Got to admit when it finally became Bracken's time for his book I was a bit...meh! He didn't really excite me, say as much as Dominic does, but boy was I (happily) wrong! It was almost like a completely different man from his previous mentions and of course after what he went through, also totally understandable! Who knew he had this totally hot, kick a$$ side to him, where people feared him...WOW just WOW!!! This author is amazing and I shouldn't have doubted her ability to pull me in with her amazing characters, with so many surprise elements that it makes me inhale all of her Mercury Pack and Phoenix Pack books, I can't get enough and am so sad that there isn't many more characters left to get a book. I loved Madisyn for Bracken, god were they prefect for each other, they both had some wall's they needed to knock down for things to snap together but what an amazing journey they took. Madisyn is a Pallas Cat (and after some google searching to see what she actually looks like), who is so adorable its easy to be mislead about how fierce she really is, I love that and you can see those traits in her human form as well. I did feel like it ended quickly but we got to see all the previously mentioned characters so I was happy! Overall another amazing addition to this series! Bring on the next one please.
Going into Echoes of Fire, the only thing I knew about this book was that it was on the Mercury Pack, and it featured Bracken. I love Suzanne Wrights Mercury and Phoenix pack series, and I try and dodge all teasers/potential spoilers until release day and I have that book downloaded and ready to go.
I was SO HAPPY when I started reading and realised the main female was Madisyn, a loner shifter that is besties with Makenna from Savage Urges ( book 5 Phoenix pack ). I love Madisyn - she is so fierce, strong, and absolutely brutal in a fight - her breed of shifter finally comes out in this book, and she's so cute in a very deadly way in her animal form. Madisyn las learnt not to rely on anyone, and the thought of living in a pack takes some time for her to wrap her head around.
Bracken is struggling with life in the pack after what happened to his family. He doesn't know what to do with himself and what direction his life should take next, but that all changes after he realises what Madisyn is to him. Both Bracken and Madisyn are really dominant, so it is fun seeing how Bracken deals with someone not willing to do whatever he wants, and he has zero luck bossing her around. Great addition to the series, looking forward to listening to the audible version now.
The fourth book in the Mercury Pack series is a thrilling read that draws readers in and refuses to let go. Madisyn and Bracken are strong, bold characters that really stand out and grab attention and the chemistry that burns between is electrical. The relationship between is rocky from start to finish and quite entertaining as they struggle through it. Readers can’t help but get caught up in all the upheaval that occurs emotionally between Madisyn and Bracken as readers can easily understand their motivations which it makes it difficult to open their hearts. The couple exchange some witty dialogue, some feisty debates, some sweet heart moments and lots of sizzling attraction and red hot passion during their journey to reach their happily ever after.
But the tangled emotions of this relationship is not the only thing that makes it interesting, threats from their past add thrilling danger, intriguing suspense and adrenaline pumping excitement. The plot is fast paced and flows smoothly which along with the author’s ability to bring stories to vivid life, makes it easy for readers to become so caught up in the story that they lose track of time. The character interactions of this series and The Phoenix Pack series are one of family, loyalty, understanding and the struggle to survive and fit in which makes it easy for readers to connect with the them and also invites readers into their lives, so readers really can’t get enough of this fascinating world.
This series is one of the best out there and I wasn't disappointed with this latest edition to the mercury pack
Madisyn Drake is a pallas cat shifter and she has made it her life job to help lone shifters find new homes. Backen Slater is a wolf shifter and member of The Mercury Pack he made a name for himself when he took out every extremist involved in the killing of his family They have known one another for years are attracted but have never made a move on it. When Madisyn is threatened after hiding a bear shifter called Daisy then Bracken's wolf jumps to attention to protect. Both of these shifters have issues he is still damaged by the loss of his family she is a natural loner but with a little bit of give and take and a whole lot of love these mates will learn to be a pair
I was given a copy of this book but this is true and honest review
Another great addition to the Mercury Pack series, I loved this book. Bracken is feeling broken and guilty after the deaths of his family, survivors guilt is eating at him. Madisyn is a loner who struggles to let anyone in. It sounds like. Disastrous match but they compliment each other so well. Packed full of all the over possessive, protective, jealous alphaness I love, it was one of my favourite books of all the Phoenix and Mercury Pack books so far. I want more!
Once again season right has delivered just what everyone needs. I love everything about these characters and uniqueness of the stories that each one had. I enjoyed the introduction of a new shifter species and how the h was easily accepted into the pack. The H went through a horrible trauma and the author addresses several issues that impacted after. The H and H were strong characters individually but strengthened one another together. Overall a great read which I would recommend to others.
A good read. Not as great as some of the others in the series for me, but still a good read. I liked how the hero and heroine managed to compromise for each other despite their strong personalities. I liked the animal the the heroine turned into - that was a cool little aspect of the story. Love a kickass heroine.