BLUF (Bottom Line Up Front) - If you're reading this review and haven't already listened to Moon Called and Blood Bound, stop, go listen to the first two books and then come back. If you have, then be prepared to have you're Fae and Adam or Samuel Questions answered.
Plot - As with the first two books this one does not disappoint. If I wasn't listening to the books back to back, this storyline would not have grabbed me and not let me go. The plot developed slowly but the last 2-3 hours you're not going to want to turn the book off. With Mercy now trying to help out her Fae friends you get immersed in the magic of the "magic" of the Fae and while they still remain mysterious a lot of insight is provided to who they are and how they work. As an added bonus the love triangle between Mercy, Samuel and Adam finally comes to a head! There are some "adult situations" which are explained in a little more detail below for those that might have younger listeners.
Narrator - Though still not my absolute favorite and at least once a book I cringe at a new male voice, Ms. King has quickly moved into my top five favorite narrators and has clinched the top female narrator slot. It doesn't hurt that she's reading great books as well.
Listen Time - 5 Days
SPOILER ALERT - SPOILER ALERT
Without giving away too much of anything that happens at the end I would be remiss if I didn't at least identify that unlike the first two books the end of this book contains two specific incidents that might not be appropriate for younger listeners. To be clear there is nothing explained in graphic detail and the author does a good job of conveying what is happening (as it adds to the storyline) without completely spelling it out for the listener. More specifically there is an incident of oral sex and what equates to rape within the last 90 minutes or so of the end.
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