Tangle of Need (Psy/Changeling)

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Tangle of Need (Psy/Changeling)

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Rating : 4.53 (966 Votes)
Asin : B009CUVX14
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 289 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-07-16
Language : English

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The book Tangle of Need (Psy/Changeling) written by Nalini Singh consist of 289 pages. It published on 2014-07-16. This book available on paperback format but you can read it online or even download it from our website. Just follow the simple step.

"B+ for another smexy story in the Psy/Changeling series" according to Jen Twimom. My Rating: B+ for another smexy story in the Psy/Changeling series My Rating: 3.5 stars: Liked it - recommend (B+)Much to my delight, for the third straight book, Ms. Singh focuses attention on the SnowDancer pack, a wolf-changeling pack that is one of the two powerhouses of the western US (the other is the DarkRiver Leopard pack). Tangle of Need opens a short time after the exp. .5 stars: Liked it - recommend (B+)Much to my delight, for the third straight book, Ms. Singh focuses attention on the SnowDancer pack, a wolf-changeling pack that is one of the two powerhouses of the western US (the other is the DarkRiver Leopard pack). Tangle of Need opens a short time after the exp. Tangle of Need (Psy-Changeling, book 11) SnowDancer Lieutenant Riaz has returned from Europe with his heart broken. He met his destined mate only to find she's devoted and in love with another. As he and his wolf try to move on, no female in the pack has interested them. Not until the fiery and fierce Adria. Adria will never again allow herself to fall . "Not what I expected" according to J. D. Nelson. This is probably my least favorite book of the series, thus far. Something about it felt disjointed and rushed, not like the others. I'm on to the next book now, and that one seems to have the same feel, the same intensity I expected to find in this one. All in all, not a bad book (it's Nalini Singh, after all),

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