Published by Berkley on August 23, 2016
Genres: Fiction, Paranormal Romance, Romance
Pages: 400 pages
Series: Psy-Changeling #12.1
Reading Challenges: Read All the Books Challenge
Seven years ago, Kenji broke Garnet’s heart. Now the wolf packmates have to investigate the shocking murder of one of their own. And the more Kenji sees of the woman Garnet has become, the deeper he begins to fall once more. But even his primal instincts are no match for the dark secret he carries...
Besides the lieutenants and soldiers in Snow Dancer that were mentioned in Kiss of Snow and Tangle of Need, not much has been said about the others, well…other than Cooper. But with the small glimpses we were able to get it was made known that Kenji and Garnet has some issues that needed to be worked out so it was great that in Flirtation of Fate (Wild Embrace) we are able to finally get their story.
I loved that Nalini Singh made Flirtation of Fate (Wild Embrace) feel more like a romantic suspense than a paranormal romance story, although the paranormal elements are surely there because both Kenji and Garnet are changelings after all.
Even though Flirtation of Fate (Wild Embrace) was a novella, it read more like a full length novel which was an unexpected treat because we were able to get a feel for each of Kenji and Garnet’s characters and the struggles they would each fight to overcome to receive their HEA.
Furthermore, I loved the sense of family that we got from both Kenji and Garnet’s background, their intertwined conflicts and insecurities, as well as the bundle of joy that made their debut at the end of Flirtation of Fate (Wild Embrace).
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: