April 18, 2017

Book Review: Fractured Silence


Fractured Silence, by Carrie Ann Ryan is a captivating paranormal romance with continuing drama and plenty of issues to resolve amidst the wolf shifters that fall in love.

Parker Jamenson is a part of the Redwood Pack, yet he's connected to three packs, as well as the universal pack mediator. Due to insufficient housing, Parker is forced into living as a roommate with Brandon Brentwood, the Omega of the Talon Pack.

Humans are aware of the shifters' existence, and it's causing detrimental problems to the packs. Avery Montag is the daughter of the man who tried to destroy the shifters, yet she despises her deceased father and wants to assist the packs in proving to the humans that shifters aren't dangerous monsters. Unfortunately, she's forced into more than she planned.

Brandon and Parker agree to assist and protect Avery. However, the guys are both in pain and possibly dying, due to extreme circumstances that may only be healed once each find and claim their mate...or mates.

All three are hiding secrets from each other, as well as their families and the packs. As the story unfolds, the trio is forced to deal with health concerns, family complications, and issues from the past affecting their future, while falling in love and becoming mates.

Since it's the fifth book in the Talon Pack series, it's recommended to start with the first book, Wicked Wolf, since the overarching story line is more understandable after reading the previous books in the series. Also, it's recommended to read the connected Redwood Pack series, since there are numerous characters--most of which are family members--mentioned throughout the story. Plus, both book series are enjoyable to read.

Fractured Silence is an enthralling story with captivating characters. It's geared towards those who enjoy reading paranormal triad romances with some suspense interlaced into the story.


Note: I received this book from the author, who provided ARC copies for bloggers to write book reviews in exchange for books, yet the opinions expressed in this review are my own.

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