Book Review

VISIONS OF HEAT
by Nalini Singh

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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In a genre filled with talent, Singh really stands out. Book two of her original and complex series has all the necessary ingredients for an outstanding story. She breathes life into her characters, filling them with passion and strength. This is one of the best paranormal series out there!

Faith NightStar is the most talented F-Psy, and a valuable commodity. Since age 3, she's been separated from the rest of society, and recently, instead of making business predictions, Faith
has been having violent nightmares. After learning of her sister's murder,
she escapes her "protectors" to find
renegade E-Psy Sascha Duncan.

Jaguar Sentinel Vaughn of the Darkriver Clan is suspicious of Faith but strangely fascinated by her. Together, Faith and Sascha realize another Psy serial killer is loose. The Psy tried to eradicate all emotions from their people, but cracks in the society are starting to be revealed. For some, those emotions may not be gone, only twisted. Faith must decide: Can she trust her life to Vaughn, who also possesses the violence of an animal? (BERKLEY
SENSATION, March, 352 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Berkley Sensation

Published: March 2007

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Visions of Heat

Submitted by Jancat on September 23, 2010 - 2:13pm.

Nalini Singh continues her Psy/Changling series with this second installment. It is a wonderful book.

The adopted jaguar in the DarkRiver pack, Vaughn, is curious about a compound close to DarkRiver territory. Little does he know that the person within will change his life forever.

Psy, Faith NightStar, is restless and her visions are changing. She goes seeking advice and encouters a cat that just may be her destiny.

This book expands on the series and gives a look into the fact that not all Psy are satisfied with the status quo.

The plot is good and the characters are alive and engaging.