"Burn Bright" written by the talented and famous urban fantasy author Patricia Briggs brings the conclusion to the series Alpha and Omega.
The characters and settings are developed and relatable. The meaning behind Burn Bright is apparent and draws the audience's attention to why certain cultural rites are important in tribal groups.
I enjoyed how the community came together during the crisis. Charles and Anna work extremely well together as their love grows deeper.
The emotional pull runs deep throughout the narrative and left me with a sense of longing for the key older characters as they move on to a higher plane in the Universe.
In her bestselling Alpha and Omega series, Patricia Briggs "spins tales of werewolves, coyote shifters, and magic and, my, does she do it well" (USATODAY.com). Now mated werewolves Charles Cornick and Anna Latham face a threat like no other--one that lurks too close to home...
They are the wild and the broken. The werewolves too damaged to live safely among their own kind. For their own good, they have been exiled to the outskirts of Aspen Creek, Montana. Close enough to the Marrok's pack to have its support; far enough away to not cause any harm.
With their Alpha out of the country, Charles and Anna are on call when an SOS comes in from the fae mate of one such wildling. Heading into the mountainous wilderness, they interrupt the abduction of the wolf--but can't stop blood from being shed. Now Charles and Anna must use their skills--his as enforcer, hers as peacemaker--to track down the attackers, reopening a painful chapter in the past that springs from the darkest magic of the witchborn...