Play of Passion

Play of Passion

eBook - 2011
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Drew Kincaid, a tracker for the SnowDancer pack, keeps tabs on rogue changelings who have lost control of their animal halves--a mission that leads him to Lieutenant Indigo Riviere, whose passion threatens to enslave his wolf.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Publishing Group, 2011
ISBN: 9781101441107
1101441100
9781101445105
1101445106
Characteristics: 1 online resource

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booklady1 Apr 13, 2014

This need a nip and a tuck.

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enderwigginout
Jan 09, 2013

While I do tend to give Singh's books 3-4 stars, know that I tend to score books low. I really enjoy these books even though it's pretty much the same love story every time with different characters. Boy meets girl. Girl meets boy. Lust ensues rife with dominance issues. Either the girl or the boy (usually the girl) is put in mortal peril. I find the world Singh has created very interesting, especially the progression of the impending political upheaval with the Psy and changes in the changling pack structure and how both parties view the world around them. However, I don't enjoy the romances between two changelings as much as the other romances. There just wasn't much tension in this story, and I suspect this one is probably laying the groundwork for subsequent novels.

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irenelaf
Jan 16, 2012

3.5 stars. What is wrong with me? Everyone loved this one! I loved Drew, he's just too much fun, and Indigo, all strong and sensible and their chemistry was refreshingly fun. However....NOTHING ELSE HAPPENED! I'm tired of there being nothing but hints of things to come but nothing major ever happening. No Kaleb, No Ghost, No Ming, No Sasha, very little Nikita/Anthony... Did she save it for Hawke's book? (I know that one's gonna be great esp discovering was an "X-Psy" is). This book felt like "filler" to me and could almost be read as a stand-alone PNR.

Gosh, a lot of this book esp. the ending was too entirely similar to Mercy & Riley's book and lacked excitement. Dominance issues, the mating bond finally snaps together, someone gets hurt then healed ...HEA... been there, done that. This book (old library copy) also had an cheesy book cover (like Mercy's). The guy looks like he's 18 years old and, since he has NO muscle, is sooo NOT romance-cover-worthy.

Indigo's initial resistence to Drew was somewhat understandable (helped by the Aunt/Uncle conflict) but the "prolonged" resistence due to the age difference and dominance issue seem like weak obstacles to overcome. Of course, though, it was a pleasure seeing Drew charm and win her over with cheesecake and chocolate kisses!

Other than the one very brief scene close to the end, there was very little action in this book.

This book is a perfect "beach" book. Mindless and fun...that's it.

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jdatwell
Jun 16, 2011

back to my favorite world of nalini this one rocks even better then the others.
talk about one good romance this one was it.
she brings to light alot of things we have taken for granted. loved it

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