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About the Author

RHIANNON HELD is the author of Silver and its sequel, Tarnished. In her day job, she works as a professional archeologist. "Unfortunately, given that it's real rather than fictional archeology, fedoras, bullwhips, aliens and dinosaurs are in short supply. Most of my work is done on the computer, using data bases to organize data." Held lives in the Seattle, Washington, area.


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  • File Size: 856 KB
  • Print Length: 337 pages
  • Publisher: Tor Books (February 18, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 18, 2014
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00EGJ6KK0
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #548,941 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Rhiannon Held was born in Minnesota, but moved to the Pacific Northwest young enough to imprint. She lives in Seattle, where she works as an archaeologist for an environmental compliance firm. Working in both archaeology and writing, she's "lucky" enough to have two sexy careers that don't make her much money.

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I preordered this on the strength of the first 2 books in the series and expected to read more of the adventures of Silver and Dare. Instead I got a book that is mostly about Felicia (Dare's daughter) and told from her point of view. Basically Felicia makes poor decisions that provide much of the drama and action; she finally acquires a backbone toward the end of the book. Since I don't like Felicia or care about her, I found all that rather annoying.

Silver is mostly passive in the plot; she mainly reacts to what other characters are doing; instead it is Felicia's choices that drive the plot. Dare and John go off stage early (on a errand that has nothing to do with the plot) and return near the end to help wrap the story up. Susan continues to grow, finding her place in the pack, and evolving into the most interesting character in this particular book.
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A fantastic addition to the urban fantasy world, the Silver series adds a hint of magic to a robust and realistic world. More than just battling villains and hooking up, these books deal with disability, loss, prejudice, and power struggles on both the global and family level. Held’s characters are immeasurably enriched by their wolf-selves, but their struggles and feelings are firmly grounded in a familiar, human world.

Each of the books in this series has surprised me in different ways, and while all were well-written and enjoyable, REFLECTED had some structural issues that I struggled with. This story centers around Silver as Alpha and Felicia finding her way as a young woman in the pack. Intellectually, I love that this book is very much about holding power as a woman, balancing family and authority, and the realistic struggle for respect and cohesiveness. Emotionally, however, I didn’t like Felicia very much at all, and never engaged with the (many) sections from her point of view. Felicia’s insecurities and dissatisfaction drives her for the first half of the book, and though she shows growth and potential, I never warmed to her.

With this series, it’s clear that Silver, with her injuries and strengths, is far and away my favorite character, and so I am not surprised that Felicia had a hard time sharing the spotlight with her. I struggled to pick a rating for REFLECTED, as I enjoyed Silver and the concept of the story much more than Felicia and her plot-line. I love this series, and will definitely be back for more, but readers who prefer Silver as much as I do may find that REFLECTED leaves you wanting more.

Sexual Content: References to sex.
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Although the conflicts in REFLECTED turned out to be pretty predictable I still enjoyed the next installment in Silvers journey. Dare is called away and Silver has to hold the pack on her own. They both felt it would be pretty easy but unfortunately things go wrong.

The pack dynamic has changed a lot since SILVER. While TARNISHED was filled with pack politics REFLECTED gets back to the characters with a side of pack politics. Silver and Dare don't get a lot of time together in book 3 and I missed him for most of the book. They are just to awesome together to be separated. When Dare leaves Felicia decides to rebel in the worst way. The way she treated Silver really broke my heart. Silver is forced to once again "un-break" herself and it is so hard to watch her go through the pain that causes. By the end things have once again changed. Although their relationship needed to change, I wish their conflict had not taken up the whole book. I still really love Susan. She has grown into her pack position and she is a great friend and support to Silver. Anyone that still sees her as human quickly sees otherwise.

I didn't feel like REFLECTED was as strong as the previous books but it was still a smooth, fast, intriguing read. Held's world still draws me in and her writing and characters keeps me reading. I don't see any mention of a book 4, please tell me the series isn't over! I know Silver has her pack and family now but I need more.

* This book was provided free of charge from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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Rhiannon Held consistently delivers stories of intricate, layered, and emotionally charged people-stories through her werewolf characters: emotionally and physically wounded Silver, her Alpha mate Andrew Dare, and Dare's estranged-until-now teen daughter, Felicia.

And various other pack members.

It's strange how a book written about werewolves and chock-full of were politics, mannerisms, phrases ("prey-stupid", "jumped from downwind") seemingly purposefully extra-human can reveal so much about being human.

There's a scene in the book where the main character, Silver (although we get lots of POV from Silver and Felicia this time, I kind of missed Dare!) is having to explain to a human psychologist why Felicia tricked her into trespassing in a stranger's house. The conversation digs into the open-wound rawness of step-daughter/step-mother relationships; the kind of tip-toeing feints and parries you make both wanting to care for eachother and not knowing how to without causing pain.

Nothing much happens in this book plotwise. Dare goes away to Alaska, leaving Silver to deal with a challenge to one of their female sub-alphas, and a roaming, spanish-speaking were suspiciously interested in Felicia.

Emotionally, however, Held once again puts Silver through the ringer, this time without Dare's emotional support. All the reasons I like this series are here: emotional manipulation, homey scenes of people sitting around trying to not irritate eachother, and reining in strong feelings. Not to be read for action, but for thoughtful relationships
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