enjoyed reading about the growth in Mercy's character after a lifetime of independence and the way she copes with a horrifying incident in a previous novel continues to impress me. I love that the character of Mercy continues to grow and evolve in a very real way during the series, and I appreciate that as a reader. I was particularly delighted with everything in this book related to the pack and Adam and her struggles with Samuel. Experiencing Mercy's intelligence and her willingness to open up even more of herself to Adam was fantastic. Hearing her call him her Hero was even better. I can't praise Patricia Briggs and her Mercy Thompson series enough. I just wish the books were a little longer..1 credit on a book that's not even 5 hours long..its over way to soon. Lorelei King does a fanstatic job as the narrator as ususal. Highly recommend.
I enjoyed this book as much as the first of the series. I cant wait for the next one.
Im a fan of this series would like to hear more! Ms King is one of my favorite narrators,Hope to
see all of Patrica Briggs books on audible.
Meghan, the books are read by one person; there is no "male lead" nor a male reading at all in the Mercedes Thompson series. A male actor reads Briggs's other series, Alpha and Omega, but he also does all the parts--even the female ones. I personally think Loralei does an EXCELLENT job of voicing the characters so it's easy to tell who's speaking.