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While I am still a huge fan of this series, I was not totally engaged in this installment. I just don’t find the Psy characters as interesting as the Changelings. I am partial to the wolves, but the cats are a favorite, too. Thankfully there were cameos from characters from previous books – it’s always fun catching up with them.
The Forgotten played a huge role here. I am warming up, gradually, to them. Their talents are more diverse and compelling than those of the pure blooded Psy. I can hardly wait until more of their abilities are put on display.
Amnesia stories are always hit or miss with me, so Katya’s bout with memory loss was kind of meh for me. I just don’t find this plot very interesting. I found Dev far more interesting – his affinity with metal would come in handy, and it made him powerful too. While this wasn’t my favorite entry in the series, the world-building clicked along, introducing more elements to Singh’s Psy-Changeling universe to keep me engaged in the world.
Review copy obtained from my local library
About the book
A woman without a past becomes the pawn of the man who controls her future…
Dev Santos discovers her unconscious and battered, with no memory of who she is. All she knows is that she’s dangerous. Charged with protecting his people’s most vulnerable secrets, Dev is duty-bound to eliminate all threats. It’s a task he’s never hesitated to complete…until he finds himself drawn to a woman who might prove to be the enemy’s most insidious weapon yet.
Stripped of her memories by a shadowy oppressor and programmed to carry out cold-blooded murder, Katya Haas is fighting desperately for her sanity. Her only hope is Dev. But how can she expect to gain the trust of a man who could very well be her next target? For in this game, one must die…