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Blood Bound [Mass Market Paperback]

Patricia Briggs
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Jan. 30 2007 Mercy Thompson (Book 2)
Mechanic Mercy Thompson has friends in low places-and in dark ones. And now she owes one of them a favor. 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.

But this new vampire is hardly ordinary-and neither is the demon inside of him.


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A sorcerer-turned-vampire wreaks havoc on Washington's Tri-Cities, causing death, destruction and a paranormal faceoff in the second of Briggs's series featuring Mercy Thompson, a mechanic and "walker": one who can turn into a coyote at will. After attempts by the paranormal community to destroy the malevolent sorcerer fail, Mercy finds herself pulled into the fray: though her werewolf and vampire friends are stronger than she, it turns out that Mercy's abilities make her the only one in town who can save them all. While she discovers the truth about her powers, she also learns more about her past, and the werewolves who raised her. Though the romantic subplot-involving two rival werewolves, Alpha wolf Adam and Mercy's roommate Samuel-fizzles, Briggs has a refreshing knack for imbuing her characters (even non-humans) with lived-in human qualities. When it gets going, this paranormal adventure story is engaging, but a flabby first-person narrative stunts the suspense.
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Jalopy mechanic Mercedes Thompson may not be a were-creature, ruled by phases of the moon, but she can change into a coyote whenever she wants to. Because she owes him a favor, Mercedes agrees to back up vampire friend Stefan when he confronts another of his kind. But, being demon-possessed, that vampire proves deadlier than most. Before she can so much as bark, Mercedes is up to her ears in vampires fighting vampires, werewolves fighting vampires, and humans in the middle. She aims to off the demon-possessed vampire before any more killings, but she can't count on everyone who ought to be her ally because the local top vampire has schemes of her own. Briggs' world in which witches, vampires, werewolves, and shape-shifters live beside ordinary people is plausibly constructed; the characters are excellent; and the plot keeps the pages flapping. Those who haven't read the first Mercedes Thompson tale, Moon Called (2006), may well want to after reading the second. Frieda Murray
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent story! March 13 2014
Format:Kindle Edition
Excellent story with a lot of surprising twists and turns. Stefan's relationship and feelings for Mercy are more fleshed out and her relationship with Adam develops further as well. The powerful new villain, a demon vampire provides a lot of dangerous action and a new insight into the political games being played out in the vampire seethe. Can't wait to read the next one in the series.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Really good urban fantasy - love Stefan! June 25 2013
By Darlene TOP 50 REVIEWER
Format:Mass Market Paperback
Blood Bound is the second book in the Mercy Thompson series.

Mercy is contacted in the middle of the night by her undead friend, Stefan, who asks for her help. She owes him a favour for his help in the last book, Moon Called, so she agrees when he asks her to accompany him in coyote form to visit another vampire named Cory Littleton. Stefan knows that Littleton will not be threatened by Mercy’s coyote and that it is unlikely that he will be able to use mind control on her. Stefan, however, is not so sure that he is immune to Littleton’s powers, who is not just an ordinary vampire but also a sorcerer. He allowed the demon to take possession of him, which makes him dangerous. While the two survive the encounter, Stefan has been ordered by Marcilia, the leader of the local vampire seethe, to bring Littleton to her so that she can take him under her control. When Stefan disappears and is presumed dead, no one is more surprised than Mercy when Marcilia asks for her help in finding Littleton and putting a stop to him.

Stefan was one of my favourite characters in Moon Called, so I was really stoked that he was featured prominently in Blood Bound. I enjoyed the book, but I am afraid that Briggs has spoiled me with her Alpha & Omega series. I love Mercy, who totally kicks ass, but I am missing the hot romance that is present in her other series. The love triangle between Mercy, Adam, and Samuel has potential but there have not been any major sparks so far. I am hoping that this will change.

I’m still a fan of the series and will keep reading!

Lorelei King does this series justice. It is often difficult for female narrators to successfully pull off the male vocalizations, but King pulls it off. I also think she does a great job with the tongue-in-cheek humour that is sprinkled throughout the book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Delievers what is promises March 25 2007
Format:Mass Market Paperback
A good book with non-stop action and plot twists. The writing is average; no lyrical beauty here. The main character is touchingly confused but this gets to be a little overbearing as she seems incapable of making a stanch decision. Still a decent; no thought required book that is good enough for me to read the next one.

The book delivers what it promises, which is more than you can say for many books.
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Good plot, great heroine, wonderful setting...

but...

I just felt that Patricia wanted to make a book close to 300 pages and tacked on another confrontation after the final showdown just to make this book longer. She could have wrapped things up at 250 and put out a really tight, if not short, book.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good Solid Reading May 16 2014
Format:Mass Market Paperback|Verified Purchase
I missed this one when it first came out, but it is a solid read.

Mercedies goes up against a vampire sorcerer, and wins. Meanwhile the other wolves in Adam's group are none to sure what to make of their Alpha Wolf getting involved with a coyote.

Good light reading, I enjoyed it.
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