Charles's reputation makes him the prime suspect, and the penalty for the crime is execution. Now Anna and Charles must combine their talents to hunt down the real killer - or Charles will take the fall.
©2009 Patricia Briggs; (P)2009 Penguin
Would rather read under a tree on a summer day, than work.
Patricia Briggs does it again with Hunting Ground.
The Charles and Anna story continues
with this latest book.
With the The wolves getting ready to come out to the world, The Marock calls a meeting with all of the alpha from different countries to discuss and offer help. Then all hell breaks out
This is a great second book .
Loving every one of Patricia Briggs Alpha and Omega series - the sci fi - the suspense - the deeply touching romance between the main characters --- and their interaction with the other characters who -- even though they are fictional werefolk are still written so realistically you can hear the voices of people you know responding similarly. My biggest kudos go to them choosing Holter Graham to narrate the story. As someone who listens to a LOT of audiobooks (and having heard some great narrations as well as some TERrible desecration of the written word), I know that Holter Graham is one of The Best!
I absolutely love the Mercy Thompson series and the Alpha and Omega series that compliments. I have listened through several times to both and I fall back in love with hem each time.
Hunting ground is one of my all-time favourite books!
The characters, the exciting and original story, the romance, the smart dialog, Charles....
Everyone between Anna and Charles.
A must see film for all romantic fantasy lovers!
Patricia Briggs is the best!
I jumped into this story having just finished listening to the novella to this series. Perhaps it is my ear, but Bran's voice in the novella now sounds like Charles' voice in Hunting Ground and vice versa. Mr Graham???
Absolutely, I recommend this. It's a great story and a well-done narration.
All of it.
Set a few weeks after "Cry Wolf". Charles Cornick and his father Bran, the Marrok, are at odds over Bran's plan to attend a conference with the European werewolves to discuss the Marrok's plan to take the werewolves public. So, instead, it is Charles and his new mate Anna who will attend. But while out shopping with two members of the host-pack, Anna is nearly kidnapped by a group of vampires. Did the vampires want Anna for themselves? Were they working on behalf of someone else? Who--or what--is threatening the werewolves?
He does a good job with character voices. Reading is clear and easy to understand.
It's a book I enjoy, but a bit too long to listen to in a single go. It did get me through multiple workouts at the gym.
Loved it. I really like the characters, Anna and Charles. It's been interesting to hear how their relationship is growimg. would definitely recommend this book to others.
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