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Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs
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Jul 12, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: year-read-2009, series-ongoing, series-i-love, author-favorite, author-웃, my-re-reads, year-read-2012, sos-games-bsb-r5
Read in July, 2012 , read count: 2

First Read: 1 Sept 2009
Re-Read: 13 July 2012 (SOS Buddy Read)
[Initial rating remains]

Hunting Ground picks up shortly after Cry Wolf. Briggs' takes her time with these two and their (view spoiler) human mating process. They are both slowly, but steadily learning how to read each other and get closer to one another. One thing that is evident throughout the story - they will do whatever, whenever, to whomever that is necessary to protect the other. Seeing Anna become stronger and Charles open up is a joy for A&O fans. I love that Anna is able to surprise Charles with her strength.
"Seattle is a city with a certain ... panache. Never know what you are going to find when you come visit. Good food, friendly people ... Always something different."

Bran, in his determination to out the wolves to the general public, has been frustrated with Charles. Bran is set to meet with other Alphas in Seattle and Charles feels it's too risky. So, Charles goes in his stead along with Anna by his side. While there, they meet some interesting and some twisted weres, one intriguing fae and some wickedly talented witches.


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Reading Progress

08/29/2009 page 13
4.55% 1 comment
07/10/2012 page 1
0.0% "Re-Reading"
8.0% "“My grandfather would have loved to have met you,” he told her huskily. “He would have called you ‘She Moves Trees Out of His Path.’ ""
100.0% ""Seattle is a city with a certain ... panache. Never know what you are going to find when you come to visit.""
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