Nalini Singh does it again an amazing book that makes you love each and every character... minus the bad guys
I love Clay, he's been through so much and he honestly need the love that is provided in this book. But Talin also been through hell and back, but she's a survivor.
I hoenstly love Faith, and if you read her story you would know that what she see's is not for the weak. But in this book I actually did not like her all that much.
I found myself often asking myself, "Who does she thinks she trying to get between Clay and Talin! she needs to keep away from them! They go way back to the point when they we're kids."
I did not like the fact that she just automatically felt like she can tell Talin to stay away from Clay. NO! She did not even give the girl a chance. Esp since the way that she treated Talin was unfair. No one treated her like that but she felt like she can treat Talin like that No! But just because Talin is a human does not mean she cannot hold her own against Faith. The way she comes at Faith had me laughing. Love her backbone!
But Clay is a man after my heart. I love how rough he is, as well as his protectiveness and possessive over Talin. But don't sleep on Talin, she feels the exact same way about Clay.
This book is not a disappointment, there is more going on that meets the eye, and when you finally discover it you will be amaze and excited as I was when I read this book.
3.6 stars. Very good, very interesting series. Love how unique a setting the Psy/changeling mix creates.
Book #4 involves heart-wrenching issues no doubt buy they work through them and accomplish forgiveness and trust. Even though it’s all very sad to read in the first half of the book, we know we'll get our happy ending cause it's PNR romance and not a fiction read (where you're never sure what you’re gonna get in the end) so we know the HEA's coming! In fact these are the first 4 Nalini Singh books I've read and I've found the endings to be not-so-much adrenaline filled but instead ooh-so-sweet-romance-with-minor-plot-resolving type of endings.
Talin's isn't your typical h and fits imo to a possibly real-life personality of someone with such an abused past. They can't all be Sasha unfortunately (who I loved most). Talin's character necessarily needed to be rather unlikeable initially cause that's what realistically abused people can be like. Their self-loathing makes them assume that everybody will/does hate/judge them so why try and be nice. She got my sympathies but I sure don't like an "eternal victim" (20 years have passed!) so I'm glad it didn't take long for her to progress out of her funk while she and Clay both worked at healing from the pain of the past together.
Enjoyed the book but not quite as much as the others. Clay's personality is another non-favorite as the guy doesn't know how to give a compliment to someone who desperately needs one! She kept saying "I adore you..." his response was to just kiss/bite/lick her!!! Finally by about 315ish pages he gives way to compliments but was sure skimpy with that beforehand.
Another thing, Talin has a photographic memory...why wasn't she more of a source of information? Having read all the books in a library (and retaining it all) why didn't she know more about everything? Not geeky enough imo to fit. NS is very intellectual herself...I think she could have painted Talin as being more knowledgeable about everything not just "good at puzzle/patterns".
Look forward to Dorian next. His charm will be a nice change from the stoic Clay.
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