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Kiss of Snow (Psy-Changeling, Bk 10)
Kiss of Snow - Psy-Changeling, Bk 10
Author: Nalini Singh
Since the moment of her defection from the PsyNet and into the SnowDancer wolf pack, Sienna Lauren has had one weakness. Hawke. Alpha and dangerous, he compels her to madness. — Hawke is used to walking alone, having lost the woman who would’ve been his mate long ago. But Sienna fascinates the primal heart of him, even as he tells himself s...  more »
PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780425244890
ISBN-10: 042524489X
Publication Date: 11/1/2011
Pages: 464
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 69 ratings
Publisher: Berkley
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Kiss of Snow (Psy-Changeling, Bk 10) on + 929 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
I have been waiting for Hawk and Sienna's story so I completely devoured this book. There was an added bonus of Lara and Walker's story as well.

Hawk (ah, sigh...) was incredibly sexy throughout the book and surprisingly Walker wasn't bad either. Walker didn't do much for me in the other books. Oddly enough I think Singh has really tone down her love scenes. They were less descriptive than before and less rowdy, at least when it came to Hawk and Sienna (they actually don't do the deed until almost to the end). But she did throw in some extra passionate time with Brenna/(another, sigh...) Jude and Lara/Walker.

I think Singh's strength are definitely in making hunky males and creating great character interactions. The action scenes were a little weak and I'm not sure I liked the X-men Phoenix moment towards the end, but overall it was enjoyable. If you have read her other books you know that the overall plot doesn't move much in her books, it's really about two people getting together. This plot moved a little bit more than usual and there was a small sense of completion. Some of her other books kind of left you hanging.

Good read, typical Singh novel in the series. If you have never read her, this is not the book to start with. You should read one of the earlier books first.
azcopperpenny avatar reviewed Kiss of Snow (Psy-Changeling, Bk 10) on + 4 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
Yes! I was waiting so long for Hawke's and Sienna's story and it was soooooo worth the wait! I love Nalini Singh's alternative universes, especially when I really want to excape my own realities! 'sigh' Thanks again for a great story!
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ra7 avatar reviewed Kiss of Snow (Psy-Changeling, Bk 10) on + 825 more book reviews
I took my time before starting this book because I was worried about disappointment in some shape or form. I need not have worried! I enjoyed Sienna's revelations about her abilities. I loved Lara and Walker's story too. I like how the whole storyline with the psy/Silence continues to unfold.
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Excellent book.
Often when there is a lot of buildup to a couple over several books (in this case 9 books) the book winds up being a letdown. Not so in this case. Nalini Singh has a total winner in Kiss of Snow.

The book is a bit slow, I think it wouldn't have seemed as slow if we hadn't been waiting for this story for so long. She took her time revealing them as a couple, letting them get to know each other as a man and a woman, dating, and taking the relationship in slower steps. She also gives us a side story of Walker and Lara that we can enjoy and a lot of progress in the Psy Counsel/Changeling conflict.

This book was so complete, so satisfying, I almost feel like it could be the end of the series. Doors are open, you can see new characters, new story in the making. But if you want a period at the end of a sentence, this book could be it. I've felt frustrated with a few of the books, like Singh had lost her way a bit, but this really left me with a satisfied smile on my face.

My only complaint in the book is that Nalini Singh has too many "S" names. Sascha, Sienna, both living in Sierra Nevadas. I kept getting confused!


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