For the 10th book in this series, we get to mix things up a bit – Mercy’s off to Europe, but not by choice. No, Mercy’s managed to get herself kidnapped by the king of the vampires of Europe, who’s under the impression that she’s the most powerful person in the Columbia Basin pack, as well as the alliance of the other supernatural folks in the area. Granted, she actually is, but not for the reasons you’d think.
Of course, Adam is left at home, and their mate bond is absolutely, dead silent. So he quickly assembles a team to go figure out what’s going on, and they’re ready to go with the vampire king contacts them.
I really liked this book. It’s nice to be in a new location, and the author has some fun with it – the Golem of Prague makes an appearance. It’s also interesting to start and see the repercussions of Mercy declaring their towns a free area for all supernatural people – clearly that’s not going to sit well with everyone. Another enjoyable book in this series.