Series: Psy-Changeling #0.6
Reading Challenges: Read All the Books Challenge
Whisper of Sin was like a diamond hiding amongst other diamonds, how was I to have known that its story was going to amaze me?! Too many instances have shown that I am no longer allowed to have any kinds of doubts about any of Nalini Singh’s stories. But for sake of transparency and clarification I didn’t really have high expectations for Whisper of Sin because it was a novella and I just couldn’t see how out of the synopsis Singh could tie its story in with what I knew was going on with the full novels in the Psy-Changeling series.
As for the actual story of Whisper of Sin I couldn’t have asked for another great prequel for this Psy-Changeling series Singh has created. The action, romance (my gosh the romance!), conflict, and character development were all 10’s. I don’t think I’ve ever read about a character named Emmett and Ria in any of the full-length novels, but during the time I was reading Whisper of Sin I did not care one bit. The romance between Ria and Emmett was fast but it wasn’t underdeveloped. In a very traumatic situation and Emmett being who he was and Ria being who she was they just gravitated towards one another, there’s no other way I can describe it.
Whisper of Sin gives us the background into how the Dark River Pack (?) came to gain control of San Francisco and some of its surrounding regions. It was great getting this information because in Slave to Sensation we’re just told that they already have control.
Whisper of Sin was so good, I can’t wait to begin my reread and continuation of the Psy-Changeling series next.
Reading this book contributed to these challenges: