Psy/Changeling Series

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Ocean Light

If you're a fan of urban fantasy or paranormal romance, I imagine you're familiar with Nalini Singh's Psy/Changeling series. I discovered it back in 2006, and I've been a devoted fan ever since. Ocean Light is the seventeenth installment, and the second entry in a sort of second story arc called the ...

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Slave to Sensation (#58 on AAR's Top 100 Romances)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on September 30, 2006 This is the first book I've read by Nalini Singh, but it won’t be my last. I kept wishing that work would stop interrupting my reading time...isn’t a three hour lunch acceptable these days? The author created an all-around terri ...

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Night Shift

Night Shift is a collection of three alternate reality/paranormal romances and one fantasy romance, all by established genre authors. The first three stories were solid visits to worlds those authors have written about in other books, which contributes to the generally-strong worldbuilding in the co ...

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Wild Embrace

Wild Embrace is a selection of stories set in Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling world.  I found the anthology to be uneven, with the first story excellent and the last one flirting with a D. None of the tales are really “stand-alone” novellas – they will work well only for readers familiar with ...

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Wild Embrace

I have long been a fan of Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling series. I remember vividly the first time I opened up Slave to Sensation, and I’ve consistently snapped up the fourteen books that followed as soon as they were released. Wild Embrace has proved no different regarding either my excitement l ...

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Shield of Winter

After a while it gets hard to judge books in a series. When the author delivers exactly what we want the books can be repetitious. When the author delivers something new fans can become rabid, snarling beasts that didn’t get the “fix” they were looking for. This is the thirteenth full length n ...

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Tangle of Need

Communication, the experts tell us, is the key to a good relationship. Romance seems to run on bad communication - from the Big Mis to the straight out lies for their lover's good, our heroes and heroines rarely work out their communication problems before the end of the novel. I have no problem wit ...

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Kiss of Snow

Since the introduction of Hawke, leader of the SnowDancer wolf pack, and Sienna Lauren, a Cardinal X-Psy given sanctuary with the pack, readers have been anxiously awaiting their romance. The tenth book in the series (and Ms. Singh's first hardback) finally grants our wish. Kiss of Snow is a s ...

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Play of Passion

I didn't date many younger men back when I was doing the singles scene. For some reason, I was always attracted to older guys. But I'll admit that in romance I find this scenario fascinating. Should an age difference like that affect the the dynamic of the h/h relationship? Does it stay equal? Is th ...

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Blaze of Memory

Roundabout Book 4 in Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling series, I decided the magic was lost and stopped anticipating new installments. My main concerns were the possessive natures of contemporary men explained away by animal genetics, and the neediness of the women who, though thankfully never stupid, ...