Wolf Rain

Wolf Rain

A Psy-changeling Trinity Novel

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Kidnapped as a young girl, her psychic powers harnessed by a madman, Memory lives a caged and isolated existence until she comes face-to-face with a wolf. Labelled an empath by her bad-tempered rescuer, Memory knows that her 'gift' is nothing but is a terrible darkness that means she will always be hunted. Alexei prefers to keep his packmates at bay, the bleak history of his family a constant reminder that mating, love, hope is not for him. But Memory, this defiant and fearless woman who stands toe-to-toe with him awakens the most primal part of his nature. Soon he must make a choice: risk everything or lose Memory to a murderous darkness that wants to annihilate her from existence. -- adapted from jacket
Publisher: New York :, Berkley, an imprint of Penguin Random House LLC,, 2019.
Edition: First edition.
Copyright Date: ©2019
ISBN: 9781984803597
Branch Call Number: FIC SING
Characteristics: 392 pages ; 24 cm.


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Oct 09, 2019

Does not disappoint. Always a great author. Excellent characters. Amazing series.

Jun 05, 2019

Nalini Singh writes a wildly exciting story full of hope… and sexy wolf shifters 😉

“Alexi Harte: SnowDancer wolf, 6.2, blond, gray-eyed, and panty-melting gorgeous.”

I absolutely LOVED Alexi’s book! We finally get to see what makes him tick, and it’s exciting and heartbreaking. Alexi carries a heavy burden with a deadly family curse that affects mated pairs. That’s why Alexi keeps his distance and never lets himself get close with anyone. There’s just something about a damaged hero that makes me swoon! Alexi is so loyal to his pack and loved by all. His quick smile and happy disposition hide Alexi’s pain, and you can’t help but want to reach out and hug the heck out of him!

Memory has gone through hell having been kidnapped at 8 years old by a sadistic and cold psy. After years of being held captive, she’s rescued by Alexi and protected by the SnowDancers. Despite her captivity and years of abuse, Memory has a powerful resilience and beautiful spirit. She’s loving, kind and so strong. Memory definitely can hold her own against a “big wolfy chicken!” The couple pair beautifully together.

The storyline is brilliantly crafted, and the characters are vibrant and plentiful! I absolutely love coming back to the series. The world is so big, and you can sometimes feel lost, but the characters and plot ground the reader and offer an enjoyable and memorable experience. I highly recommend WOLF RAIN and any book, novella, snippet or grocery list written by Ms. Singh!

Mar 22, 2019

Way better than the last one, and worth the hardback price if you’re a collector. (Series beginners should go all the way back to enjoy the complete journey.) So in addition to a love story for Alexei, wolf lieutenant, we get to learn more of how empathy can save the Psy. I’ve always been a fan of Singh’s world building, and she gets back to it in this one. There’s a lot to be treasured in the exploration of how body, mind, and spirit balance, and that’s one of the major themes of the Psy-Changeling series. This book explores the strange bond between psychopaths and empaths—in the context of the Psynet, not the romance. Alexei rescues an empath who’s not aware she’s an empath, and tries very hard not to mate with her. We know from the beginning how that’s going to work out; it’s the mystery of who’s the stealth Psy that’s trying to kill all the empaths that drives the larger story. There’s enough closure to be satisfying, and a clue to the elevation of suspense coming in the next book...if only it didn’t take so much longer to write than to read, because now I’ve got to wait another year until the next one! (Thanks to the First To Read program, I got a temporary digital copy)~Miss Em


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