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Ocean Light: A Psy/Changeling Trinity Novel

Ocean Light: A Psy/Changeling Trinity Novel

Geschrieben von Nalini Singh

Erzählt von Angela Dawe


Ocean Light: A Psy/Changeling Trinity Novel

Geschrieben von Nalini Singh

Erzählt von Angela Dawe

Bewertungen:
4.5/5 (14 Bewertungen)
Länge:
12 Stunden
Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jun 12, 2018
ISBN:
9781494584535
Format:
Hörbuch

Beschreibung

Security specialist Bowen Knight has come back from the dead. But there's a ticking time bomb in his head: a chip implanted to block telepathic interference that could fail at any moment—taking his brain along with it. With no time to waste, he should be back on land helping the Human Alliance. Instead, he's at the bottom of the ocean, consumed with an enigmatic changeling . . .

Kaia Luna may have traded in science for being a chef, but she won't hide the facts of Bo's condition from him or herself. She's suffered too much loss in her life to fall prey to the dangerous charm of a human who is a dead man walking. And she carries a devastating secret Bo could never imagine . . .

But when Kaia is taken by those who mean her deadly harm, all bets are off. Bo will do anything to get her back—even if it means striking a devil's bargain and giving up his mind to the enemy . . .

Herausgeber:
Freigegeben:
Jun 12, 2018
ISBN:
9781494584535
Format:
Hörbuch


Über den Autor

NALINI SINGH New York Times and USA TODAY bestselling author Nalini Singh loves writing paranormal romances. Currently working on two ongoing series, she also has a passion for travel and has been to places as far afield as Tahiti, Japan, Ireland and Scotland. She makes her home in beautiful New Zealand. To find out more about Nalini’s books, please visit her website, www.nalinisingh.com.

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  • (4/5)
    I enjoyed this.Bowen is shot (second book in a row with a man being shot and being minded by a woman) He is sent to recover in an underwater city where they think they may have a way to mend the chip in his brain. The procedure may also kill him.Kaia lives in the underwater habitat and likes her life there. Bowen is a disruption and she's not sure what she thinks about him. Some of her people are going missing and the evidence shows that the human grouping that Bowen leads are responsible. However the man she meets is more honourable than that.There are secrets and lies and a lot of complicated politics and Bowen may die or be left brain dead if this procedure goes wrong. It's interesting. Again, the man in this story is dealing with supporting rather than taking over from the woman and he communicates with her. I'm enjoying this move in fiction. Strong men who don't need to prove anything.
  • (3/5)
    I love this series, and I liked this book as well, but I think I was not personally in the mood to be introduced to a slew of new characters just yet. I did enjoy it though. (3.5 stars)
  • (5/5)
    This second book of the Psy-Changeling Trinity series concentrates on Bowen Knight who is in charge of the Human Alliance. The story begins with him becoming conscious and in the care of underwater changelings. Dr. Atalina Kahananui might have a way to keep the chip in his head that protects him from Psy mind invasion from going bad and killing him. The only problem is that there is a 95% chance that her procedure will leave him brain dead. Kaia Luna is helping her cousin Atie but her main job is being a chef. She delights in feeding all of her clanmates and taking care of them. She also becomes interested in Bo and Bo is equally intrigued by her. But, besides the medical timebomb that might take them from each other, the fragile peace between the Alliance and BlackSea is being tested. Isolated members of BlackSea are going missing and the clues lead to the Alliance.One of Kaia's childhood friends named Hugo is the latest to disappear. Before he disappeared, he gave Kaia evidence that the Alliance was behind the disappearances. This immediately causes Kaia to mistrust Bowen which throws a crimp in their romance. Meanwhile, Bowen wants to clean his own house and make sure that there are no traitors in his organization while he is still in his right mind.Both Kaia and Bo had childhood traumas that have impacts on their relationship too. Kaia fears the land and blames humans for the death of her parents when she was seven. And Bo was assaulted and mind raped by a Psy when he was a boy which has made him distrustful of telepaths. What they have in common is stronger than their differences though. Both are honorable and loyal and willing to do anything for their people. This was a great romance and an engaging mystery too. I liked the way Bo and BlackSea worked together to track down their various traitors. I loved getting to know more about BlackSea whose changelings have made some appearances in earlier stories and finding out more about their world. I liked the focus on Bo and the ties he was trying to build with the changelings and even with Kaleb Krychek.
  • (4/5)
    Loved this latest installment in the Psi-Changling series, though it was NOTHING like I'd expected. Yes, there were a few sex scenes, but they weren't too obnoxious and I was able to skim over them easily and get back to the action. Speaking of which, this was a bit light on action and didn't advance the overarching Trinity arc that much, but I loved reading about life in a biosphere in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean and meeting a bunch of new characters, plus some of my favorite characters from other books were there too, particularly Kaleb and Sahara, who made the ending one of my favorites of all the books. I got this book free from First-To-Read for an honest review.
  • (5/5)
    Wow - just love the water based changlings. The Consortium has to go!
  • (3/5)
    This one deals with the aquatic changelings and trying to save Bowen from the chip he had implanted in his head. Bowen is thought to be dead by almost everyone he knows after taking a bullet to the heart. But due to some fast work by members of the Alliance he is moved to a Black Sea instillation in the ocean where scientists are working hard with new tech to neutralize the failing psy blocking chip in his head. Once the chip fails it will kill him and there are other people with the chip that will be in the same boat he is in now if the solution doesn’t work. Even with a slim chance at getting the chip fixed Bowne is determined to go through with the experimental treatment and also woo Kaia. Kaia is a former scientist and currently a chef on the station and really doesn’t want to lose her heart to this man that she feels a great attraction to. The book is a race to see if they will be able to save Bowen before the chip does him in and as usual there are lots of heartfelt scenes between the two of them. Another great book in the series but not one that moves the overall plot much.

    Digital review copy provided by the publisher through NetGalley