A Psy-Changeling Novel
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Date published: November 2010
Reviewed by Pam
Obtained from publisher
Drew Kincaid is a Tracker for the Snow-Dancer pack and he has to control any of the pack who go rogue. Tough and determined he finds himself all mixed up, as his body lights up and almost ignites whenever he’s close to the woman who could enslave him and his wolf. The more he pulls away, the more heat he feels and that makes him wonder if he should give in and let her enslave both him and his wolf.
Drew is hot for Indigo, but can a younger man fulfill all the cravings and lust he feels, before she turns and runs again?
Lieutenant Indigo Riviere is shocked when she finds herself craving, Drew, the most playful and popular male in the pack. Each time he gets close, she makes herself pull back, what she hadn’t expected was his tenacity, as he tries to bend her will to his way of thinking. Indigo knows deep down she has to meet him halfway, but the fear of losing her independence could also mean living without Drew. Can she walk away, or should she follow her heart?
Sultry, sensual and very sexy, the passion is red hot and beautifully written in this shape-shifter tale. PLAY OF PASSION is an exciting adventure as well as a beautiful love story. Ms. Singh has brought the shape-shifting wolf pack to life in an interesting story, with exquisite sex scenes.
The Psy are also a part of this story as they become more sinister and dangerous to the wolves and the leopard packs, with their new electronics. They are also killing their own people as juggling for power begins. This tale encompasses many of the characters you will have met in previous tales, giving the reader a fast paced tale and did I mention the very hot sex scenes?
Ms. Singh writes fast paced tales, which are full of interesting characters and lots of action. The shape-shifters are all different in temperament and attitude, and as the Psy become integrated into their packs, far more technical stuff is introduced. So if you like sexy males who are likely to change shape and become cuddly wolves or leopards, you will enjoy this book as much as I did.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.