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Allegiance of Honor

(Psy-Changeling #15)

4.27  ·  Rating details ·  11,022 ratings  ·  1,308 reviews
The “unparalleled romantic adventure” of Nalini Singh’s New York Times bestselling series continues as a new dawn begins for the Psy-Changeling world...

The Psy-Changeling world has undergone a staggering transformation and now stands at a crossroads. The Trinity Accord promises a new era of cooperation between disparate races and groups. It is a beacon of hope held tog
ebook, 478 pages
Published June 14th 2016 by Berkley
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Val ⚓️ Shameless Non-Snowflake ⚓️
3.5 "Ensembles Just Aren't My Bag Stars"

This was me before starting this book, literally:

"There's not enough space in the universe to contain the squee right now."


This was me when I cracked it open, read the Author's Note, and soon realized that it was an "ensemble" book:


And this was me about 25 pages in:


Now, let me get one thing straight:

I love Nalini Singh.

Her writing and story lines are incomparable.
I am continuously impressed by her talent and the complex, tangible worlds she has been abl
4 1/2 to 5 Stars

This book just made me happy! So, so happy. Thank you Nalini Singh for giving me a series I will forever treasure. ❤️

Jessica's Totally Over The Top Book Obsession
This was a cute read. It was pretty much just getting to caught up with all the past characters and seeing the pup/cubs born. I enjoyed it a lot but it felt more like a fluffy filler than a main book in the series. More like a really reallllly big novella lol. My favorite parts were Nikita meeting her granddaughter for the first time. And what is going on with Anthony and Nikita I hope it's a romance starting up. I so want Nikita and Anthony to get a book! I also love all the little kids. I am a ...more
Camila (previously the opinionated Catruler)
"So many bonds," [Xavier] murmured as the two of them stood under a night sky that reminded him of Kaleb's cardinal eyes. "So many connections. Our world is becoming the interlinked entity it was always meant to be."*

Having finished the book I feel a complete sense of fulfillment.

Everything is not tied-up. All villains are not dead, and not all heroes have found their place and happy endings. Not all answers have been found, and there are some questions that are yet in need of being asked
When I got a letter telling me that I could have a signed ARC of this book I felt like a schoolgirl meeting a boy band. I LOVE Nalini Singh's writing! The archangel series is probably my favorite series ever. So, when I wasn't exactly thrilled with this book, I felt guilty. How could I NOT like this book? I'm a terrible person! There are even PUPCUBS involved. What more could I want?

That's your answer to every problem, Mr. Groundhog! And, it NEVER works!

So, here's the thing, it's just too long,
Aug 13, 2015 rated it really liked it

3,5 stars

PsyNet. Web of Stars. ShadowNet. Honeycomb.
After so many books it's easy to notice that undergoing symbol of this series is a connection, a web of social relationships between characters we got to meet so far. That becomes more obvious than ever in AoH since, abandoning a familiar paranormal romance formula, we are not focused on development of one, central, romantic relationship- we are seeing our characters thrive as part of community, not just as couples.
This is where I need to stat
Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾

I still remember the first time I picked up a Nalini Singh book. I was at the library and looking for more PNR to binge on (I was going through a huge PNR phase). And then I spot a series of books that looked like the covers belonged on a bad 80's action movie. My inner cover wh*re cringed a little but I will forever be grateful I picked up that first book because that turned into what I now refer to as the PNR binge of 2010. When someone asks me what my favorite PNR series is to date, it
Aisling Zena
3.5 stars

All the different POVs made my poor head hurt. Trying to remember everyone, mixing up their names, then keeping track of whose pupcubs are whose, my brain just wants to check out now. It was great seeing everyone's HEAs still holding up (side look at you Susan Fanetti) and prevailing over the Consortium for the moment but no more ensemble books for me. It tired me out.

Sep 23, 2015 rated it really liked it

Ow, wow! Even after 15 books, this series is still amazing and it never ceases to surprise me. When I begin to think that there could not be any more interesting things or situations to anticipate, Nalini introduces new EXTRAORDINARY characters and I just can't wait for their books to be written and released. The series is truly captivating and I hope it never ends. I want to read about everyone. I want every Psy, Changeling or human find their mate and be HEA. I want to see the children, pups a

I LOVED this book!!!

The world has changed in countless ways since the day a cardinal empath sat across from a changeling alpha, the empath trying to hide her emotions, the alpha trying to see under her skin.
There has been war, destruction, piercing love.
Loyalties have been tested.
A way of life overturned.
Blood has run red as those who would hold on to power cut down innocent lives.
Soldiers have died.
Children have been born.
Bonds have formed.
Hearts have entwined.
Old enmities have been forgott
Oct 27, 2015 rated it liked it
Shelves: paranormal

As my friend Laura said... this book is a huge family meeting!

We get to revisit ALL the characters from previous books/novellas/short stories, etc.!!! EVERY. SINGLE. ONE of them has a chapter dedicated here!

I had the feeling that it was getting a little bit crowded…
Put inside this gathering all the pups/cubs of the various couples and you’ll get it…

OK so, leopard pup playing with dad is cute, but wolf kit jumping on the lap, licking, nipping… whatever… every 10 pages or so, it is a little bi
Geri Reads
Jun 15, 2016 rated it really liked it
The Psy-Changeling universe is as vast and as complex as the characters that inhabit them. Which is why, the Psy-Changeling series from Nalini Singh is undoubtly my favorite PNR series ever. Granted, I've not read that many PNR but when I do, I tend to measure them against this series.

Allegiance of Honor takes place after the events in Shards of Hope. Or thereabouts. It's post silence. The Consortium is now but a shadow of its former glory and a new power block is emerging. One that is committe
Sophia Triad
bridge book - no specific love story
Alex is The Romance Fox
Allegiance of Honor, the 15th book in Nalini Singh's stunning Psy-Changeling Series, celebrates the lives of all the characters we have come to love and how each race on Earth in the future, are dealing with the problems that faced them in a world that has become frightening and uncertain.
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The Trinity Accord, an alliance formed between the Psy/Changeling/Human races is being threatened by the Consortium, a shadowy faction bent on destabilising the peace and co-operation among the thre
Jen Davis
May 27, 2016 rated it it was amazing
I haven’t enjoyed a book this much in a long time. To be fair, though, this not your average Psy-Changeling book. It’s not a romance. It’s more like a dozen romances, all reveling in their own versions of Happily Ever After. It’s a reunion. It’s a celebration. An ending and a beginning. And maybe that won’t be what every reader wants. But for me, this book won on every level. I cried. I laughed out loud. I basked in a thousand feels and I ended the story completely satisfied.

There are so many th
What a dud.

I’ve been a great fan of this series ever since I read the first book, almost 7 years ago. In fact, this series is the reason why I got into the paranormal genre (I was never a fan of Twlight.) From the beginning, I loved the combination of impossible love stories with plots full of action and incredible twists. ALL of that was missing in this book.

Allegiance of Honor was completely unnecessary, a book without plot and no main couple. Instead, we’re treated to almost 500 pages of dail
Blacky *Romance Addict*

This is actually a huuuuuuuge epilogue for every book and novella so far, and a huuuuge prequel for the characters that will have books in the rest of the series. I'm not a big fan of so many characters taking the lead spot in only one book (and believe me there were MANY here), BUT. It's so wonderful seeing them all again that it's worth the read definitely. AND it got me very curious about the new characters. Who will have the next book I wonder???

Robin (Bridge Four)
4 Totally for the Fans Stars
5 Stars for Cuteness of seeing ALL the Characters in happy family moments
5 Stars for all the heartwarm moments
2 Stars for actual plot development

This is a fan book. What I mean by that is this alternates from blissfully happy moments showing The Packs and the Arrows with children, to established couples getting it on, to minuscule plot developments. No a lot actually happens.


- Chapter where a very adorable Naya now 1 shifts for the first time into her kit
Jo ★The Book Sloth★
Feb 14, 2016 marked it as to-be-continued
An ensemble cast?? Really now?

I'm not happy! I'm wishing this won't have a gazillion POVs but I'm probably not gonna get my wish...
RATING: 4 Hearts!

Heroes, I’ve learned, don’t always wear white.
Sometimes they come from the darkness, shadows among shadows.

Allegiance of Honor brings us the beginning in the end of the Psy-Changeling series. While there are many plot-lines throughout this read (sometimes getting a little overwhelming), as a whole this book is such a pleasure to read, reuniting us with many of the previous couples we've fallen in love with; Lucas and Sasha, Hawke and Sienna, Judd and Brenna, Kaleb an
Scholar inArmor

I loved this book. I really enjoyed it. The only thing that bothered me was the lack of a real (new) enemy. The Architect was glimpsed at but he did pretty much nothing. This was the first book of the new season and I had a feeling that the old enemies (Ming LeBon) need to be defeated.

Now onto the good stuff. Nikita Duncan is everything and Anthony Kyriakus is beyond awesome. I love how almost everyone hints that something weird (and hot) is going on betw
Aly is so frigging bored
1st read 13-14 June 2017
This was an amazing book! I couldn't believe how much I enjoyed it! Nalini did it again :D

When I first heard this will be a transitional book, and that it won't have a main couple I was skeptical but game. As the release day got near the excitement got to me… so the expectations were high. I loved every minute of it!

Nalini showed almost all the main couples, Xavier finally found his Nina, we got a few great Kaleb and Sahara scenes(<3), we saw more of BlackSea and most imp
Apr 22, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: fantasy, romance
This really was more an extended epilogue than a book in its own right but I love the characters enough to still have enjoyed this.
26 April 2020: $1.99 on Kindle

I've been reading this series for years - reading and re-read. In fact, you may have noticed I'm in the middle of a re-read right now with all my reviews of the earlier books finally being written. So it's no secret that I absolutely adore the world, love the characters, and am entranced by the storyline. I won't talk a whole lot about that here, in this review, because I think that I've said it often already, and probably will say it more as I continue to review pr
edge of bubble
One word for the book; smothering!

Do you think that there is no such a thing as "too much happiness", as I had naively thought before this book? Dare you to read this bundle of cuteness and then think again!

There was so much happiness, rainbows shooting out of kids' cute butts, unicorns eating coloured cupcakes, sunshine glittering at sexy chest hairs, I had to take breaks and think depressing thoughts to be able to continue reading. Seriously. One more scene with aww see how cute and happy and
Lady Lioness
So let me paint you a picture. There I am, piles of paperwork strewn across my desk, checking back and forth between my computer screen and the top pile, when I get an email alert on my iWatch.

An email with the Berkley Romance widget to download Allegiance of Honor has just arrived.

I am grateful that most of my coworkers were out to lunch as I began to make inarticulate noises while frantically searching for my cell phone, lost somewhere beneath the papers. Then I had to wait for my own lunch
There is a reason that Nalini Singh is my favourite author, she consistently writes amazing book after amazing book and she is the absolute queen of world building and creating fantastic characters. It's not often you get to book 15 in a series and find that the author has once again managed to give you something fresh and new but that is exactly what she has done with Allegiance of Honour. This book is a tribute to all the previous couples we've met and fallen in love with and all the side char ...more
As Ms. Singh says in the introduction of this book, "[the previous book] Shards of Hope closed what I think of as the first arc, or season one, of the series, while also opening season two. Before we dive fully into the next arc, however, I want to take a look back and see how far the world and its characters have come since [the first book] Slave to Sensation." On that note, I think that Allegiance of Honor is a must-read to anyone who's been following the Psy-Changeling series, because we get ...more

1. Describe this book in three words

Suzanne: Sweet, Slow, Filler

Annie: Unexpected. Sweet. Heartwarming.

2. Was Allegiance of Honor what you expected?

Suzanne: No, it definitely wasn’t what I was expecting from Singh. This book didn’t have a new romance in it, but was rather showing all the different couples from the previous series and what they are doing and how they are feeling now Silence has fallen. As much as I did enjoy seeing this, it wasn’t what I was expecting.

Annie: Definitely not.
Sweet, but not much to advance the plot. I liked the scene when Sascha used her empathic powers to stop an enemy. I liked the scene when Nikita met her granddaughter Niya the leopard-Psy cross-breed. I liked the three-chapter-long party at the end. Funny and sweet. Otherwise, this transitional book is mainly one sweet scene after another, featuring every couple Singh created. (Yes, have no fear, they all still love each other, complete with some smexy scenes.)

There are meetings. Lots of them. W
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