Mercy Thompson is supposed to be enjoying her happily ever after. Finally coming to terms with her mating to the local packs alpha, Adam, they've come to a happy agreement so not to disturb the current calm amongst the pack who mostly believe she shouldn't be there. She's a coyote shifter, not a werewolf. But Mercy isn't going to let that bother her, that is until someone within the pack threatens her bonding link with Adam.
Not only does she have to contend with the grumblings of the pack, there's also the little matter of an overdue book to return. Though this isn't your average library book. This is a book of the Fae's, and contains a serious amount of magic. When she tries to return the book she finds the store empty and closed down. Just as hard as she's trying to return it, there are those trying harder to take it away from her. And they'll stop at nothing to ensure they get their hands on it.
Meanwhile Mercy's roommate, and lone wolf, Samuel has been acting not quite himself putting Mercy in the position of debating whether Bran, the Marrock and Samuel's father, should be made aware of his situation.
So there's disturbance with the pack directed at her, a rouge Fae on the hunt for her and the book she's holding and the little matter of Samuel's life in her hands. Just another normal week for Mercy?
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