It hurts me to say this but I didn't really connect with this book and it's probably my least favorite of the whole series. Nalini Singh's writing is still spot on and her storytelling is wonderful but I struggle with her characters in this one. I liked Aden but he also felt a bit flat to me, like so much of his personality is still being suppressed. The real struggle for me was Zaira, I just couldn't connect with her and frankly, I think Singh did too good of a job convincing me of Zaira's damaged nature. Her obsession with Aden was also a little unnerving and it's didn't seem particularly healthy.
Too much repetition of the heroine's tortured past and feelings. However, this is one of my 2 current favorite authors and my favorite series of those she creates. The last 2 in the series feel weaker than all previous, which I have reread 3 times. I recommend the series heartily.
Book #14 of Psy-changeling series, preceded by Shield of Winter and followed by...#15. Fun, exciting story of Aden, the leader of all Arrows and Zaira, a "broken" combat arrow. Long story, that start off really good. I like their struggle and escape. I also like the time Aden and Zaira spend while healing. I didn't like the repetitiveness of Zaira's "Monster" story. But overall great book.
Every white knight needed a deadly black sword at his back.
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