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Book: Tangle of Need (Psy-Changeling #11) by Nalini Singh
Genre: PRN (paranormal romance with Changelings and Psys)
Published year: 2012
Rating: 5 out of 5 (*****)
The blurb:
Adria, wolf changeling and resilient soldier, has made a break with the past—one as unpredictable in love as it was in war. Now comes a new territory, and a devastating new complication: Riaz, a SnowDancer lieutenant already sworn to a desperate woman who belongs to another.

For Riaz, the primal attraction he feels for Adria is a staggering betrayal. For Adria, his dangerous lone-wolf appeal is beyond sexual. It consumes her. It terrifies her. It threatens to undermine everything she has built of her new life. But fighting their wild compulsion toward one another proves a losing battle.

Their coming together is an inferno…and a melding of two wounded souls who promise each other no commitment, no ties, no bonds. Only pleasure. Too late, they realize that they have more to lose than they ever imagined. Drawn into a cataclysmic Psy war that may alter the fate of the world itself, they must make a decision that might just break them both.

My Review:
Tangle of Need starts when Kiss of Snow ended.

This book somehow acted as transition. On one hand we are in the lull following the huge battle that took place in Kiss of Snow, and on the other hand the different pieces on the chessboard continue to advance with alliances being created and existing relationships/links being consolidated. Also we can sense that the story is softly shifting toward the PsyNet.

Riaz, lone-wolf and one of Hawke's lieutenant and Adria, SnowDancer senior soldier form the primary couple. Dispite the strong attraction they feel for each other, their relationship starts off very badly. To be really honest, I have to admit that even though their relationship was hot and beautiful and I really loved how Nalini Singh handled the mating bond matter, I was more interested in how the general plot and Hawke and Sienna mating were evolving.

I loved the appearance of all the other previous heroes. The Judd’s fan club bit as well as Faith’s hysterics were hilarious. I also loved Aden, Vasic and Kaleb participations.

I didn't like one thing in this book: the bloody cliffhanger!
« Last Edit: March 20, 2013, 03:08 AM by lulu7005 »
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