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More Psy less Changelling
on 31 May 2011
The second book in a row which takes place away from the changelling packs. Max, a human law enforcement officer who first appeared in Clay & Tally's book 'Mine to Possess', falls for a J-Psy whilst investigating a both a human serial killer and suspicious deaths at Psy Councillor Nikita Duncan's business empire. This book moves ths overall story forward, particularly regarding the development of Nikita and her willingness to accept the 'emotional' Psy in the Net and there are also hints dropped about Kaleb Krychek. The DarkRiver pack play quite a large role but overall the main focus is on the Psy.
Perhaps this book suffers for being the second in a row taking us away from the key protagonists in the changelling packs and the characters we've come to know, and there's no doubt that 'flawed' Psy women are beginning to become a touch predictable. I enjoyed it more for the ongoing arc than the stand-alone story, although Singh continues to write her characters with warmth and romance which makes it a good, if not "un-put-downable read."