Series: Psy-Changeling #5.1
Published by Berkley on August 23, 2016
Pages: 400 pages
A changeling who can never shift lives a life of quiet frustration—until he learns how to let his leopard come out and play...
What a awesome treat Dorian (Wild Embrace) was!!! I can’t believe that Nalini Singh chose to write this continuation to a story of one of the most dynamic and unique characters out of her Psy-Changeling series!
Dorian (Wild Embrace) gave all the ends and outs that I craved to know about Dorian, both when he learned about his latency and how he learned to cope with it while rising through the ranks of the Dark River pack. At first when I began reading I thought that we were just going to get past snapshots of Dorian’s life and while I was fine with that there would’ve been some disappointment if that was all that we got. I’ve was itching to know what happened after Dorian’s big reveal in Hostage to Pleasure so for the fact that Singh didn’t leave us waiting for long to find out the aftermath of its ending both makes me love her writing more and has cemented my trust in her as an author – she seems to know her reader base so well it’s almost scary.
When Dorian (Wild Embrace) went on from just showing the aftermath of the ending to Hostage to Pleasure to showing the pack’s reaction to Dorian’s good news left my heart feeling so full. Dorian’s character, and especially those closet to him, have really been through the ringer and to have some good news, especially this good news, drives home the sense of family and uniqueness that this series seems to have that I have yet to find anywhere else.
Dorian (Wild Embrace) was so sweet and much needed for those who loved Dorian and Shaya’s story.