Caressed by Ice by Nalini Singh {Stephanie’s Review}


Caressed in Ice by Nalini Singh is the next book in the Psy/Changeling series. I’m finding that reading all the extra in between stories really elevates the full-length novels. I highly suggest reading them.

Things are really starting to pick up in overall story arc and I am here for it! This is the first book that didn’t take me over a week to read. Strangely enough I wasn’t really looking forward to reading Brenna and Judd’s story. I think the plot really carried this one for me. There was a mystery that was a secondary storyline that really added to the overall story. I also really liked the Arrows back story and the side work that Judd does.

The only issue that I really had with this book is that both Brenna and Judd had a lot to work through and it made the read super heavy. I thought it was a beautiful watching them wade through it all to get to each other. I did find it kind of hokey that [spoiler]Brenna was able to shift only once she and Judd were together.[/spoiler] I really love that Singh is building on the story with each entry and that we get to see all the characters we’ve come to know and love and/or despise.

I am so glad Anne decided to do this read-along or I may never had started the Psy/Changeling series. I can’t wait to read the rest of the series!

2 responses to “Caressed by Ice by Nalini Singh {Stephanie’s Review}”

  1. Stephanie, thanks so much for reading with us and joining the chats. This book will always bring to mind how much Kai loves Judd. lol. I really hope we learn more about the Arrows.


    1. Yes! I really have a sneaking suspicion that Judd is not the only Arrow defector. Just the only one we know about so far.


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