Ali Tarboush Tarboush من عند Altındere Köyü, 61750 Altındere Köyü/Maçka/Trabzon, تركيا
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RIVER MARKED is the sixth book in the Mercy Thompson series and starts off with the long awaited wedding, complete with balloons and butterflies. In fact everything that Mercy dreaded would happen and was hoping to avoid by eloping with Adam. Mercy Thompson is a mechanic and a coyote shapeshifter; her mate, and now husband, Adam is the alpha male of the local werewolf pack and runs a security business. Finally united they leave the pack behind and head off on a camping trip beside the Columbia River to indulge in a little peace and quiet. How wrong they are! In the deep, cool and inviting waters of the Columbia River lingers an ancient evil, a nasty insatiable river monster who is devouring people up and down from where the loved up twosome are camped and ensuring that peace and quiet is NOT what is going to happen. As it is their honeymoon, Mercy and Adam are away from their pack, friends and allies and have to depend on a whole new bunch of characters for support. RIVER MARKED also leaves the European fae folk and introduces us to Native American magic and Mercy’s particular background. So far Mercy and the reader know little about how the child of a non-magical white mother and shapeshifting Native American father manages to have the ability to shapeshift, by rights it should have happened. Raised by a pack of werewolves, Mercy has had no contact with her father’s side of the family. Now she does and learns more about her heritage and her abilities as she prepares to do battle with the monster as apparently it is her uniqueness that makes her the only person who stands a chance at defeating it. Mercy is not only strong in character and tough but she’s smart, loyal and genuinely wanting to do good by others. Adam is her equal in every way – he is a bit of a fighter – but he is responsible for keeping his pack in line so can’t be too soft. There is more romance in RIVER MARKED, well it is a honeymoon after all, but there is still the edge of the seat action and life threatening punch ups that I have come to expect. This is Urban Fantasy at its best – roll on book seven!