Discover the exhilarating risks of passion in the breathtaking new Psy-Changeling novel by Nalini Singh, the New York Times bestselling “alpha author of paranormal romance” (Booklist).
Adria, wolf changeling and resilient soldier, has made a break with the past one as unpredictable in love as it was in war. Now comes a new territory, and a devastating new complication: Riaz, a SnowDancer lieutenant already sworn to a desperate woman who belongs to another.
For Riaz, the primal attraction he feels for Adria is a staggering betrayal. For Adria, his dangerous lone wolf appeal is beyond sexual. It consumes her. It terrifies her. It threatens to undermine everything she has built of her new life. But fighting their wild compulsion toward one another proves a losing battle.
Their coming together is an inferno and a melding of two wounded souls who promise each other no commitment, no ties, no bonds. Only pleasure. Too late, they realize that they have more to lose than they ever imagined. Drawn into a cataclysmic Psy war that may alter the fate of the world itself, they must make a decision that might just break them both.
About the Author
Nalini Singh is a New Zealand author of numerous paranormal romance novels.
Of Indian descent, Nalini Singh was born in 1977 in Fiji, and moved to New Zealand as a child. She attended Mount Roskill Grammar School.
First coming to note in 1999, she placed third in the RWNZ's "Clendon Award". Then in 2001 her manuscript "Coaxing the Sheik" won the Jane Porter Award for highest placed Mills and Boon, as well as the Clendon Award's Readers' Choice Award that year. It went on to be her first book sale as "Desert Warrior", sold to Silhouette Desire in September 2002 (published in 2003).
Her books have appeared on the New York Times best sellers list, the USA Today best sellers list, and the Publishers Weekly best sellers list.
She has won several other awards including the Sir Julius Vogel Award for best novella/novelette (twice, in 2008 and 2009).
Her work has been highly recommended by the New Zealand Herald.
She has had over two dozen novels published.