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Tangle of Need (Psy/Changeling Novels) MP3 CD – 29 May 2012
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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 --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Discover the exhilaration of breathtaking passion in the new Psy-Changeling novel by Nalini Singh. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
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.Read more ›
On top of that, the whole 'mating bond' concept (i.e causes, reason, ect) seemed badly developed and just a way to justify the character's plot line (Riaz feels bad for liking Adria etc...). It just didn't seem plausible or believable (and yes, I am aware this is under the category 'fiction'.
Hawke and Sienna had more screen time (pardon the expression) than the main couple, and it would have been okay if the book had been advertised as their second book or something along those lines.....but it was not...
All in all, I was disappointed; this book is definitely not on the same level as the first books.
Still....I'll be reading the next one!
For me, Adria and Riaz were never a particularly interesting set of characters, and as a couple they failed to set the pages on fire. They were pretty much delegated to being side characters, especially in the first half of the book, and when we finally do see more of them, it is too late. The main problem with Adria and Riaz is not the comparatively small number of pages, but the fact that they were an uninteresting and unengaging couple and their plot was CONSISTENTLY the least interesting part of the book and it felt like their story was only vaguely connected with the important plot developments taking place. Their story felt weak and disjointed from everything else, and convinced me that this book is nothing more than filler.
Frankly, Adria and Riaz were not bad as a couple or as individual characters, albeit everything they do we have seen before and better in previous installments of the series, but their story would have been better told as a novella or short story. There simply isn't enough in Adria and Riaz's story to sustain the approximately 200 pages they were allotted in Tangle of Need.
A part of the issue with Adria and Riaz s that they are dull, unengaging and unimaginative. We've seen everything before and nothing new or interesting is added to the mix. Riaz is a boring, one-dimensional character, and can pretty much be described as a lesser copy of Hawke (with the exact same issues).Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
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... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mrs DD
As always Nalini delivers. Superb. This was a mix of two or four relations in all, the alpha and hismate. Riley and his mate, and the pack and then there was Adria, and Riaz. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dark Angel
Another great book in this series. I have read them all from the first one & can't wait for the next in this seriesPublished on 27 Dec. 2014 by Lin Cunningham