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- Print Length: 267 pages
- Publication Date: July 17, 2019
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07TWY7CQT
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Shards of Frost (The Mercury Pack Series Book 5) Kindle Edition
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The moment Eli and Casey locked eyes, they knew instantly that they were mates. They went hard and fast, and the chemistry between the two of them was strong and intense. I adored Eli! The man was all possessive and growly, but could also be tender and sweet. Casey is a great leading lady. She’s just as protective and fierce as Eli, but would show her softer side when Eli wanted to snuggle and take care of his mate. They cared deeply for each other rather quickly and I was glad the conflicts didn’t take away from their relationship. They just fit and connected as if they’d been together for years.
I love the world of the Mercury and Phoenix packs that Suzanne Wright has created, and I can’t wait to see who we’ll meet in the new Olympus Pride series.
This was a really good story. I liked both Eli and Casey and liked their story very much. Fair warning, I had heard this ends the series and there's an epilogue at the end that shows well into the future and rounds things out nicely so this does seem to be the end.
Casey is a mink shifter that is also an enforcer for her pack. Casey was born to a latent shifter that mated a human. Casey's siblings are geniuses and her father was never satisfied with Casey, always considering her "lacking". When her mink came out in a shift, Casey was thrown out and moved it live with the pack her mother had belonged to. The only relative Casey that stood up for her is her brother Miles but he had crap go wrong in his life that led to drug use and addiction.
Eli is a wolf shifter and the head enforcer for his pack, run by his brother, Nick, who is the Alpha of the pack. Eli is happy in his life except he's desperately lonely and longing for his mate. It wasn't too bad at first but now that he's the only unmated wolf in his pack, his wolf is getting more and more frustrated.
Casey has been fighting in an underground fighting club to make money to pay off the debts her brother owes his drug dealer. Unfortunately, Casey is a great fighter and has never lost a fight so the dealer decides she need to throw the fight to make more money for him. Casey doesn't want anything to happen to her brother but she's not willing to take a dive. Eli happens to be at the fight and feels an attraction to Casey, even across the fight club. When he goes to find her after the fight, he finds her in a confrontation with the dealer who's pissed she didn't take the dive. Casey handles the situation but Eli does give her backup and as soon as they're alone and truly look at each other, the recognition of being mates hits and they consummate it as soon as they're able to reach her place.
Eli and Casey both have their issues but they are pretty perfect for each other and don't hold back, accepting their relationship quickly and going back and forth between his pack and hers while they figure out where they'll end up. There are some issues, some from known sources and some from unknown (or at least unproven) sources. These issues are rather sporadic though and give plenty of time for other things, like Eli and Casey working on their relationship and such. I will say that because there's not a major bad guy presence in this story, it seemed like this one had a bit more focus on the relationship between Casey and Eli than other stories in the series. I did really enjoy this story though and there is a big bang at the end to make things exciting, ending with a HEA for Casey and Eli and an epilogue to round things out for the whole pack.
This was a really enjoyable story. Casey was a very good heroine. She is tough and I liked her. Eli was a really good hero and didn't hold back (knowingly at least) from a relationship and treated Casey like gold. Overall, I was really happy with the story and would recommend the whole series. :D
Casey Frost, a mink, is a mixed marshal arts fighter and one day she is told to throw a fight by the guy who hooked her brother on drugs. She goes into the ring, but can't bring herself to throw the fight. Eli watches her fight. He's the beta of the Mercury pack. When his brother, the alpha, met his mate his brother rejected her at first for various reasons and it was very painful for everyone. Eli and Casey realize that they're mates right away, but Eli and Casey immediately accept the mating bond. That isn't to say they fall in love instantly. They talk about building a relationship and getting to know each other. It's nice.
The plot is very exciting and I really enjoyed it. Of course the dialog is good, this is a Suzanne Wright book after all.
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We’ve been hearing for a while that for some couples they know from the first eye to eye contact that they are fated mates, and here we finally get to see it, when Casey and Eli lock eyes properly that’s it. Finally, Eli, has what he has been yearning for, having watched his pack gain mates, has made him keenly aware of his loneliness and desire to find the one for him. But before the two can enjoy their lives as mates they need to deal with whomever doesn't want them together.
Casey is one kickass enforcer, and one cool Mink shifter, I think she’s the perfect fit for Eli. I found the information on Mink shifters fascinating and I’m looking forward to more books involving them.
I have to ask what is it with rubbish/bad parents in the books I keep picking up, Casey’s dad is a snivelling worm taking out his inferiority complex on his daughter. Treating her like she is a freak because she can shift, and denying the shifter blood her latent siblings also have.
Casey’s one-night stand (way before she and Eli meet) and the drama that manifested from that, for me was a little bit of an annoying strand of the story.
Bracken’s certainty that Casey’s minx was trying to kill him was amusing (although whilst it made me smile each and every time, there was something more needed to make me seriously laugh, some pizazz in those scenes was missing).
I'm still hoping that despite the information we get on Cain in this book and the trajectory his life takes, he will be getting his own book.
Loved the epilogue, seeing all the kids and the pack.
He has always fascinated me so i was extremely happy when we got to have his book early !
I finished this book in one sitting. I literally could not put it down at all.
The relationship between Eli & Casey is unique in that they can tell that they are mates straight away.
It was the perfect way to say goodbye to the Mercury pack !
And as much as I would have loved the seer to get her own book, I'm still happy with the series.
I love the world the author has created.
I've not had chance to read anything but the two series, but I'll definitely be changing that.
However I would really love another Mercury Pack Book, about Cain and Cassidy, finding out in the end that they a happy ending was great, just wish I got to find out myself.
Love this Series (The Phoenix Pack and The Mercury Pack), especial since I can only read si-fi novels with Werewolves or Vampires. BEST Shifter Book EVER, LOVE IT .
Hate that this series has end.