1. I guess I better try this series again. I only read the first book in the series and it was info overload for me. Maybe I will give them another shot this summer.

    • Marc: I would strongly suggest it. This series has a very large overarching story line that is best read and understood from the very beginning.

  2. I really enjoyed this one. Kaleb and Sahara make for a wonderful couple -which says a lot since they are two Psys. Their romance is so touching and I love that neither apologize for who they are.

    This one has such a different feel after so many Changeling-centric books, full of multiple characters and story lines. I agree – fans will enjoy!

    And I’m with you on Kaleb – I wasn’t a big fan *coughs KatieBabs coughs* but now… LOVE!! He can rock my world. *wink*

  3. Your review starts very similar to mine.

    The first thing I talked about was hwo to write a review when I couldn’t even mention the names of the H/h!

  4. I work for my parish library on the BookMobile and we have several patrons who read this series. I’ve never tried it, but after reading this review, I think I’m going to. It sounds like a very good read and thank you so much for this wonderful review.


  5. Kaleb makes the earth move literally for the woman he loves. Not many heroes I know of can do that. Their ending together was beautiful.

  6. A+ book! Possibly the best, definitely in the the top 3. The Psy plot was amazingly done as well, very topical and believable.

    Though I would give a poor grade to the marketing! The whole Ghost reveal… really not that big of a deal??? Cheap gimmick, IMO.

    • I kind of agree – It was fun for awhile with the secrets and build up but after a bit it got a little tiring. Still glad it was who it was :)

      • OK, I was wondering if I was the only one, lol. I loved loved loved the book. In my head Kaleb is like some hot hybrid of Judd and Spock or something. I’m already re-reading it.

        I just don’t understand the logic of the marketing? They told us we had to be unspoiled to properly enjoy the book. But then they spoiled us by saying they would reveal the Ghost. And then there was zero twist with who he was and so therefore they were the ones who spoiled his identity by revealing this. They are the ones who did it! I’m so confused….

        And to quote a famous football rant, THEY WERE WHO WE THOUGHT THEY WERE.

        Head hurts. Chicanery, I tell you. Pure chicanery!

  7. Yes, a top fave of the year, and fabulous for both the romance and the plot. Though Kaleb was intriguing along the way, I too wouldn’t have thought he’d become a favorite hero.

  8. I’m at 82% and I love it! I absolutely love this hero. This heroine. This story. This series. This review. I love everything about the Psy/Changeling series. Nalini Singh is a genius. The only thing I don’t love is that I’m almost done & I have to wait a year for the next one!

  9. I too was never a huge Kaleb fan but he totally won me over in this book! The more we learned about his and Sahara’s shared past the more I fell in love! It is going to be interesting to see where Nalini takes the series from here.

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