Series: Psy-Changeling #10
Reading Challenges: Read All the Books Challenge
Okay see now I’m conflicted. After reading Kiss of Snow I’m now arguing with myself on whether its story is the climax to the Psy-Changeling series or if its just the start of the newest journey to come after the climax that was Bonds of Justice. (Sigh) whatever the heck it was Kiss of Snow was the kind of rollercoaster, emotional and action-packed, that I love to ride!
From the introduction of Hawke and Sienna’s character in the earlier stories of Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling series my anticipation for their story, especially when their attraction/forbidden attraction surfaced early on in this series, has ramped up with each installment.
Before I even knew what they Psy-Changeling series consisted of I first, blindly, picked up Kiss of Snow way back when and fell in love. I’d also caught up on Singh’s Guild Hunter series (I believe I had just finished Archangel’s Consort or Archangel’s Kiss at the time) and I wanted to test the waters in what I saw as her ‘other’ series. (If you didn’t know already I’m a backwards person and find myself often doing backwards things.) In reading Kiss of Snow out of order I knew that before I continued on I needed to start at the beginning, hence my first time reading through the Psy-Changeling series.
I could sing from the rafters about Kiss of Snow but I’ll instead leave off with this…if from the synopsis and my review you feel the desire to read Kiss of Snow please start off with either Beat of Temptation (Wild Invitation) or Slave to Sensation. Starting with either one of these stories is the surest way for you to get the full impact of all Kiss of Snow has to offer.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: