Lure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack, #3)
Gwen Miller may be a human, but she has no problem taking a stand against her own kind. She’s going to testify against the teenage boy she saw viciously assault a lone shifter female—and no amount of pressure from the boy’s wealthy family will make her back down. But when the harassment turns violent, help comes in the form of a lean, toned wolf with winter-gray eyes.As a guest at Gwen’s inn, shifter enforcer Zander Devlin can’t help but notice that the fierce and leggy brunette is in serious trouble. Since she’s putting herself at risk for one of his kind, keeping her safe is the least he can do. That’s not the only reason Zander wants her close. He desires her, even as the wolf inside him backs away from her. But his feral instincts are hard to keep down, and as they take shape, they’re harder for Gwen to resist. Then again, embracing them could be the only thing that could save her life.

Lure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack, #3) Details

TitleLure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack, #3)
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseNov 21st, 2017
PublisherMontlake Romance
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Romance, Paranormal Romance

Lure of Oblivion (Mercury Pack, #3) Review

  • Sabrina
    January 1, 1970
    PRE-ORDER Amazon US * Amazon UKI jumped on this book the second I saw it on NetGalley and dropped all my plans in order to read it. I'm obsessed with these shifters and when I heard this book was going to have a human heroine I was ten times more excited. Zander is one of the quiet pack members, which drew me into his characters and made me want to find out all his secrets. I really liked getting to learn more about him and seeing him when he went all possessive with Gwen. She may not have Shift PRE-ORDER Amazon US * Amazon UKI jumped on this book the second I saw it on NetGalley and dropped all my plans in order to read it. I'm obsessed with these shifters and when I heard this book was going to have a human heroine I was ten times more excited. Zander is one of the quiet pack members, which drew me into his characters and made me want to find out all his secrets. I really liked getting to learn more about him and seeing him when he went all possessive with Gwen. She may not have Shifter strength but she held her own with Zander, and wouldn't let him treat her as a weak human. They had a strong connection from the beginning and their fighting each other only added to it and added some of that much loved sexual tension. Suzanne Wright having a human heroine in this series put a new unique spin on it and I was extremely happy with the new direction. I thought it was so different from her other books in that there was only one character who had the animal instincts, which made a big difference. It made it really interesting to see how Zander's wolf felt and then to see how Gwen herself was feeling about being with a shifter. There was a great deal of suspense and action featured as well and it had me on the edge of my seat from page one. Bad guys were coming from every direction making my heart race and then some ass kicking was going on. I couldn't get enough of everything and never had that moments where I thought there was too much going on. This author is one of my favorites and next time someone asks me why I'm just going to point them in the direction of this book. ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Wendy
    January 1, 1970
    My relationship with this author is a simple, yet perfect one. She writes it...and I read it ;)I have read every book in the the "Deep in your Veins" series, the "Dark In You" series, the  "Phoenix Pack" series and of course the "The Mercury Pack" series. To say that I am a big fan of Suzanne Wright, would be an understatement.So when I saw this baby on Netgalley, I jumped on it :PNow all these books center around a different couple, so technically they could be read as a stand alone. I would ad My relationship with this author is a simple, yet perfect one. She writes it...and I read it ;)I have read every book in the the "Deep in your Veins" series, the "Dark In You" series, the  "Phoenix Pack" series and of course the "The Mercury Pack" series. To say that I am a big fan of Suzanne Wright, would be an understatement.So when I saw this baby on Netgalley, I jumped on it :PNow all these books center around a different couple, so technically they could be read as a stand alone. I would advice everyone to read this series, and the Phoenix Pack series, in order though.I am so glad I did, because I really enjoyed it. Now I have to be honest here and say that I was hoping for Trick or Dominic's story to be next, but I found out they are next in line ;) Doesn't really matter anyways, because all these Alpha boys are fine !!!This time we got Zander and Gwen's story.. the first shifter/human couple of both series !Zander is an enforcer for The Phoenix pack. He is the quiet broody type and I am happy to say that, unlike many of his packmates, he isn't a real big manwhore. This is mostly, because his wolf doesn't really appreciate female attention. So no crazy ex hookups in this one !!!Zander's uncle recently died and Zander has to be present for the reading of the will. This is what brings him to a small and "haunted" little B&B where Gwen works.Gwen was a pretty awesome heroine. Now I like most heroines in this series, because most of them are pretty kickass, but I really liked Gwen. She may have been human, but she was seriously badass and she could definitely hold her own !!Gwen is having some trouble though. Ever since she went to bat for a shifter, who was being abused by a bunch of humans, she has been the target of some serious harressment herself. This doesn't mean she is giving up though...it only makes her more determined to testify against them.Zander can't help but be drawn to this fierceful woman, even if she makes his wolf go into some kind of hide-out. All he has to do is win her trust...easy right ;)I loved how protective Zander was of Gwen, but I loved it even more, how Gwen stood up for herself. These two were extremely HOT, though I wasn't suprised by this, since Suzanne really knows how to write steamy scenes.There was plenty of action to keep me entertained and I finished this book in one go.I am not going into the story more than this, since I don't want to spoiler the book for anyone. I think this was wonderful addition to the series and Gwen is definitely one of my favorite heroines in this and the Phoenix pack series. My reviews are posted on DirtyBooksObsession
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  • Carol
    January 1, 1970
    4.5 stars.When I spotted this as a "read now" on the netgalley site, I honestly couldn't add it to my kindle fast enough.I really love Suzanne Wright's wolf-shifter books (both the Mercury Pack and the Phoenix Pack series). I had already pre-ordered this one on amazon so it was an added bonus getting to read it early.Zander was a character that the reader doesn't know much about- up until now, so I really liked that we get his full story and also that his mate ends up being a human. Gwen's menta 4.5 stars.When I spotted this as a "read now" on the netgalley site, I honestly couldn't add it to my kindle fast enough.I really love Suzanne Wright's wolf-shifter books (both the Mercury Pack and the Phoenix Pack series). I had already pre-ordered this one on amazon so it was an added bonus getting to read it early.Zander was a character that the reader doesn't know much about- up until now, so I really liked that we get his full story and also that his mate ends up being a human. Gwen's mental toughness as well as her ability to hold her own in a fight situation with other humans definitely showed her strength as well. This made for a little different story from others in the series and was really enjoyable reading. Seriously this author NEVER disappoints and this was a solid 4+++ stars for me.ARC received from netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Al *the serial series skipper*
    January 1, 1970
    ***I received this arc courtesy of Netgallery in exchange for an honest review***I decided to avoid SW books because of Greta but I usually get request fingers when I see a book on read now on netgallery from authors I like, I just click on it without thinking. I was prepared to suffer through it, because : Greta. Imagine my joy when I realized it was the story of another pack. Whew.Although I'm pleased there is no Greta in this book, I really didn't enjoy it as much, it lacked a certain je ne s ***I received this arc courtesy of Netgallery in exchange for an honest review***I decided to avoid SW books because of Greta but I usually get request fingers when I see a book on read now on netgallery from authors I like, I just click on it without thinking. I was prepared to suffer through it, because : Greta. Imagine my joy when I realized it was the story of another pack. Whew.Although I'm pleased there is no Greta in this book, I really didn't enjoy it as much, it lacked a certain je ne sais quoi. I liked Gwen, I was ok with Zander but their story, not so much. It just lacked something. Heck, that house had tons of potential, I was expecting more to happen in terms of the paranormal activity that was the selling point of it but nothing substantial did until the very end. Also, the thing with Rory, it was jarring. I understand why it happened but still...shocking.
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  • Kate's Corner
    January 1, 1970
    3 „I am totally bummed about this book“ stars. I am a Ms. Wright fan and I love all her series. She sucks you. Gives you great characters with quirky personalities and a zest for life and for them to find their mates. There is snark, there is a knock your socks off plot. There are shenanigans you love and cannot wait to read about again and again. It’s like coming home and it is the same here as well butthe new instalment in the Mercury Pack just didn’t work for me. Out of all of the books that 3 „I am totally bummed about this book“ stars. I am a Ms. Wright fan and I love all her series. She sucks you. Gives you great characters with quirky personalities and a zest for life and for them to find their mates. There is snark, there is a knock your socks off plot. There are shenanigans you love and cannot wait to read about again and again. It’s like coming home and it is the same here as well butthe new instalment in the Mercury Pack just didn’t work for me. Out of all of the books that this talented lady has written a total of 18 (I counted) I have only ever 3 stared one book and that was Nick & Shay’s book. This is the second book that is to be 3 stared and I am completely bummed about it. It isn’t even the fact that our heroine is human. That was a good plot line to through with and it made the book unique to the others that have been written. It just unfortunately lacked that spark that could have moved it from good to bloody brilliant. I just couldn’t connect to Gwen. It was the Hero. You know I couldn’t remember one memorable thing about him. I couldn’t connect to him either. I was more interested in Bracken than Zander. I feel as if I shouldn’t need to go back and reread the books if you know what I mean. The one thing that really got to me though was Zander calling Gwen my baby and well that just reminded me of nappies and well that she was any moment going to turn around and say yes daddy. This just my personal opinion. Each to their own. Enjoy it!
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  • Kodie Mackay
    January 1, 1970
    Yesss ladyyyyyy!. Can I have more now?... please! Review to come.
  • Elizabeth
    January 1, 1970
    ~Another Shifter Romance...GAME ON!*ARC graciously provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review!For more reviews/reveals/giveaways visit:
  • RachelW (BamaGal)
    January 1, 1970
    The story started well. I liked that it took place away from the pack lodge, it shook the formula up a little. I hadn't realized how often Wright reuses bits and scenes until they weren't there. It was interesting in the beginning; the Shifter girl who had been beaten by a human teen and Gwen, the human who protected her and planned to testify for her at the Shifter council.Zander shows up to take care of some personal business to do with his evil twin. He stuck around when Gwen caught his and h The story started well. I liked that it took place away from the pack lodge, it shook the formula up a little. I hadn't realized how often Wright reuses bits and scenes until they weren't there. It was interesting in the beginning; the Shifter girl who had been beaten by a human teen and Gwen, the human who protected her and planned to testify for her at the Shifter council.Zander shows up to take care of some personal business to do with his evil twin. He stuck around when Gwen caught his and his wolf’s interest. Then the book started to ramble on, not particularly going anywhere. Various subplots were introduced, some just tacked on, which then disappeared for chapters at a time. Neither the leads of this book nor their story really stood out for me. There were numerous plot contrivances. The secondary characters were cardboard stereotypes; and the teen and his dad were laughably cliche. The latter part of the book bothered me. Such violence and a blatant disregard for life, both human and shifter; not to mention the almost mob-style killings and discarding of bodies. Oh, and the epilogue did an infamous sexual take-off on Lora Leigh and her ‘Breeds’. You'll know it when you read it…
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  • Marjorie - FOAB
    January 1, 1970
    3 STARSSadly, this was probably my least favorite book in the Mercury Pack series. I expected a lot more from this book, considering it's the first one with a human as one of the two main characters, but it did not deliver. I still enjoyed it though. Suzanne Wright writes sexy scenes and alpha males like NO OTHER, and on that front, this book did not disappoint. But action and pace wise, it was a bit slow for me. The two other books in this series had a lit more action in my opinion. Not much wa 3 STARSSadly, this was probably my least favorite book in the Mercury Pack series. I expected a lot more from this book, considering it's the first one with a human as one of the two main characters, but it did not deliver. I still enjoyed it though. Suzanne Wright writes sexy scenes and alpha males like NO OTHER, and on that front, this book did not disappoint. But action and pace wise, it was a bit slow for me. The two other books in this series had a lit more action in my opinion. Not much was happening in this one, and certain parts really dragged. With that being said, I'm thinking the next book in this series might be Bracken's so I'm definitely looking forward to that! All in all, still enjoyed it, but my least favorite of the series. ARC kindly offered in exchanged for an honest review.
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  • Heather andrews
    January 1, 1970
    Zander loves to get a point across, "Zander pressed his body against hers, shoving his rock-hard ***k against her. “If I was gay, would I want to take you upstairs to my room and eff you raw? Would I want to know what every inch of you tastes like?” Sometimes Gwen just has to deal with her man's bossiness, “don’t, Gwen,” he clipped. “Just let me have my way right now.” Gwen sighed inwardly..." There are some things that Zander is not fussy about, “I like drunk *** with my baby. And make-up ***. Zander loves to get a point across, "Zander pressed his body against hers, shoving his rock-hard ***k against her. “If I was gay, would I want to take you upstairs to my room and eff you raw? Would I want to know what every inch of you tastes like?” Sometimes Gwen just has to deal with her man's bossiness, “don’t, Gwen,” he clipped. “Just let me have my way right now.” Gwen sighed inwardly..." There are some things that Zander is not fussy about, “I like drunk *** with my baby. And make-up ***. And kinky ***. And just about any ***.” I loved this book, this is one of my favorite series.
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  • Katie
    January 1, 1970
    ARC received via NetGalleyReview to come...
  • Danielle (Danniegurl)
    January 1, 1970
    I've always loved the Phoenix Pack and am also loving the Mercury Pack, that being said this book was just ok for me.The reason behind my 3 stars is that there was entirely too much glossing over of events. Sure they were insignificant but it would have been helpful for those events to have been told in real time to help with the overall timeline of the book. When we meet Gwen she's being harassed by a fellow human (and his goonies) because she won't recant her statement to the shifter council t I've always loved the Phoenix Pack and am also loving the Mercury Pack, that being said this book was just ok for me.The reason behind my 3 stars is that there was entirely too much glossing over of events. Sure they were insignificant but it would have been helpful for those events to have been told in real time to help with the overall timeline of the book. When we meet Gwen she's being harassed by a fellow human (and his goonies) because she won't recant her statement to the shifter council that he beat another shifter. So Brant, the fellow human, comes to her house, which is a B&B, and threatens her.Meanwhile Zander's uncle has passed away and he needs to go to Oregon(?) to review the will in person with the attorney. Zander's identical twin brother will also be there. His brother is a douche. So when Zander comes to Oregon naturally he's going to stay at the B&B, where Gwen lives and works. Something about Gwen has Zander's wolf acting weird. He backs away anytime Gwen is near, but he doesn't exactly dislike her either. Zander is perplexed. Throughout the book we have Zander and Gwen spending time together but also him being there for her when the humans come to harass her, and also them letting the shifter who was beaten, Andie, that there is a loner shifter shelter. Both Gwen and Andie are skeptical.Anyways the whole book is centered around the shifter council meeting in 1 month. The problem for me when it became difficult to tell exactly HOW much time had passed between scenes. At the end of a chapter Gwen and Zander would be in bed together and then all of a sudden at the start of the next chapter it's like days later instead of morning like some previous chapters mentioned. There were also scenes where phone calls were mentioned but were done off page. It really became kind of frustrating for me to figure out when it exactly was. I think had the 1 month not been mentioned I might not have cared or paid as much attention to it.Overall I did enjoy the book. Sadly though the events of the Las Vegas shooting made some of the scenes later in the book difficult for me to read. It also was because of this I had a difficult time enjoying or staying engaged in the book. Still I did enjoy it, it was just missing some key factors that I've come to expect from this series. The humor was kinda there, but not as prevalent as previous books. I'm still going to read subsequent books from this series and Phoenix Pack because I enjoy the characters. This one, however, wasn't the best of the best. I received this book from the author and publisher via Netgalley for free in exchange for my honest opinion of this book. All opinions in this review are mine.
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  • Dora Okeyo
    January 1, 1970
    Shifters+ Trouble+ Traps+ Romance= A very happy Dora!This started out with Gwen, a human, who witnessed an assault on a shifter called Andie. She refused to withdraw or alter her statement despite the pressure from the Sheriff and the Moores, who seem to be the richest people in town, ready to throw their money to get their son, Brandt out of trouble. Zander and Bracken are shifters, wolves to be precise, and they are part of the Mercury Pack who happen to be staying at the motel to attend a wil Shifters+ Trouble+ Traps+ Romance= A very happy Dora!This started out with Gwen, a human, who witnessed an assault on a shifter called Andie. She refused to withdraw or alter her statement despite the pressure from the Sheriff and the Moores, who seem to be the richest people in town, ready to throw their money to get their son, Brandt out of trouble. Zander and Bracken are shifters, wolves to be precise, and they are part of the Mercury Pack who happen to be staying at the motel to attend a will reading when Mr. Moore comes to threaten and buy off Gwen. They decide to stick around and see what they can do to help. Gwen's not buying it that easily and Zander's wolf is not so trusting of Gwen either.The two dance around each other you'd think they were in a ring waiting to see who would strike first, and if you've had your share of shifter novels then your guess is probably right, Zander makes the first move. I loved this book because I love a shifter romance. I am not so big on vampires and werewolves but shifters; bears, wolves, cougars, tigers...I'm all in. I also loved the fact that the relationship between Zander and Gwen was all about giving and taking. It was not a whirlwind romance, but rather, one where they took time to get to trust the other person and that felt relatable.I wonder, is there a story on Bracken, because the guy is to Zander, what Marlon is to Gwen!I also found the complex relationship between Gwen and her father, Kenny Cogman, interesting. I did not expect it to play out as it did and that added to the confrontation with the Moores.If you are lounging home this weekend and are looking for something wild, fast-paced, sweet and alluring to read, then this would be a great recommendation. I did get a copy off NetGalley and that would not have swayed me to be as happy as I am with this book, well, because I am hopeless shifter romantic, wait...does that even exist?
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  • mona
    January 1, 1970
    I was given an ARC by Netgalley and the Publisher for an honest review.Once again, Ms. Wright has presented us with a wonderfully woven shifter romance, this time with a new couple’s dynamic, since our heroine is a human.We first met our hero, wolf shifter Zander Devlin, in “Carnal Secrets” (book three of the Phoenix Pack series). Personally, because he’s always been a bit of a loner and kept to himself, I wasn’t all that eager to read his story, but I was somewhat curious to see how his own tal I was given an ARC by Netgalley and the Publisher for an honest review.Once again, Ms. Wright has presented us with a wonderfully woven shifter romance, this time with a new couple’s dynamic, since our heroine is a human.We first met our hero, wolf shifter Zander Devlin, in “Carnal Secrets” (book three of the Phoenix Pack series). Personally, because he’s always been a bit of a loner and kept to himself, I wasn’t all that eager to read his story, but I was somewhat curious to see how his own tale would unravel.Gwen Miller, our human heroine, was the perfect person to balance our hero. While he was the quiet one, she didn’t mind making waves, at all. She’s strong (not that H isn’t, mind you), and her will and opinion won’t bend for anyone. I wasn’t surprised to see that she’s got her own insecurities regarding her physical appearance, though. Along with that, she also had a bit of a hard time trusting the hero, because their relationship, for all intents and purposes, had an expiration date.It didn’t surprise me that this was a slow-burn romance, and it couldn’t have been any other way. They needed to build up their love, and mostly their trust, in each other and themselves, and they accomplished it neatly throughout the plot. That’s not to say that it didn’t have its fair share of heat, because it did.Other elements in this plot that I loved was the B&B, the other characters—Gwen’s family and Zander’s pack—and, of course, the ending (what an adrenaline punch!).My final rating is 4 stars, because while I absolutely loved mostly everything in this book, I wanted to see Zander take on a more active role as the alpha that he is.It’s a guarantee that I’ll keep on reading Ms. Wright’s books, even more so because I’m eager to read both Cain's and Dominic’s stories.Thank you to Netgalley and the Publisher for the chance to read the ARC!
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  • Stefani
    January 1, 1970
    At this point, I'm pretty sure that Suzanne Wright can start publishing her grocery lists and I'll be here reading every single one of them. Lure of Oblivion is Zander's story (the third installment of the Mercury Pack series) and the first story where the love interest is 100% human. I downloaded this book at 1am today(last night, I guess) and I had already finished it by 4pm so by that you can judge how excited I generally am when it comes to Suzanne Wright and my two favorite packs.Unlike som At this point, I'm pretty sure that Suzanne Wright can start publishing her grocery lists and I'll be here reading every single one of them. Lure of Oblivion is Zander's story (the third installment of the Mercury Pack series) and the first story where the love interest is 100% human. I downloaded this book at 1am today(last night, I guess) and I had already finished it by 4pm so by that you can judge how excited I generally am when it comes to Suzanne Wright and my two favorite packs.Unlike some of the other books in both series, I think a person can read this and enjoy it without reading the previous books first(although I strongly recommend reading all of the other books). Which can be a good thing and a bad thing I guess. For me, it's kind of eh! cause I like how intertwined the stories were(spoiler, I guess; where to be got some hints at Nick and Shaya before their book, same with Tao and Riley, but I guess every book can't be like that and they have to meet new people, anyway). Overall I liked everything that this book had to offer. I liked that our female main character was named Gwen cause I like the name Gwen. Suzanne Wright own me and I don't think that I'm mentally and physically able to wait till next year!!! for another book.I received a free copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Whispers From
    January 1, 1970
    Just like all of Ms. Wright’s books, I loved this one. Funny. Very sexy. And a little suspenseful. The characters are hilarious. The storyline is smooth and interesting. And of course shifters.Gwen is human and helps her foster family run a B&B. She had a rough childhood and was put in foster care at eight. When a shifter is badly beaten, she witnesses it and tells the cops. But nothing is done and she takes it to the shifter council. The guys who did it, try and threaten Gwen to not testify Just like all of Ms. Wright’s books, I loved this one. Funny. Very sexy. And a little suspenseful. The characters are hilarious. The storyline is smooth and interesting. And of course shifters.Gwen is human and helps her foster family run a B&B. She had a rough childhood and was put in foster care at eight. When a shifter is badly beaten, she witnesses it and tells the cops. But nothing is done and she takes it to the shifter council. The guys who did it, try and threaten Gwen to not testify but she refuses to back down.Zander is a wolf shifter and his wolf is not a fan of women. He and his friend go to Oregon to the reading of his Uncle’s will. They stay at the B&B, which is supposed to be haunted. Zander has a twin and a sister but his twin is mean. When he hears about what’s been happening to Gwen, he and his buddy decides to stick around and protect them. Something is wrong with Zander’s wolf because he is weary of Gwen but he can’t figure out why. Both are secretive people and Gwen takes care of her family but doesn’t know how to let Zander take care of her. Zander is tough and doesn’t open up to anyone but to get Gwen to tell about herself, he shares some of his past. Gwen is afraid to hope because it has never really worked out for her but she realizes that without it, she may not get the whole mate experience.* Voluntarily read and reviewed this for netgalley *
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  • Jess
    January 1, 1970
    Damn, this was a good book, actually not just good it was FREAKING AWESOME!!!! Lure Of Oblivion fast became my favorite of the whole series, I held my breath through the entire story! The new setting and characters gave the series a fresh new lift which I've craved in this series for a while now. Zander and Gwen's story kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time, not just the outside conflict but their internal fears of letting others in, both Zander and Gwen had deep past hurts to overcome.Z Damn, this was a good book, actually not just good it was FREAKING AWESOME!!!! Lure Of Oblivion fast became my favorite of the whole series, I held my breath through the entire story! The new setting and characters gave the series a fresh new lift which I've craved in this series for a while now. Zander and Gwen's story kept me on the edge of my seat the whole time, not just the outside conflict but their internal fears of letting others in, both Zander and Gwen had deep past hurts to overcome.Zander is perfection, he's your typical overbearing alpha male with a heart of gold (one of the reasons why I love this series, are these men). I love Gwen, her courage, and sassy attitude. She never waived in the face of danger. The way Ms. Wright wrote Gwen really made her stand out from all the other heroines in this series, she made sure to make Gwen, the human, just as strong as any shifter female. I actually found Gwen to be the strongest heroine I've ever read in any book, the way she held herself and knowing that what she was doing was right was all the strength and reasoning she needed as she stood against vile evil men and women.I'm already desperate for the next Phoenix and Mercury book!
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  • Mrs
    January 1, 1970
    Lure of Oblivion the third book in the Mercury Pack series is a cracking good read. Shifter enforcer Zander the taciturn character in the previous books meets Gwen Miller a human who has always been fascinated with shifters and their packs having never had a family of her own.Gwen has put herself at risk from local shifter haters by about to testify against a teenage boy she witnessed viciously attacking a female shifter. He is from a wealthy family who have the local law in their pockets and th Lure of Oblivion the third book in the Mercury Pack series is a cracking good read. Shifter enforcer Zander the taciturn character in the previous books meets Gwen Miller a human who has always been fascinated with shifters and their packs having never had a family of her own.Gwen has put herself at risk from local shifter haters by about to testify against a teenage boy she witnessed viciously attacking a female shifter. He is from a wealthy family who have the local law in their pockets and think nothing will ever touch them.Zander decides she needs help support and protection when he visits the area with a couple from his pack. He is drawn to Gwen though his wolf retreats from her for reasons Zander cannot fathom at first, soon it is revealed why as their relationship develops quickly and passionately.Yet another great story from this author, the pace never stops. It was great to meet up with mercury pack members in the pressie books.An exciting wonderful story, thoroughly enjoyable....cant wait for the next.My thanks to net galley and publisher for opportunity to review this book.
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  • BookWormAli
    January 1, 1970
    So by know you all know I am a HUGE Suzanne Wright fan!!! She write my crack...lets face it Im hooked on Strong female leads and Hot Dominating Alpha Males. Add in some snark and sass and I am happy as a clam!MS. Wright delivers again in this story about Zander who we really haven't heard about in detail. His story is a sad and lonely beginning. Including abuse from is twin and mother. I like that Ms. Wright does not stick with stereotypes and that the family situations are always different. Zan So by know you all know I am a HUGE Suzanne Wright fan!!! She write my crack...lets face it Im hooked on Strong female leads and Hot Dominating Alpha Males. Add in some snark and sass and I am happy as a clam!MS. Wright delivers again in this story about Zander who we really haven't heard about in detail. His story is a sad and lonely beginning. Including abuse from is twin and mother. I like that Ms. Wright does not stick with stereotypes and that the family situations are always different. Zander was a fully rounded male who took a while to open up to Gwen.Gwen was a total package. She was wounded yet strong , protective of her family and interesting. She never once bowed to Zander because he was a wolf and she was human. She stood her ground and took the time she needed. Her back story was interesting and had a few hidden troubles in it.The secondary characters are as intriguing as always. I always feel like they are whole not just filler or support for the main characters which is a major must for me.
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    This book was received via Netgalley for an honest review So the third book in the Mercury Pack series takes us off on a different tangent to the previous books... and it moves our location as well!Gwen is a human taking a stand... she's going to testify against the teenage boy she saw beating a lone shifter - and she's going to testify come hell or high water! It helps that she lives at a B&B in the middle of nowhere with a slightly loco family who (of course) have trained her in self defen This book was received via Netgalley for an honest review So the third book in the Mercury Pack series takes us off on a different tangent to the previous books... and it moves our location as well!Gwen is a human taking a stand... she's going to testify against the teenage boy she saw beating a lone shifter - and she's going to testify come hell or high water! It helps that she lives at a B&B in the middle of nowhere with a slightly loco family who (of course) have trained her in self defense, fighting, shooting...But she wasn't expecting Zander, a wolf shifter who is staying at the B&B but decides that Gwen needs his help, and the least he can do is help keep her safe!The chemistry between these two is more of a slow burn but they get there (view spoiler)[ and Zander eventually (and it takes him most of the book) realises that Gwen is his true mate (hide spoiler)]I enjoyed this trip away from the homestead (or what ever the pack version is) but have to admit I liked seeing old familiar faces when they got home!
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  • Despina
    January 1, 1970
    I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for a honest reviewOnce again I was pulled into the world of Suzanne Wright's shifters and I loved it. This book is Zander's and Gwen's book and as always there's a mixture of fun, sexiness, and villains you love to hate and watch get taken down. I don't want to spoil it for anyone but I loved both Gwen and Zander and I loved watching them fall for each other. It was also fun to see some of the other pack mates come and go throughout the story. This I received a copy of this book from NetGalley for a honest reviewOnce again I was pulled into the world of Suzanne Wright's shifters and I loved it. This book is Zander's and Gwen's book and as always there's a mixture of fun, sexiness, and villains you love to hate and watch get taken down. I don't want to spoil it for anyone but I loved both Gwen and Zander and I loved watching them fall for each other. It was also fun to see some of the other pack mates come and go throughout the story. This is one author, who I am happy to read, her writing style is fun and always leaves me feeling good.
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  • Melanie
    January 1, 1970
    This is my first time reading a novel by Suzanne Wright and I'm so excited to have found her work. I love the alternate universe created within the book. Gwen is such a strong yet relatable main character, I was really happy with her character development. Zander is your typical lone-wolf, strong, silent type. The two main characters complimented each other well. It's definitely a steamy romance. I can't wait to read the first novel in this series because I really would like to see more.
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  • Tami
    January 1, 1970
    4.5Very good PNR.This review is based on the ARC provided by the author and/or the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion.
  • Diamond
    January 1, 1970
    3.8 ★
  • Mariya
    January 1, 1970
    Thank you, Netgalley! I NEEDED a Suzanne Wright book to read like now!
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