Vasic is an arrow, a deadly assassin that has a blood stained history. Now that Silence has fallen they need to combat the darkness that’s causing Psy to go into murderous rages. The theory is that empath who have been nearly wiped out will save their race. Vasic is now in charge of protected the E-psy Ivy but neither of them are prepared for the bond the form or the healing that may just save their future…
Vasic is sexy and gorgeous and wounded. Ivy is equally as injured by the psy councils trying to destroy her empath abilities. I love the romance between these two. They both needed someone so badly and I enjoy their journey. Oh, the whole thing about accidentally teleporting places when their being romantic is freaking brilliant! Their story is balanced with the horror of the psy going crazy and the previous characters banding together to find a way to save their race. This is probably my second favorite book in the series. It is so beautiful and sweet but action packed.
If you haven’t read the Psy-Changleling series yet, what are you waiting for?! Shields of Winter is another amazing story in a phenomenal series!
This is not only my favorite book of the series but it’s one of my favorite books of all time!
Kaleb is the most powerful Psy on the planet. He can literally cause earthquakes, teleport anywhere in the world and destroy the planet if he so choose. Growing up with a madman for a guardian has made him hard and cold. That is, until he find the woman he’s been searching six years for. Sahara was taken and tortured as a child, she’s only held on because she created a labyrinth in her mind to protect herself. When Kaleb rescues here she has no idea who he is or that they have violent past. As the Pure Psy set about more plots to destroy those they deem unworthy, Sahara begins to remember and Kaleb starts to thaw…...
Complete and utter girly squeal on this book. Seriously, I am in love with this story. I love Kaleb and his horrible childhood. I love how Sahara’s has to deal with her own crappy childhood. I love how they come together and heal each other. I love, love, love this book. Over the course of the book, Kaleb begins to open up and show his true heart. Sahara brings out the best in him. There also a great amount of action that pushes the story forward.
Heart of Obsidian is an amazing story about hurt, healing and ass kicking. A must read!
This book is really two romances in one. Hawke and Sienna. There’s also the tangled tale of Lara and Walker. As these four are trying to find their way to each other the Psy are getting bolder. The biggest attack is in on the verge of happening. Hawke has to decide if he wants to open up and let Sienna in…
There were a lot of scene changes in here with a lot of characters so that is kind of jumpy. However, I love this story! The push and pull between Hawke and Sienna is intoxicating. Their romance is a beautiful dance as the action builds up to a big fight between Psy and Changeling. Lara and Walker’s romance is sweet but I’m not as enamored of them as I am with Sienna and Hawke. I’ve already ordered the next three books in this series. If you haven’t read it yet, I highly recommend you start at book one. It’s a long story but each book has its own amazing tale.
Play of Passion by Nalini Singh
Genre: Paranormal, shifter, romance
Length: Novel (Paperback – purchase)
TBR Reviewer: Brutally Honest
Rating: 3 Stars – It was okay.
Heat: 4 handcuffs - An erotic ride.
I love the Psy series so I immediately picked this book up. I’m sorry to say that was a mistake. This was so jumpy. There were multiple character pov’s and I had a hard time keeping track of who’s who. That said, the hero and heroine already knew each other. Apparently, they’ve been friends since childhood but I didn’t feel that between them. They were too disjointed. The personality didn’t match the action. The sex was hot but with the characters so unbelievable it didn’t have that emotion impact. Overall, it was okay of a story. I liked the progression made in the psy world with Silence and Pure.
This was not Nalini Singh’s best work. I suggest picking up some of her other books.