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review 2018-10-23 21:55
Shards of Hope by Nalini Singh
Shards of Hope (Psy/Changeling) - Nalini Singh

Really good. It's one of the longest if not the longest psy-changeling novel but I still wanted more. The way the Arrows started to build their society was so fascinating and I liked how all these different groups were trying to work together. There were old characters and amazing new ones and while some of the old villains were still lurking around they had a terrifying new foe, who wasn't picky while choosing its targets.
This is definitely my favourite paranormal series.

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review 2018-10-13 23:29
Night Shift by Nalini Singh, Ilona Andrews, Lisa Shearin, Milla Vane
Night Shift - Nalini Singh,Lisa Shearin,Ilona Andrews,Milla Vane

The Secrets of Midnight by Nalini Singh

Such a cute and wonderful story. It's predictable, but so fun to read. 4.5 stars

Magic Steals by Ilona Andrews
Fantastic world, great storyline, and awesome characters. I fell in love with Jim and really appreciated that Dali wasn't "a gorgeous kick-ass heroine with amazing rack". Such a nice change. More than 5 stars

Lucky Charms by Lisa Shearin
Interesting world. There were too many characters and they weren't as solid as in the first two stories. But Mac's work sounded interesting and for the prequel novella, it was good enough to make me interested in reading the first book of the series. 4 stars

The Beast of Blackmoor by Milla Vane
Big disappointment. The story wasn't urban fantasy or paranormal romance. It was erotica and I didn't like the style or the setting. The characters were okay, but there was too much sex in it and the way these scenes were written was just creepy. 2 stars

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text 2017-02-01 10:59
January In Books
Allegiance of Honor (Psy/Changelings) - Nalini Singh
Assorted Fantasies - Joel Puga
White Rabbit Society Part One - Brendan Detzner
Slave to Sensation - Nalini Singh

So I will admit, for me, I have started this year out slow. Only 3 new books and one re-read. I do re-read the Psy/Changeling series alot though, I just cannot seem to get enough of that fantastic world Nalini has created. However I think for February I am going to aim for 5 new books. This is going to be an interesting challenge for myself, between kids activities, birthdays, other events AND hopefully starting some study, fingers crossed I can meet my own goal. It's not like I don't have plenty of new and exciting books waiting

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review 2017-01-05 14:18
DNF - and I can't believe I have to say that...
Allegiance of Honor (Psy/Changelings) - Nalini Singh

This is one of my favourite authors.

 

One of my favourite genres (UF).

 

One of my top 5 favourite series.

 

And it was dead boring.

 

There were too many characters, too much jumping around. Too much warmed-up drama.

It is the 15th book in this series. And it shows.

 

I stopped reading after roughly the first third because I noticed I hadn't touched my kindle in three days. I was loathe to continue reading. I even preferred a walk to reading on. A WALK. Which is exercise. This is not completely unheard of for me. But it is rare.

 

So. No, this didn't work for me.

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review 2016-11-27 00:00
Blaze of Memory (Psy-Changelings, Book 7): Psy-Changelings Series, Book 7
Blaze of Memory (Psy-Changelings, Book 7): Psy-Changelings Series, Book 7 - Nalini Singh 3.5 stars

While I am still a huge fan of this series, I was not totally engaged in this installment. I just don't find the Psy characters as interesting as the Shifters. I am partial to the wolves, but the cats are a favorite, too. Thankfully there were cameos from characters from previous books - it's always fun catching up with them.

The Forgotten played a huge role here. I am warming up, gradually, to them. Their talents are more diverse and compelling than those of the pure blooded Psy. I can hardly wait until more of their abilities are put on display.

Amnesia stories are always hit or miss with me, so Katya's bout with memory loss was kind of meh for me. I just don't find this plot very interesting. I found Dev far more interesting - his affinity with metal would come in handy, and it made him powerful too. While this wasn't my favorite entry in the series, the world-building clicked along, introducing more elements to Singh's Psy-Changeling universe to keep me engaged in the world.

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