Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Review: Slave to Sensation by Nalini Singh

Publication Date: 9/5/2006
Series: Psy-Changeling #1
Rating:  4 Stars

Official Blurb:

Nalini Singh dives into a world torn apart by a powerful race with phenomenal powers of the mind-and none of the heart.

In a world that denies emotions, where the ruling Psy punish any sign of desire, Sascha Duncan must conceal the feelings that brand her as flawed. To reveal them would be to sentence herself to the horror of "rehabilitation" - the complete psychic erasure of everything she ever was...

Both human and animal, Lucas Hunter is a changeling hungry for the very sensations the Psy disdain. After centuries of uneasy coexistence, these two races are now on the verge of war over the brutal murders of several changeling women. Lucas is determined to find the Psy killer who butchered his packmate, and Sascha is his ticket into their closely guarded society. But he soon discovers that this ice-cold Psy is very capable of passion - and that the animal in him is fascinated by her. Caught between their conflicting worlds, Lucas and Sascha must remain bound to their identities - or sacrifice everything for a taste of darkest temptation.

Where in the hell has this book been all my life? GOOD GRIEF! I should have never waited this long to start this series.  I was already a fan of Nalini’s Archangels series, but I think Psy Changeling as move above even it on my list of PNR reads! I’m not sure what else I can say about this book that hasn’t already been said. It’s literary perfection with a well-balanced romance, action, and suspense plot lines. These characters were very well developed and Nalini didn’t have to resort to dramatic plot twists to make her characters shine.  The sheer astronomical amount of chemistry between these magnificent characters will blow you away.  Never before in my life have I considered telling my husband that I’d run away with a fictional character as much as I would with Lucas. Literary temptation has never been so spell binding before as it is in Slave for Sensation.  So… if that doesn’t trip your trigger, I’m not sure what else I can say that will. Soooooo… go pick up this book like now.. RUN to your nearest literary provider. 

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