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Visions of Heat - Nalini Singh



   I am a big fan of Nalini Singh, I absolutely love her Guild Hunter series, and I am really starting to like this one too! The Psy-Changling series is definitely interesting. I love shifters and the Psy are a really cool additions to the whole paranormal scene. They are very unique and I love their world pulls you right in. It's shrouded in mystery and I can't wait to get more each time I read about them.




    Faith was F-psy who could see glimpses of the future. She was a huge asset to the Psy community, she had harnessed her ability into mostly finance and was able to make a lot of people a lot of money by telling them which companies would be good investments, or when trouble was on the horizon for others. Although now she is starting to have some rather dark visions and she can't control when and where they happen. Even worse is the source of these visions, which seems to be a dark, evil entity that has latched itself to her. She decides to travel out of her safe haven for answers, only to find that maybe her haven is more like a prison, and everything she thought to be true about her life and the people in it are a bunch of lies. And she of course runs into a sexy changling that is drawn to her as she is to him.


    In comes Vaughn. Sexy loner, jaguar changling, and Sentinel of the DarkRiver pack. I loved how playful Vaughn was with Faith. The whole cat play thing was pretty hawt. 
   "He'd marked her and he would have her, even if he had to coax her kiss by slow kiss. Cats were good at coaxing. It was only a more sensual aspect of their favorite game-stalking"

  He cared gradually cared more and more for Faith, and was the typical ultra possessive alpha male shifter, but he never caged her. He still gave her the freedom that she so desperately needed after her life of isolation.



    It was an interesting story, and I really like where the series seems to be going. I have a feeling that things are only going to get even more so as this series progresses. I will definitely be checking out the next book.