Play of Passion

Psy-Changeling Series - Book 12

By Nalini Singh

Berkley Sensation - November 2010

Paranormal Romance

This review assumes that the reader has read the previous stories in Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling series, and does contain spoilers to prior books. Although it can stand on its own, I highly suggest reading the series in order.

Lieutenant Indigo Riviere knew the facts of mating - she needed an equally or more dominant mate. This could mean that as one of the strongest women in SnowDancer, she might not find a mate. That didn't mean that she couldn't have relationships, but it also meant that she was careful. And she had absolutely no intention of having any kind of relationship with Andrew Kincaid.

Drew knew all the reasons Indy was avoiding him. He was too young. He wasn't dominant enough. Just a bunch of nonsense. They were adults, and he was dominant enough. Heck, not only was he the pack tracker, capable of tracking rogue wolves, he was also the Hunter, the one who killed when necessary. Yes he was younger, but he was strong, and he was dominant. And now he was on the hunt, for Indy.

Play of Passion will play with your senses, making you laugh, worry, cheer, sigh, and long for your next venture into the world of Psy/Changeling. Drew is simply adorable. He may be a protector, and dedicated to his pack, but he is equally committed to using teasing and gentle coaxing when necessary. His role places him somewhat outside the pack hierarchy. However, he is a dominant wolf, regardless of his easygoing, playful manner. Indigo is a woman used to controlling herself, to the point that she is now running away from the one man who can break through to her. What fun it was to see Drew triumph.

Kathy Andrico -


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