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Mechanic Mercy Thompson has friend in low places - and in dark ones. Since she can shapeshift at will, she agrees to act as some extra muscle when her vampire friend, Stefan, goes to deliver a message to another of his kind. And the demon-riding vampire has gone on a killing spree unlike any the Tri-Cities have ever seen - one that could threaten the vampires' secret existence. When the undead and the werewolves sent to find him don't return, the local vampire queen looks to Mercy for help. A coyote is no match for a demon, but Mercy is immune to many vampiric powers - and those missing are her friends, including the two werewolves circling around her heart. Though I found Blood Bound to be a bit of a slower read than its predecessor, it certainly cultivated my love for Mercy Thompson and the series in general. The plot was more interesting, the stakes higher and we got to really see Patricia Briggs’ characters shine. I can’t wait to keep reading – I have a feeling this is going to get really good. “Even after all this time, I keep forgetting that heroes can be found in unlikely places and persons — like mechanics who can turn into coyotes. I managed to finish Moon Called in two sittings, but the second installment in the Mercy Thompson series, Blood Bound took a little more time. Slow to start, Blood Bound then began to overcome some of the problems I had with the first book in leaps and bounds. All of my favourite aspects remained (clever urban fantasy, great characters…) but I had a feeling things were going to be a little more complicated this time around in terms of plot. While Moon Called might have given us the basics when it came to werewolves, Blood Bound expands Mercy Thompson’s world for the reader and really examines the vampires. Sure, we met them briefly in the first book, but the plotline for Blood Bound revolves around them heavily and allows us (and Mercy) to get right up close and personal. We learn how Patricia Briggs’ intends her vampires to exist. There are few in Mercy’s area, but we get a better sense of how vampire politics work, as well as their strengths and weaknesses. I love it when series have the ability to touch on different aspects of worlds within each installment, slowly allowing the reader to acclimatise. Source: Nice Girls Read Books – YA Book Reviews & More
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