I'm a huge fan of Patricia's Mercy, and Alpha/Omega Works. This is an exciting find on Audible, literally her first work ever. Read well, and I'm looking forward to part II of the series. This work definitely could stand alone with no sequel at all.
The narrator's voice is so irritating, I erased the book before hearing the first chapter.
Not necessarily. The narrator took a little getting used to, but overall did a good job.
Wolf, gotta love a mysterious magician / shape shifter...
The storyline was intriguing and captured my attention. Completely different from the Mercy Thompson series but I liked it.
The introduction by the author warns that this is a very early work and the style is indicative of her comments. It is interesting to hear the style from where she began to further appreciate her growth as a story teller.
As a Patricia Briggs fan I enjoyed this book but you can tell that it was her first even with the editing she has done.
Do I recommend it? Of course, Patricia Briggs is awesome.
Yes, it is fun and kept me listening when I should have been sleeping. Read her other series and was glad to find this one.
Saving the wolf from the pit!
Not a "serious" read, but more a fun one. Quirky characters and sly humor!
More than anything else in this book, the love story stands out. Its not romantic or erotic, its two friends who spend years together, slowly building a close friendship that turns into love. Its a beautiful, realistic portrayal of a love that will last a lifetime. No "love at first site" crap that is so common in literature.
The rest of the story is also good, though a bit predictable. The villain in the story felt a little cartoonish.
The author starts with a brief background about the book. I think she's too hard on herself. I found the story entertaining and one that I will go back to periodically since I really enjoyed it. The characters are interesting, the mystery keeps one's attention and the unlikely romance fits the story. Good listen/read.
Love Patricia Briggs but this was a little hard to follow. I found myself replaying several chapters but it's worth the trouble.
The charters were different and enjoyable.