Wednesday, May 31, 2017

Review: Frost Burned

Title Frost Burned (Mercy Thompson #7)
By Patricia Briggs
Genre Adult Urban Fantasy
Rating ⭐️⭐️⭐️

When Mercy's husband Adam and his whole pack gets abducted she'll have to step up and use her standing as his mate to bring him home and find who's behind his kidnapping.

First Sentence
"You should have brought the van," said my step daughter.

Remember a few days ago when I reviewed Homecoming, a graphic novel based on this series? Well this is one of the actual novels in the series. Number 7 to be exact. I'm trying to catch up. There's 10 books in the series so far.

If I haven't said much about this series you need to know a few things. Things that encompass my love for the whole series can also be said of what I loved about this book in particular.

I love the characters. Besides Adam, Mercy's husband, I adore all the characters in this world. Mercy is smart and independent. Why she chose Adam, I'll never know, but whatever. Even the characters you hate you love to hate. The world is so fun too!

I've been reading this series since 2009. I'll read one and then go for sometime before I pick up the next but every time I do pick up one of these books I'm easily brought right back into the story and knew exactly what's going on. The author does a great job of reminding you what's happening without bogging down the story. I love it!

Should You Read It
Yes, but hopefully you read all the books in the series!


  1. It says a lot that you keep coming back to this series.

  2. I need to give this series a go at some point. *Sigh* So many books, so little time ...

  3. I've only read a couple of these books and not sure why I stopped. Need to pick them back up, as I love shape shifters!

  4. This is one of my favorite series. (And one of the few series where I actually own all the books.) And it's because of Mercy. She's the greatest character! :)

    1. She is great. She's why I keep reading...her and Ben and Stephen.

  5. That's nice that you can go a while in between books and still immerse yourself each time you pick up a new one. I'd love to read this series. Someday.