Mated in Mist by Carrie Ann Ryan
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Carrie Ann Ryan’s Mated in Mist is another phenomenal book in the Talon Pack Series. Water witch, Leah Helm, is rescued by the Talon Pack after being hunted by humans. Talon Pack Heir, Ryder Brentwood has been hiding an ability from his family. The two work together to help their people. This contemporary shapeshifter novel is suitable for new adult and adult audiences.
Carrie Ann Ryan has a gift for continually coming up with exciting and compelling stories. While each book in the collection is related, they are extremely unique adding to the overall experience in the series.
I like Leah. My heart broke for her at the loss of her twin and being shunned from her coven. Ryder has been carrying a huge burden of his secret talent. He has kept his secret for a long time considering he is over a century old. I would imagine that it would be difficult experiencing his gift without any support. I like that the Talons and Redwoods are allies and so intermingled. There are a number of antagonists in this story that are each easy to dislike: General Keith Montag, Luis Helm, and Charles McMaster.
I enjoyed the plot. It was intense and fit in well with the overall premise of the series. I loved the ending. I cannot wait for Charlotte’s story.
Complimentary copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
Kindle Edition, 193 pages
Expected publication: February 16th 2016
Edition Language: English
Series: Talon Pack #3, Redwood Pack #11
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