Review: Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs

Cover for Hunting Ground by Patricia Briggs

Title: Hunting Ground

Author: Patricia Briggs

Series: Alpha & Omega #2

Pages: 320

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Charles and Anna have been tasked with meeting the European wolves about Bran’s controversial proposition to reveal werewolves to humans. While most of the alphas seem agreeable, the most feared and controlling of them isn’t and he makes it well known. There is also the issue of the vampire attacks against Anna. 

I really enjoyed this one. Anna is becoming more confident in herself, her abilities, and in her relationship with Charles. They are more of a team now than in the previous book. There are still a few times where Anna’s PTSD rears its head and interferes with what is going on, but they work it out together. 

Another thing I found great about this book is that we finally get to see some of the European pack members and omegas. I love learning about how different packs interact in different areas of the world. This is also the first introduction to the fae in this series. Dana is helping moderate at the summit so we get to see both the good and bad of that. I found her fascinating and enjoyed learning about who and what she was. Patricia Briggs does an amazing job with creating a rich and fascinating world, and this book really shows that with all the new character and races. 

Trigger Warnings: Anna was beaten and raped repeatedly. She was also turned against her will. 

Goodreads / Amazon

Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.5 Alpha & Omega
#1 Cry Wolf

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