Silver Silence (Psy-Changeling Trinity #1) by Nalini Singh #BookReview
Poison and psy and bears, oh my! This first story in Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling Trinity series prowls into the land of the bear shifters, and they are at once lovable and ferocious. Bear Alpha Valentin Nikolaev has his eye on Silver Mercant, and he isn't frightened away by her forever dedication to the controversial Silence protocol. A paranormal romance full of boisterous laughter, big hearts, and unbreakable ties, Silver Silence is exactly what the Psy-Changeling series needed to reboot and reinvigorate.
June 3, 2016
What’s in store for the Psy-Changeling series? Nalini Singh chats about Allegiance of Honor!
If you're a Psy-Changeling fan and have read Allegiance of Honor, you know this story is not like the others in the series, and you may have been left wondering...what's next? Nalini Singh had something to say about that, and I'm happy to share it with you here in this Q&A!
Q: Is Allegiance of Honor the end of the Psy-Changeling series?
May 16, 2016
Allegiance of Honor (Psy-Changeling #15) by Nalini Singh #BookReview
I said in a recent review that I have a very small list of auto-buy authors right now: Nalini Singh is one of that elite group. And after my initial doubt in this story, my faith is fully restored. More than! Allegiance of Honor has no central main couple. This is unusual for not only the Psy-Changeling series but also for books and series in this genre mashup (paranormal romance/urban fantasy).
This is a rewarding story for long-time fans of the series. Maybe it's the calm before the storm, or maybe it's a hard-earned respite from tragedy, but I came away from Allegiance of Honor feeling happy and hopeful and still wanting even more from this series. The plot threads are [...]
May 25, 2015
Early Book Review: Shards of Hope (Psy-Changeling #14) by Nalini Singh
If you're considering reading Shards of Hope, you're probably already a fan of Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series. If not, and you're looking to try it out, start from the beginning with Slave to Sensation. Fans of Singh know she is a master of the slow burn, and that technique meshes perfectly with her Psy-Psy couple romances. We've already seen a few Arrow stories, so I was a little worried about Aden and Zaira coming off as tired or repetitive, but I shouldn't have been. This is Nalini Singh: she never disappoints.
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