(Mercy Thompson Novel # 3)
Back Cover: "Mechanic Mercy Thompson can shift her shape--but not her loyalty. When her former boss and mentor is arrested for murder and left to rot behind bars by his own kid, it's up to Mercy to clear his name, whether he wants her to or not. Mercy's loyalty is under pressure from other directions, too. Werewolves are not know for their patience, and if Mercy can't decide between the two she cares for, Sam and Adam may make the choice for her..."
Iron Kissed is a continuation of book 1 Moon Called and book 2 Blood Bound by Patricia Briggs. Mercy becomes more closely involved with the Fae as she tries to help Zee discover who has been murdering some of his people. The Fae let Zee be arrested and are willing to let him be the fall guy, but Mercy is not. She puts her life at extreme risk in order to help her friend. She also finally decides who she will chose - Sam or Adam, but a traumatic event in her life seriously alters what the outcome will be. Highly recommended. Next book in the series is Bone Crossed.
Publisher: Ace Books, Penguin Group
Genre: Paranormal Romance
Other thoughts about the book:
Keishon of Avidbookreader.com
"As a former Laurell K. Hamilton fan, I am quite pleased to be engrossed in a well written and well structured urban fantasy series that blends the elements of fantasy with reality almost seamlessly. My grade A."
Angie Girl of Angieville
"In what is becoming classic Briggs style, Iron Kissed combines an intriguing mystery with a streak of compelling romance, interspersed with glimpses of your worst nightmares. The combination is the height of entertainment."
Rhinoa of Rhinoa's Ramblings
"I highly recommend this series and I can't wait to see what will happen next."
Scooper of Scooper Thinks
"Revelations will be made about the fae and Zee. Nightmares will come to life and dreams will both end and begin. Life seems to have a way of biting everyone in this book, leading the reader to flip each page faster than the last. A major question will arise showing Mercy more vulnerable than ever before."