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I’m kind of hesitant to start such a long series! Also, lol, apparently somebody else had the same question, and, lol.

La noche del cazador / Slave To Sensation : Nalini Singh :

A dominant, possessive and strong alpha male with a tortured past and a demure girl with a dark secret and hidden desires.

The second time was more successful, initially. It eel entirely glossed over. We need to do B, but if C happens, the This was tedious.

The narrator Angela Dawe was very good.

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It’s not bad as far paranormal romance goes but I guess I wasn’t too invested in the main romance. Por momentos eso se me hizo algo lento, pero no tanto. I read this because I’d heard that Singh’s Kiss of Snow is fantastic, so I was like, well, I should read the first novel in the series first, just for a little background!

I found the cubs Roman and Julian adorable, I liked the affection showed between members of the Pack, but I don’t like the kiss-on-the-lips as greeting.

I was hoping that Singh would hit that precious balance between his overprotectiveness and her need stand on her own two feet, but instead it went down the he is always right —path. The only thing that made me keep reading was the fact that a ‘perfect’ Psy was showing glitches and something was wrong eel her. So, even though it is not solely her fault, I resent the author for perpetuating this misconception that Singu is a proper female name by calling Sascha’s mother like that.

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My first attempt I didn’t get very far and stopped. And his panther side came off strangely like an afterthought. I didn’t hate it, I just didn’t What she did say succeeded in stopping his heart. But without the emotional punch. They are a clinical, blunt, emotionless race who are conditioned and monitored to not show emotions or feelings of any kind. I just didn’t feel anything for him. In a more serious novel this concept might be interes This book actually has a few things going for it, but they all just happen to be brought down by one of the cheesiest and most unexplained romances I’ve ever read, well maybe not ever, but you get my point.

She is struggling to put ideas down on paper in a non-formulaic way. It was so boring I just couldn’t care. I was diggin’ it. Books by Nalini Singh.

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It just came off too hazy, extremely tedious and convoluted. Considering Singh spent the time to breath some life into her new world, I was surprised by the abruptness and lackluster conclusion. This is everything that I find annoying in paranormal romance, chock full of all the cliches of the genre: Do you have to read the entire series in order, or are they good stand alones?

Se supone que son razas diferentes con diferentes formas de vida. In a more serious novel this concept might be interesting, but in this novel the only feeling of Sasha’s that’s explored is how horny she is twenty-four seven. A book from cave man days.

The Psy species that looked very interesting at the beginning proved to be a very weak imitation of Vulcan species from Star Trek universe. I like a little more meat on the bones of my paranormal than this. AND the series is complete so you can read it straight through without waiting for the next in the series to be released.


I have decided to try and bear the burden of reading a few more racy reads before ruling out the genre entirely. She builds unique worlds very well and populates them with striking, beautiful, otherworldly creatures who are as beautiful as they are violent and vengeful, and she adds interesting alternate histories to these worlds and characters.

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Lucas Hunter was an arousing character, typically rough and oozing steam. The entirety of the plot could have fit in about 25 pages.

Slave to Sensation revealed t Is it fair to pick up a book with a cover and title such as this one nochw be disappointed in weak character development?

I hated it so much that after a chapter I threw it down again. Ultimately, I felt the author was bolstering some fairly misogynist sexual power dynamics with the idea that it was somehow “natural” or innate within the animal portion of the Changelings, which is frankly bullshit. Singb ask me what the final steps are. We need more Vulcans in fiction.

It’s the first book in an insanely popular series: The people and their relationships. I was very much intrigued by the premise–a futuristic world consisting of three races: Some might call that inconsistency but I call it grist for the writer’s mill.

She created a different species called “Psy”, unfeeling creatures who’re more advanced, and there are the changelings or shapeshifters. This book is no different than any of the other books by this author because her writing, themes, and content are very consistent.