Also by this author: Rock Hard, Slave to Sensation, Shards of Hope, Archangel's Enigma, Allegiance of Honor, Archangel's Heart, Archangel's Prophecy
Also in this series: Slave to Sensation, Shards of Hope
Published by Penguin on 2017
Genres: Fiction, Fantasy, Paranormal, Romance, General, Science Fiction
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New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh returns to her extraordinary Psy-Changeling world with a story of wild passion and darkest betrayal...
Control. Precision. Family. These are the principles that drive Silver Mercant. At a time when the fledgling Trinity Accord seeks to unite a divided world, with Silver playing a crucial role as director of a worldwide emergency response network, wildness and chaos are the last things she needs in her life. But that's exactly what Valentin Nikolaev, alpha of the StoneWater bears, brings with him.
Valentin has never met a more fascinating woman. Though Silver is ruled by Silence--her mind clear of all emotion--Valentin senses a whisper of fire around her. That's what keeps him climbing apartment buildings to be near her. But when a shadow assassin almost succeeds in poisoning Silver, the stakes become deadly serious...and Silver finds herself in the heart of a powerful bear clan.
Her would-be assassin has no idea what their poison has unleashed...
Karen’s Two Cents
When it comes to the world of urban fantasy Nalini Singh’s Psy Changeling is amongst the best in the genre. With Silver Silence Psy Changeling Trinity, Singh has transformed the series from paranormal romance to a stellar futuristic global urban fantasy. I have always loved the multilayer plots of the series and like her writing contemporary J.R.Ward, Singh has expanded her series beyond the romance between one specific couple. She has opened up the world to covert political intrigue of the Psy Changeling world. This book has a global flavor instead of keeping the series based primarily in California. Singh has done an exceptional job in bringing humans into the narrative, where they have been mostly absent. We humans can be boring as we have no super powers, but the new merging world has opened up a number of possibilities for us mundanes.
The shift in Singh’s world building maybe hard for those new to the series, but as a longtime reader this grittier world is completely in tune with the series. I like my romance with a deeper world to explore.