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Tangle of Need: Book 11 (Psy-Challenging) by [Singh, Nalini]
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Tangle of Need: Book 11 (Psy-Challenging) Kindle Edition

4.7 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews
Book 11 of 15 in PSY-CHANGELING SERIES (15 Book Series)
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Praise for Nalini Singh and her Psy-Changeling Novels:
The alpha author of paranormal romance. "Booklist "(Starred Review)
A must read for all of my fans. Christine Feehan, #1 "New York Times" bestselling author
Paranormal romance at its best. "Publishers Weekly "
A completely unique and utterly mesmerizing series. "Simply Romance Reviews "
I don t think there is a single paranormal series as well planned, well written, and downright fantabulous as Ms. Singh s Psy-Changeling series. "All About Romance"
I absolutely loved this book! Way to go Nalini! You truly are a phenomenal story teller. "Night Owl Reviews "
To-die-for. Nalini Singh s talent for mixing romance with world-building continues to be unmatched. There s laughter and tears, hope and fear, love and loss. "Joyfully Recommended ""

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Discover the exhilaration of breathtaking passion in the new Psy-Changeling novel by Nalini Singh.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1106 KB
  • Print Length: 433 pages
  • Publisher: Gollancz (7 Jun. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0079STF52
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 49 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #40,652 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Book Gannet TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 8 Jun. 2012
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Every Changeling longs for the gift of a mating bond, to know that their partner is theirs completely for life. Except for SnowDancer wolves Riaz and Adria. Lieutenant Riaz has found his mate, but she's married - happily - to someone else. While Senior Soldier Adria has had her heart broken so badly she doubts she'll ever trust a man again.

Having both returned to the SnowDancer den to lick their wounds, the last thing they want is to get involved with each other. Except the attraction between them is so strong, and all wolves need to touch...

The Psy-Changeling series is back for its eleventh instalment, continuing the recent focus on the wolves. Riaz is a gorgeous lone wolf, charming, smart and dominant, but best known for going his own way. Adria is a dominant female with strong nurturing instincts, but is emotionally battered and heart-worn. Though they frequently snap and snarl at each other, there's no denying their chemistry - or their ability to heal each other. Whatever else is going on with their hearts, they make a dynamic pair.

But this story isn't just about them. There's a lot of Hawke and Sienna scenes as we see how they're coping after the events of Kiss of Snow, while the intriguing Psy Councillor, Kaleb, also gets a fair chunk of story as his mysterious search draws towards its end. We also see more of the Arrows, Aden and Vasic, as they try to deal with the deepening fractures in the Psynet. And those are just the main side plots - there are plenty more appearances from old characters, but the Riley and Mercy scenes are my favourites.
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I like all of Nalini Singh's books, and this one included. However, unlike others of the series this one was a book that I could put down and pick up again later. I agree with one of the other reviewers that something was missing. While I love reading about all of the characters from the other books, in this book I felt that the story of Riaz and Adria at times took a back seat to everything else that was going on. But irrespective of this it is a good read and worth the price.
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Another book in the Pay changing series this take place after a kiss of snow. I love the way the author carries on her story lines with main characters even though there is a new story interwoven. All the characters are there Hawke, Sienna, Lucas, Sasha, Riley and Mercy. The Pure Pay are trying to disable the net and all the main parties in San Francisco work to protect it. Through it all is the love story of Riaz, the lone wolf, who mate is married to another and Adria, Aunt of Indigo but borderline, who heart was hurt by a less dominant male. How they find love and a lasting bond that will never be a mating bond. The emotional rollercoaster of a story is so well written. BRILLIANT
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I wish I could give this 3.5 stars rather than 4. Don't get me wrong, I absolutely LOVE Nalini Singh both this series and her Angels series,I believe completely in her characters and her world. BUT (and it is a big one) somehow this book feels like a fill-in, where the author is just biding her time and getting the story arc together for the next book.

Quick summary - we see Riaz (first seen in Play of Passion) and Adria (Indigo's sister - snape) as the central pair. We also see a lot of Hawke and Sienna (a LOT) and some of Brenna and Judd (quite a lot of 'some') and Drew and Indigo AND Mercy and Riley (and no, I'm giving NO spoilers about any news aboutany of them). While it's lovely to catch up on other members of the packs, we did see a lot (really, a LOT) of the other couples - almost more than the so-called 'central' couple.
This is part of the problem.

There is also the rather splintered story line with the fall of the Psynet: you have Kaleb chasing someone (a 'her' but it's all very mysterious and, to be honest, a bit clumsy); you have Kaleb plotting (again, all very mysterious); you have Ming plotting to get Sienna (more of this later); you have your Pure Psy (again, more later); you have your Human Alliance. It's the weaving together of these story arcs and all the couples that just makes the whole book seem very fragmented - nothing seems completely 'together'.

At the end of the last book Ming seemed to be the eminence grise controlling Henry Scott's grab for power ... now he's totally fixated on Sierra, plots to grab her and then ... he's got rid of but he's swearing revenge. Given the build up of suspense in earlier sections of the book about this, it's all very sudden and rather simplistic.
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By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 19 Nov. 2014
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Adria and Riaz take an instant dislike to each other when they both return to the heart of SnowDancer's territory but that's more because they are both disturbed by the strong sexual appeal they feel towards each other than anything else. Both of them have reasons not to be interested in pursuing a relationship and have no intention of acting upon their attraction but sometimes chemistry can't be ignored and the pull between them is just too strong to resist for long. What starts with the promise of a no strings affair quickly turns into something so much stronger but with so many things against them do they have any chance of creating a lasting relationship?

We first met Adria in Indigo and Drew's book so we already had a pretty good understanding of her relationship with her ex Martin. It wasn't a happy relationship, Martin resented Adria's strength and dominance which led to problems between them and meant Adria was constantly trying to change her personality to make him happy. It's no surprise that she's come out of that relationship wary, no matter how badly things ended up she had loved Martin in the beginning and she doesn't want to risk putting herself into a similar situation again. Riaz is someone I've been wanting to know more about ever since we first met him and found out that his mate was already married to someone else when he met her. He walked away from his mate because he could see that she was in love and happy but that doesn't mean his heart doesn't ache from the loss of what should have been the most important person in his life. Riaz never had a chance with his mate, they were never a couple and she doesn't even know how he feels about her but in spite of that his attraction towards Adria feels like a betrayal.
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