Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) audiobook
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Heart of Obsidian is written in third person with a moderate amount of sexual content (not erotically graphic but very detailed) and adult wording throughout with a HEA ending. This world is different from reality and set in the future so all of the series stands up over time. No matter when you pick up these books, it doesnt feel dated, making each story enjoyable for rereading. This story is said to be read as a standalone but you should pick up the first books in the series to fully enjoy this one. That said, you wont be overwhelmingly lost if this is your first Psy-Changling story, so enjoy your read. This is one of my favorite stories in the series. We are back with the romance of it all and despite all that is happening in the Psy world, it is still mainly a great contained romance story. Kaleb we have seen from almost the very first. He has had several POVs in a lot of the books (even if we knew it was him or not). He stayed true to how he was written in the past stories and here we get details of his actions further explaining the wondrous complexity of who he became despite everything working against him. Sahara, we havent meet before (however, though not by name, she was mentioned in Visions of Heat as she is Faiths cousin). We really begin this story at the end of Tangle of Need in the last chapter when Kaleb finally finds who he was searching for throughout the series. While Sahara doesnt have all her memories until the very end, she leans on instinct and emotion to see her through. As little things come to light, Kaleb tries to bind Sahara to him any way he can but finds himself helpless to deny her anything, including giving her the freedom to be herself without him. Love and friendship developed between them when they were young, as Sahara saw Kaleb the way no one else could, she saw past what he tried to hide. The love was beginning to turn romantic when Sahara was taken from Kaleb. Kaleb blamed himself (mainly, as we find out in the end, because of twisted memories) but he never stopped looking for Sahara. Sahara never gave up on Kaleb, she protected herself and him along with her Psy gift until he saved her. That is my kind of romance story. Against all odds they come together and bond. Ms. Singh is very talented. Even with the stories I dont really care for she writes beautifully. This story is heart wrenching, and comical. It makes you smile, laugh, cry and cheer all at once. Her writing style has remained largely consistent and not overly repetitive. I highly recommend any and all of the Psy-Changeling Books.
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I loved book one of this series and have been at least somewhat disappointed in the books since. Most have been enjoyable enough but also frustrating due to the formulaic scenarios, slow progression of the overall plot and at times irritating characters. This book to me is the best since book 1. Its dark and compelling. The characters share a love thats more than 3 days old and theyre both formidable people I wanted to learn all about. Maybe people who have loved the books so far wont enjoy this one but anyone who has been feeling like these books have been a bit generic and stagnant should be in for a lovely surprise.
Audiobook Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) by Nalini Singh
First off, I hate reading damsel in distress stories. The damsels are usually too stupid to live and the heroes tend to be one dimensional. I have no desire to read about idiots. This is not one of those. In this story, the damsel is intelligent and strong with a very developed moral compass. The hero is not really a hero but more of an anti-villain. I loved reading about her growth as she gains her footing, his growth as he finds the good in himself through her, the evil trying to capture her back. I especially loved the scenes where she asserts her independence and refuses to be protected like an infant. She gains confidence and does take care of herself, like the scene with the butcher knife. Also, I started the series a bit backwards with the Trinity set and then hopped to this book because I liked Kaleb and wanted to know his story. Then I started hopping all over the place. It was fine; not confusing in the least.
Audio Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) narrated by Angela Dawe
I don\’t give praise lightly, but this author is so talented! I love the way that every book gets better in the series and she continually keeps the story of the previous books and characters interwoven and integral to the story in the current book. This overall story keeps building on itself, which makes it so epic, in its building crescendo of plot, characters, and events! She really sets a standard for series writing, where she does not succumb to \”cookie-cutter\” repeats of her first few successful books! She will make you laugh and cry. I can\’t wait to see what she writes next!
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Wow! This is my new favorite of the series. So much happened in this book. I feel like this is the most progress we have seen in awhile and all good progress. Kaleb was such a fascinating hero. If you like the darker men who only care about protecting their woman, then youre gonna love Kaleb. Sahara was also a fascinating character. The things you learn about her just had me riveted. Her power is really cool. I loved it!