Echoes of Fire (The Mercury Pack #4) by Suzanne Wright: ARC review

They may not be made for each other, but animal instincts are impossible to ignore.

Madisyn Drake is a rare breed of cat shifter…a loner, unpredictably wild, and emotionally distant. A recent betrayal has left her ready to sharpen her claws on the next man she sees…until a prowling wolf with steel-gray eyes and a brooding dark edge challenges her distrust. No matter how fully he satisfies her touch-hunger, Madisyn’s not ready to open up again, even if it is oh so gratifying.

Bracken Slater has earned his reputation as an indomitable predator. Once broken by grief and guilt, Brack is feeling alive again, thanks to the heady scent of this independent feline. Convincing her that they’re meant for each other is going to take more than branding Madisyn’s beautiful neck. She’s not interested in joining an unfamiliar pack, much less answering to an alpha. But when threats from both their pasts take shape, their unexpected destiny may be the only thing that can save them.

Expected publication: December 11th 2018 by Montlake Romance


my review

Echoes of Fire (Mercury Pack, #4)Echoes of Fire by Suzanne Wright
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

ARC received in exchange for an honest review.

It’s no secret that I’m this author’s fan. I adore her PNR books, from great plots to great characters. It’s a full package. So when I had the chance to get my hands on this book, I was stoked. I knew I was in for a treat. And once I started reading the story, I simply couldn’t put it down. I even believe I finished it in one sitting. And if that doesn’t convince you to read this book, the characters sure will. I adored both main characters and of course also the characters from previous books. There was no unnecessary drama between Madisyn and Bracken. They knew where they stood as individuals and what they had to do to make their relationship work. Both had to overcome their past demons and there were ups and downs, like in any other normal relationship and that’s what made me fall in love with them. Their love was believable, since they didn’t rush things and thankfully you didn’t get the insta-love that is so common in PNR books. Sure, at times it’s fun to read about that type of love but for this story I don’t believe it would’ve worked. As per usual, you also get a healthy dose of action, so there’s no chance for boredom.
All in all, this is a nice addition to The Mercury Pack series.

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