Shifter's Wolf

Shifter's Wolf

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Penguin Putnam
#1 New York Times bestselling author Patricia Briggs presents a collection that includes the first two novels in her Sianim series—together in one volume.

Before there was Mercy Thompson...In a world far removed from the Alpha and Omega werewolves...There was the shapeshifting mercenary Aralorn.


After an upbringing of proper behavior and oppressive expectations, Aralorn has fled her noble birthright for a life of adventure as a mercenary spy. Her latest mission involves gathering intelligence on the increasingly charismatic and dangerous sorcerer Geoffrey ae’Magi. But in a war against an adversary armed with the power of illusion, how do you know who the true enemy is—or where he will strike next?


For the last ten years, Aralorn has led a dangerous existence. Now she must return home, for her noble father, the Lyon of Lambshold, has passed away. But when Aralorn and her companion Wolf arrive, they find that not only is he not dead, but a darkness is very much alive within him...

Baker & Taylor
Both stories follow Aralorn, a woman who runs away from her aristocratic upbringing to be a mercenary spy, and ten years later returns home to find a strange darkness growing in her "dead" father.

Edition: Ace trade paperback edition
ISBN: 9780425264218
Branch Call Number: SF BRIGGS
Characteristics: 529 p


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Jun 02, 2018

I love the Alpha and Omega series and the Mercy Thompson series. These stories, like most of the stories not in those two series is hard to get into. If you just stick with it until about page 10, the stories get quite interesting. Shape shifters, magicians, evil wizards, ghosts and vampires--and a sexy boyfriend. What more do you want in a fantasy? Oh, the hero is a woman.


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