Nalini Singh pulls away another dark layer of sheer desire, revealing passions unknown in her latest novel about the world of the Psy. A woman returns from a leopard changeling's past, making him question his base animal instincts-and unlock the darkest secrets of his heart.
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“And despite the fact that he preferred to keep his distance from Sascha and her too perceptive gift, Clay knew she was something good, something worth bringing into this world.”Clay Bennett
“The Psy Council does not allow dissent.”
“Sometimes,” he said, “you have to save the innocents you see in front of you and worry about the ones to come later.”Highlighted by 13 Kindle customers
Some abused children become that way—alert to the slightest changes in the emotional temperature of a room or a relationship. She knows exactly what you feel.”Highlighted by 8 Kindle customers
“Some wounds should be healed, no matter how much time has passed or how much time is left.”Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
A pact was an acknowledgment of the weaker group’s submissive status and a promise by the stronger party to provide aid if necessary.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
deceptively clean-appearing shape that had shifted the course of his life beyond redemption. It was a reminder of what he was, what he was willing to do.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
He leaned down until his lips brushed her ear. “I told you to stop flinching.” And then he bit her. A slow, painless nip but there were definitely teeth involved.Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
“Remember that,” he groaned. “And tell everyone you know.”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
The DarkMind carried within it all the violence and pain, the rage and the insanity that the Psy refusedHighlighted by 4 Kindle customers
“How can I be angry with the other half of my soul?” he asked, his tone so tender it tore little pieces out of her heart. “I have a temper, baby, and I know I fucking brood. But even if I act pissed, even if I snarl, it doesn’t mean I love you any less. Your soul shines, Tally, and I’m so damn glad it shines for me.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
“I love you,” she whispered. He stroked his hand down her back. “Yep, you do.” “You’re supposed to say it back,” she said, pretending to be offended because the silliness kept the fear/hope at bay. “Why?” He scowled down at her. “You know you’re my heartbeat.”Highlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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