Publication Date: Aug. 25th, 2009
Reviewer: Amber R
Anna Latham didn’t know how complicated life could be until she became a werewolf. And until she was mated to Charles Cornick, the son — and enforcer — of Bran, the leader of the North American werewolves, she didn’t know how dangerous it could be either...
Anna and Charles have just been enlisted to attend a summit to present Bran’s controversial proposition: that the wolves should finally reveal themselves to humans. But the most feared Alpha in Europe is dead set against the plan — and it seems like someone else might be too. When Anna is attacked by vampires using pack magic, the kind of power only werewolves should be able to draw on, Charles and Anna must combine their talents to hunt down whoever is behind it all — or risk losing everything...
I've always been a fan of Patricia Briggs and she keeps cementing her place as one of my favorite authors. I absolutely love this series. I love Charles and Anna together. They are such a good balance together. It's nice seeing a couple that just doesn't fall in perfectly once they get together. They are working on their relationship. It's not perfect but they love each other and they're both trying their best. I love seeing the development and growth in their relationship and individually as well.
Bran is on the brink of outing the werewolves to the world. But first he has to get everyone on the same page. Not that he needs permission but he doesn't want to ruffle any fur. So he decides to hold a conference with the main packs from other countries. Charles has a bad a feeling about Bran going to the conference so Bran sends Anna and Charles instead. And what happens when the conference starts is never ending action. Someone is targeting Anna, there is an insane werewolf who has a vendetta of his own, and a whole bunch of other stuff tied in.
This book was yet another great installment of the Alpha and Omega series. I absolutely love these books. I love everything Patricia Briggs gives us. I'm loving this series right now. I might even go back and read the Mercy books again. Seriously, if you haven't read these yet check them out. You won't regret it.