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Kiss of Snow: Psy-Changeling #10    by Nalini Singh order for
Kiss of Snow
by Nalini Singh
Order:  USA  Can
Berkley, 2011 (2011)
Hardcover, CD, e-Book
* * *   Reviewed by Martina Bexte

Sienna Lauren and her family escaped the PsyNet and found asylum with the sympathetic if guarded SnowDancer changelings. As a powerful X-Psy, Sienna's top priority is working to control her potentially lethal powers, but the very presence of the pack's Alpha, Hawke, leaves the young teen confused and unbalanced.

Hawke's first and foremost priority has always been the protection of his pack. The fact that Sienna and her family are now part of SnowDancer, make his job that much more difficult. For years, the Psy Council has believed that all members of the traitorous Lauren family were dead. But as Sienna's powers burgeon, their secret, and the safety of all SnowDancers, is compromised.

A civil war between the Psy and the changelings seems inevitable and if Sienna is recaptured, her horrific ability would swiftly tip the balance of power. Realising that her time as a SnowDancer is limited, Sienna is determined to open her heart to Hawke and convince him to accept her as his mate.

Hawke and Sienna have been battling their attraction since the debut of Singh's Psy-Changeling series. The sexual tension that's been simmering finally bubbles to the surface and explodes into a complex and fiery dance once Hawke realises how wrong he's been in keeping Sienna at arm's length.

Singh ties up some early plot threads, as well as introducing a few new twists that will definitely be game changers for future instalments. A cinematic, edge-of-your-seat ending is an added bonus. Kiss of Snow has been a long time coming, but is well worth the wait, and another fine addition to one of the most unique and satisfying paranormal series out there.

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