After their surprising wedding, Adam plans a ten-day camping honeymoon in a luxury trailer at a new campground they have all to themselves, but of course nothing ever goes as planned when Mercy is involved. The trailer and campground were loaned to them by the fae, and there were some ulterior motives behind it. After rescuing a Native American man from the river, they become involved in a plan to rid the river from the evil being that is preying on anyone who comes near. Mercy meets the spirit of her father for the first time, as well as some interesting Native American walkers and medicine men, including Coyote. I loved seeing Mercy learn more about her beginnings and her heritage and seeing the honeymooners have some alone time - at least they got some of that before all the excitement began. Because werewolves aren’t able to swim, most of the action centers on her and her new walker friends, which frustrates poor Adam, who wants nothing more than to protect his mate. Mercy can never stay out of trouble, but seeing her fight through it all is always a treat. This was a really great addition to the Mercy Thompson series, and I can’t wait to see what trouble Mercy gets into (and out of) next.