Fire Touched

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Fire touched is the 9th chapter in the Mercy Thompson novel series. The book is a paranormal science fiction fantasy with a beautiful story that would keep you mesmerized throughout its narration. It is even more fun in the audio format just as the feedback received from the followers of the novel and the series.

The book is artistically written by Patricia Briggs. The author is a maestro in case of producing the best urban fantasy novels and has quite a number of chapters to prove her worth in this specific genre. If a couple of novels are to be named from the archives of Patricia Griggs, then the worth mentioning ones are Moon Called and Storm Cursed.

The novel has been narrated by Lorelei King. Just as the other chapters in the Mercy Thompson novel series, Lorelei was once again at her best.

All the tension between humans and Fae are coming to a head. When shapeshifter Mercy Thompson and Adam, here werewolf friend are summoned for stopping a rampaging troll, things started to change all of a sudden. The both find themselves with something weird, which could be employed for pushing Fae to back down. It was also something that could forestall a complete open war. A where that has the history of a human child who was stolen many years ago by Fae.

Defying the most resourceful werewolf, humans and Fae, both Adam and Mercy along with their pack chose to defend the boy at any cost. But there is another significant question to consider here. The question is that who would protect or defend them from a boy who is actually fire touched?

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    1. This player or book is super glitchy. Hours of it were skipped over or played without sound. Terribly disappointing.


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