Burn Bright by Patricia Briggs
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I love Charles and Anna. I would read just about any story that involves them, so another Alpha and Omega book was a pleasant surprise.
We join Charles as he fills in for the Marrok, who has suddenly decided to go on holiday after some usual Mercy drama. While that would not seem so very strange, it is oddly timed with a concerning call from one of the Marrok’s wildlings. The Marrok is known for taking on “strays” that cannot stand to live completely on their own. While the Marrok is gone, Charles must attempt to wrangle them as best as he can – luckily he’s also got Anna to help temper his brother wolf.
What may have simply been a case of the wildlings living up to their name is quickly discovered to be an act of magic and betrayal. With Anna and Charles stories there is always a mess of emotion, magic, and love. This combination kept me eagerly devouring the chapters and so very sad when it came to an end. I love every extended glimpse we get of their relationship, their life, and how well they work together. Bring on more Alpha & Omega books!
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