SILVER BORNE by Patrica Briggs
About SILVER BORNE (taken from goodreads.com)
Being a mechanic is hard work. Mercy Thompson, for instance, just spent the last couple of months trying to evade the murderous queen of the local vampire seethe. And now the leader of the werewolf pack, who’s maybe-more-than-just-a-friend, has asked for her help. A book of fae secrets has come to light and they’re all about to find out how implacable – and dangerous – the fae can be.
OK, so maybe her troubles have nothing to do with the job. But she sure could use a holiday.
Review of SILVER BORNE
Once again, Patricia Briggs entertains us with an amazing book. These reviews are starting to get repetitive I think. She can’t write a bad book!
The characters. I don’t even know what to say about them. You’d have to read these books to get a complete understanding of my love. The character development in this book is really nice. I like that we see a little bit into Samuel’s mind and what’s going on there. He hasn’t been around as much since Mercy choose Adam. It’s unfortunate because I really enjoy him. No worries though, we saw lots of him in this book. I also loved that we saw more of Mercy and Adam’s relationship and just how much Adam cares for her. Mercy grew a HUGE amount in this book. She finally accepts the pack and starts to become a part of it but she still stays the same old Mercy. I can’t get enough of her.
The plot is fantastic as always. I LOVED that we got to see more wolf politics and how the pack works. That’s probably one of my favorite things about this book. There’s not really anything else I can say. There was nothing bad about this book in my opinion except that it ended. You’ll have to read it for yourself!
5 out of 5
“Why is it that all cars are women?” he asked. “Because they’re fussy and demanding,” answered Zee.
“Because if they were men, they’d sit around and complain instead of getting the job done,” I told him.”