Review: Fair Game by Patricia Briggs

Title: Fair Game

Author: Patricia Briggs

Series: Alpha & Omega #3

Genre: Urban fantasy

Pages: 304

5 stars - I loved it!
5 stars – I loved it!

Charles and Anna have been tasked with helping the FBI track down a serial killer who has killed three werewolves. They quickly realize that the victims weren’t only werewolves but fae, and that the killer is targeting only supernaturals. 

This was a very interesting adventure for Anna and Charles. Charles is struggling to deal with his guilt from killing so many wolves for minor infractions. It has put a strain on Anna and Charles’ relationship. Bran sends them to help the FBI hoping that it will give Charles a break and allow him to work off some of his guilt. I actually enjoyed that this one was more about Charles issues instead of Anna’s. It makes him more human and relatable. Their relationship has come a long way since the first book and you can really see that in this one. They become stronger with every issue they face, which is how it should be. 

One of the things that I really enjoyed about this book was the cooperation between the humans, fae, and wolves. They are all working together to bring down this serial killer and it just made a more suspenseful hunt. I found Alistair Beauclaire very fascinating, and surprisingly emotional and caring for being a fae. I really want to know more about him. 

This was a thrilling and emotional hunt for Charles and Anna. I think this might be my favorite adventure of theirs so far. I can’t wait to see what mission they will be given next.
Trigger Warnings: Rape, Murder,


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Previous books and reviews for the series:

#0.5 Alpha & Omega
#1 Cry Wolf
#2 Hunting Ground


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