This installment we get a tantalizing peek into who Mercy's father may be, and in true Mercy fashion, the story is not simple and never completely spelled out. Events also taking place are Mercy & Adam's honeymoon and we get to see them outside of the pack's system and it proves to be both sweet and surprising. But as in all Mercy books there is a villain and this one is a real bitch.
The only problem I had with this book is that in parts it dragged and seemed as if Briggs were trying to give homage to all the Native American tribes she could find, and it felt forced and insincere, though, I'm sure she's not at all. Anyway, despite this I like seeing Mercy & Adam on their own but I hope the next book sees them closer to home and features something with Stefan & Sam. I'd love to see these guys find somebody of their own to love.