I’m participating in the year-long read-along of the Psy/Changeling series hosted by Anne at Books of My Heart. Visions of Heat by Nalini Singh was the next book for the chat and read-along. If I wanted to participate in the chat, I needed to make sure I had the book read!
I honestly thought I was going to be all about Visions of Heat because Faith is an F-psy. An F-Psy is a foreseer. In the Psy world that’s used for helpful business predictions but I saw the potential there. I’m not sure what it is but these books, so far, take me quite awhile to read. I enjoy them by the time I’m done but it takes me forever to read them.
I liked Visions of Heat. I really liked watching another Psy choose to break Silence for a better life. I certainly understand Faith’s need to get out before she became “rehabilitated” and to find justice for her sister. Vaughn had a lot to work through himself. His past would have been so much for most people to overcome.
I’m a little disappointed that I didn’t like Faith more than I did. I liked her but I had really wanted to love her. I think part of the issue for me is that she was still learning to live post-Silence and seemed remote because of this. I think I had the same problem with Sascha in the first book.
Vaughn was definitely an alpha lead. He might not be the alpha but he’s no beta. We also got to see all of the characters from Slave to Sensation. I think my favorite unforeseen-to-me character was the NetMind itself. I’m really hoping that it plays a part in future books.
Overall I really did enjoy Visions of Heat by Nalini Singh and I’m really looking forward to continuing the series!
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