What-To-Read Wednesday: Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh

What To Read Wednesday is a weekly feature at Fiction Vixen. Each Wednesday one (or more) of the Fiction Vixen reviewers will tell you about a book they’ve recently read that they think you need to read too. This week, the Jen and the FV team recommends:

Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh

Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling, #12) Rate this book 1 of 5 stars2 of 5 stars3 of 5 stars4 of 5 stars5 of 5 stars Heart of Obsidian (Psy-Changeling #12) by Nalini Singh

Heart of Obsidian was probably the book I was most looking forward to in 2013. It didn’t disappoint. Ms. Singh hit this one completely out of the park writing what I would consider her best work to date. I love the Psy/Changeling series and count some of the books among my favorite. Heart of Obsidian went above and beyond even my most favorited favorites. :)

“Tell me you aren’t evil.” Please.

Kaleb’s thumbs moved against he temples. “I’m sorry.”

Shaking her head in a mute refusal to accept what he was trying to tell her, she lifted trembling fingers to his jaw. “What have you done?”

“Too much that can never be undone.”

Crying in earnest now for a man she didn’t know, and yet who was in the most secret part of her heart, she wrapped her arms around his neck and held on, just held on, all the while knowing that he might already have slipped out of her grasp.

His arms came around her, locked tight, his breath harsh against her ear. “I’m sorry,” he said again, voice rough as sandpaper and body rigid, as if he’d clenched every muscle he possessed.

“It’s okay,” she said through her sobs, “It’s okay.”

Heart of Obsidian by Nalini Singh
June 4th 2013  Berkley Sensation
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Review coming tomorrow!

Are you a Psy/Changeling fan? Have you read this book yet? Did you devour it or savor it? Or are you holding off for some reason?

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Comments

  1. says

    Got it, tore the package open, inhaled it, turned the last page and read it all over again.

    Now I’m a wreck, but who needs sleep?

  2. Grace S says

    I love her. It hit my Kindle at midnight so of course I set my alarm to wake me up then to read until 2ish despite my having to get up for work at 6. Devoured the rest as soon as I got home, after thinking about Kaleb and Sahara all day long.

    This book was sheer, unadulterated genius for those of us who have been following this series from the beginning.

  3. Amanda says

    I re-read the entire series to get ready for this one and that included books I had previously not read or just skimmed. I finished Tangle of Need this past Saturday and immediately got on my kindle to get this one.
    This book was so hyped that it easily could have failed readers expectations except for the fact that it was pretty brilliant. Kaleb was this amazing complex character and for a non-changling he was such an alpha male. Sahara had been through so much but was still an amazingly strong woman. I loved it and can’t wait for the next one