Play of Passion
By Nalini Singh
Psy-Changeling, book # 9
Category: Paranormal Romance
Overall Rating: 4
Book Description: In his position as tracker for the SnowDancer pack, it’s up to Drew Kincaid to rein in rogue changelings who have lost control of their animal halves—even if it means killing those who have gone too far. But nothing in his life has prepared him for the battle he must now wage to win the heart of a woman who makes his body ignite…and who threatens to enslave his wolf.
Lieutenant Indigo Riviere doesn’t easily allow skin privileges, especially of the sensual kind—and the last person she expects to find herself craving is the most wickedly playful male in the den. Everything she knows tells her to pull back before the flames burn them both to ash…but she hasn’t counted on Drew’s will.
Now, two of SnowDancer’s most stubborn wolves find themselves playing a hot, sexy game even as lethal danger stalks the very place they call home…
Captivation: I wouldn’t say I was “captivated” by this book right off from the start, but it did quickly catch and hold my attention. The two main characters and their interaction with each other is a definite entertainment.
Sizzle: Part of me struggled with some of the initial physical relationship in this book, but the main characters resolve that unconformability for me by reacting in what felt an appropriate way. After that, the intimate scenes were fantastic entertainment.
Romance: The romantic relationship building in this book took a bit to get off the ground, but once truly started, it was a really great build. The main characters are an entertaining couple and it’s quite a fun, and at times, dramatic read.
Enjoyment: I liked this book a lot. The personalities of the characters in general is entertainment, but the main male character takes center stage and steals the show. The book is a fantastic read without even the romance factor, just to view his antics.
Literacy: Pretty standard editing errors in this book, common errors, but not so numerous as to be distracting.
Overall, I really like this book. It runs a small gambit in the emotional ranges and takes your imagination on wonderful ride, This book stays on my Read Again bookshelf!