Caressed by Ice

Caressed By Ice

By Nalini Singh

Psy-Changeling, book # 3

Category: Paranormal Romance

 Overall Rating: 4.1

  • Captivation: 4.5
  • Sizzle: 4
  • Romance: 4
  • Enjoyment: 4.5
  • Literacy: 3.5

Book Description: As an Arrow, an elite soldier in the Psy Council ranks, Judd Lauren was forced to do terrible things in the name of his people. Now a defector, his dark abilities have made him the most deadly of assassins—cold, pitiless, unfeeling. Until he meets Brenna… 

Brenna Shane Kincaid was an innocent before she was abducted—and had her mind violated—by a serial killer. Her sense of evil runs so deep, she fears she could become a killer herself. Then the first dead body is found, victim of a familiar madness. Judd is her only hope, yet her sensual changeling side rebels against the inhuman chill of his personality, even as desire explodes between them. Shocking and raw, their passion is a danger that threatens not only their hearts, but their very lives…

Captivation:  Love this book!  Both main characters have so much to deal with on top of dealing with the overall plot of the series… and Nalini Singh does a truly wonderous job putting it all together in this one.

Sizzle: There is some serious tension, and not as much true physical intimacy in this book, but what there is… is pretty great!

Romance: I really like how the main characters interact and bond in this one.  Nalini Singh really does a fantastic job building relationships unique to the characters without leaving the reader feeling like we’ve read that scene before.

Enjoyment: This series continues to move and evolve the main plot, the prior-introduced characters, and an individual plot.  It is a truly fantastic world being built, it’s just fantastical enough to make the imagination run rampant, but with enough of the real world to make it relatable.

Literacy:   The mistakes continued in this book, more this time, and some distracting enough that I had to pause and read sentences over a few times.

Overall, I enjoy this book and series a lot, and this book is no exception.  This is on my Read Again book shelf.

 

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