By now (book 10) there is so much going on and I appreciate Ms Singh kept it all going. I also liked that this was mostly about Hawk and Sienna, but found myself getting completely caught up in Lara & Walker's story.
Even though I'd been waiting since like, book 3 or whatever for the Sienna/Hawk drama to go down, I was blindsided by the quiet Lara and Walker story, and almost wished it had been more about them (thank goodness the Wild Invitation short stories are out on Audio, one of which focusing on these two). Not that all of the dominant ladies aren't fun to read about, but I am SUCH a sucker for subtle love stories. Still waters run deep and all that.
Ms Singh really kicks it into high gear with this book. There is some serious action and some serious romance. She really laid it all out and I think it paid off. I am SO glad I decided to download the first book in this series. Assuming the end of the series doesn't fall flat on its face, I bet this will be a perennial favorite for me. (For reference, my other fav Paranormal Romance series is Immortals After Dark. They are not really similar outside of being in the same genre, but both have that certain something that sets them above the rest, IMHO.)
Fire meets ice.
Honestly I don't know what I can compare this book too.
She just does the character voices sooooo well.
This is my favorite book in the series. I have listened to it at least 7 times. I love the way things just kept building up and how they didn't just fall right into each other. The hero was having a hard time of letting go in his mind but his heart knew what was really right for him and the heroine who is really strong knew how to push buttons and keep it moving without seeming like she was desperate for him.
I think this is my favorite of all the books in this series. Of course I haven't read the next one but I find it hard to believe it will out do this one. Hawk and Sienna are a wonderful couple as are Walker and Lauren. Everything came together in this book. Really good romance and a huge battle. Really great characters and well thought out plot. I can't wait to see where the next one goes.
This is one of my favorite books in the Psy-Changeling series. I waited for Hawke's story for so long. He deserved somebody like Sienna. They deserved each other. I also enjoyed the way the relationships have grown, especially the relationship between the SnowDancers and DarkRiver. War is looming over the horizon and things can't get any easier for the characters.
I loved the bar scenes. I could just picture Hawke's face on he found Sienna. I couldn't stop laughing. I also enjoyed his playfulness in this book.
Yes, if you like this series you'll love this one.
It chronicles wolf and answers many questions about the backstory
Couldn't choose just one.
I enjoyed the whole book had a hard time putting it down
Yes, the audio version is wonderful because the narrator is truly gifted.
The best and most memorable moments in Kiss of Snow are between Walker and Lara.
Walker, Lara, and Hawk
No...no extreme reaction. I just enjoyed it.
Tay and Zi's Mom
This book has been a long time coming. Earlier books in the series have built up to this moment. I found the book to be very good. I enjoyed the incredible storyline. I love how nalini includes the characters from previous books. I can invision the psy-changeling world in my mind. The book is a little slow to build, but worth the wait. Even though I realize this is fiction, some of the powers seemed a little too over the top for me. Even in fiction, one likes to imagine that certain things could *possibly* happen. This book is important to the series as a whole. It is worth the credit.
Hello, my name is Teresa and I'm an addict.
This book has a big build up from the previous nine stories. I wasn't looking foward to this story because, I was afraid it would be a let down. Also I thought Hawk was going to be a jerk. But to my suprise it was really good and worth the wait. There was also the cute side story of Laura and Walker. I always like it when there is an arcing in the story line and more than one character is affected. I also like the part with Lucas and Sasha.