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  • a tense, gritty, awesome installment

    Four and a half stars. The FBI visit Anna Cornick to warn her that a small settlement of off-gridders (did I make that up) have been living on land registered to Leah Cornick (Bran's mate) and have disappeared off the face of the earth. Leah owns that land for a terrible reason, one bound up in the story of how Bran came to turn her into a werewolf and mate her, the reason for the strained relationship between the Alpha and his mate. Bran sends Anna, Charles and Tag to investigate, what they find is an ancient power, using music to lure and seduce its followers. I think it says something that I read this on my iPad because the ARC I received was incapable of being read on anything other than the NetGalley Shelf app on my iPad and yet I still stayed awake until 3am to finish this book. And I will spend another day in a wrist splint to alleviate the pain of holding a heavy iPad for hours on end. I have always loved Anna and Charles, their stories have generally felt less dense and more accessible than Mercy's (by which I mean that sometimes I get confused by the fae and Coyote and stuff like that in the Mercy books and don't fully understand what is going on - not that the writing is in any way difficult to read). Also their ongoing love story and Anna's importance to Bran's pack of misfits has always sparked deep joy. On a less personal note, I don't want to spoil anything but OMG the 'monsters' in this book are epic. The tension builds up and up and up, hence the 3am finish, there's an awesome battle and some absolutely tantalising nuggets in the epilogue. Love, love, loved it! I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • Patricia Briggs Brilliance

    So so good, didn’t want it to end...and so begins the wait for the next one, so many questions to be answered. Loved loved loved it!!! 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

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  • Wow!

    Amazing had me on edge the whole time and to end it like that! Wow I can’t wait to see what comes next!! Thank you!!

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  • Leahs story

    Well written and it's time leahs story was told. Can't wait for the next book.

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