By Nalini Singh
The “unparalleled romantic adventure”* of Nalini Singh’s New York Times bestselling sequence maintains as a brand new sunrise starts off for the Psy-Changeling world…
A extraordinary transformation has positioned the Psy, people, and changelings at a crossroads. The Trinity Accord can provide a brand new period of cooperation among disparate races and teams. it's a beacon of desire held jointly through many arms: previous enemies, new allies, cautious loners.
yet a century of mistrust and suspicion can’t be so simply forgotten, and it threatens to shatter Trinity from inside of at any second. As rival individuals vie for dominance, chaos and evil assemble within the shadows and a abducted woman’s cry for support washes up in San Francisco, whereas the Consortium turns its murderous gaze towards a toddler who's the embodiment of swap, of affection, of piercing desire: a toddler who's either Psy…and changeling.
to discover the misplaced and guard the vulnerable—and to avoid wasting Trinity—no you can still stand on my own. it is a time of loyalty throughout divisions, of bonds woven into the center and the soul, of heroes recognized and unknown status again to again and conserving the road. yet is an allegiance of honor even attainable with traitors lurking of their midst?
*Publishers Weekly on Shards of Hope
From the Hardcover edition.
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It befit what he was, a secret unknown to the world. ” Because there was a high chance Leila was no longer in that old CCE facility. Miane refused to believe the bright young woman was already dead, like so many of BlackSea’s vulnerable and far-flung members. The ones who swam alone or in small groups. Where the Consortium believed they wouldn’t be missed. I miss you, Leila. The girl was on their list of vanished members, the disappearance reported by another lone swimmer who’d crossed paths with Leila once a month and who’d searched weeks for her in the warm waters around Samoa.
Clay shot him another quick look. ” Lucas retracted them with conscious effort of will, then shoved his hair out of his eyes; the black strands reached his nape at the moment. He’d have had it cut shorter except that Sascha loved running her fingers through it. He might wear a human skin at times, but he was also very much a cat—he wasn’t about to do anything to lower his chances of being petted. Unfortunately, it wasn’t such pleasurable thoughts on his mind right then. ” Sascha had explained the psychic network that connected all Psy on the planet, except for the renegades, as a giant repository of knowledge.
It had taken her time to learn that tone, but it was very effective at getting her favorite dose of double trouble to pay attention. Tamsyn’s boys had been the first changeling children Sascha ever met, and she adored them to pieces, was guilty of spoiling them—but she’d also learned to discipline them as they grew. Not because they were naughty in a bad way, but because both were strong personalities and needed to understand that right now, Sascha was the boss when they were with her. The rules of pack hierarchy existed for a reason, and for DarkRiver cubs, it existed to give them a firm foundation on which to stand.