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.
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!