Play of Passion
Indigo Riverie and Andrew Kincaid, both members of the SnowDancer wolf pack.
I loved Drew. Sexy, dominant, caring, sweet, strong, fabulous in bed and funny too.
So what if he’s younger than Indigo? So what if he’s a dominant like her???? Girl, get a grip!! This was one woman that drove me totally nuts!
She had feelings for Drew and refused to give i ...more
Well...the only reason I'm even finishing this story and giving it 2,5 stars is because of Drew and I really didn't want to miss out on how the council affairs are going. We all know there is a war basically already going on just in the background where most humans and psy don't see it. I think the most action was in the last 85% and it was to me at least the only part worth reading.
I cannot tell you how much I loathe Indy, I mean I've never, honestly never, read about a character that ...more
This series will definitely be one of the best I've ever read :) I became addicted to this world from page 1, and I guess I'll stay that way untill the final book
In Play of Passion, we get to see the wolf pack again (I just love reading about the changelings ). Indigo is a lietenant and a dominant female in the pack. Drew has been in love with her for a long time, but being lower in rank, he doesn't have a chance
This was similar to R ...more
Indigo is the most dominant female in he ...more
This book sported one of the most charming, swoon-worthy, and delectable heroes in this series. I fell head-over-heels in love with all that is Drew. However, and I know I'm in the minority here, I felt it also sported the most wishy-washy, fickle, and egotistical heroine I've read to date. I did NOT like Indigo for most of this book. That said, she finally won me over, and, frankly Drew wanted h ...more
Drew is a very playful, laidback, easy-going male. Everybody loves him. Especially children. And girls.
The problem is that he wants Indigo. And although he is a dominant wolf:
a) He is not as dominant as Indigo
b) He is younger than Indigo. Not much younger, but Indigo used to train him and now basically she is his superior.
The good thing is that Indigo likes him, too. In a friendly kind of way. At leas ...more
Another interesting addition to Psy-Changeling series!
As a fan of this series, I can tell that the author once again enchanted and enthralled me with this fantastic storytelling. In this book, we meet Indigo Riviere, Snow Dancer lieutenant, and Andrew Kincaid, Snow Dancer tracker. Yes! Finally it was Drew’s time!
I was a little bit disappointed with Indigo. Her stubbornness almost ruined the thrill of reading. Fortunately, she came to her senses before I got really pissed at her. Drew, on th ...more
I loved loved loved Drew!
He was absolutely wonderful! And I really thought I'd love Indigo too. And I did... when she was not complaining.
I mean, the age difference between them was 4 of years. And they live for more than 100 years, soo.... yeah, a 4-year difference is a really big one! Not...
And this age thing wouldn't have been so annoying if they hadn't talked about it every 5 pages! I get it, you don't like that the guy is younger than you, but stop complaining about that every 2 ...more
I’ll be honest, I enjoyed the main characters in this book a lot, but even if they were mediocre I might have given this book at least a 4 anyway. The excitement of getting back into the Changeling world and the ultra-excitement of getting to see way more of Hawke would have probably won me over even if Indigo and Drew were lame. Luckily they weren’t, but I’m just saying… :)
I liked Indigo--although I did have a few issues with her that I’ll get ...more
Hot! Hot! Hot! Play of Passion is such a perfect, fitting title for this!
Whew boy! Singh really turned up the heat in this latest installment with the Changeling/Changeling pairing (Yay...finally!) of SnowDancer wolf shifters Indigo and Drew. Lieutenant Indigo Riviere and tracker Drew Kincaid struggle with alpha dominance, pack ranking, jealousy, and age issues while indulging in an explosive attraction and investigating a possible Psy Council threat on the SnowDancer ...more
girl: Feminine snort. "Seen it, felt it, don't want to buy the T-shirt.."
Now, this is my kind of girl!
Except, then she gets a bit whiny...I knew it was too good to be true.
So, in this one we have Drew, a wolf hottie oozing charm, and Indigo, another wolf who happens to be 4 years older than Drew and has him firmly in the friend-zone. But, Drew has it bad for Indie, so one night he kisses her.
Freak out time!
Drew wasn't only to ...more
Currently rereading - 05/07/2018 - 06/07/2018 - 3.5-4 ★
There’s still not really a lot I can add to some of the many gushing reviews here, as most of you have read them all before. But I’m gonna put in my two pence worth in. I found this harder to read the second time around.
Spring 2081. Too many powerful Psy have defected, too many are breaking conditioning, and too many fractures riddle the net. Some say it is inevitable that Silence wil ...more
Note: I know that Hawke will take Drew's place as soon as his book is out, but Drew will get to enjoy his spot in my dreams until then, LOL.
Buddy read with the fantastic Choko and Angela over at BB&B.
Because he’d made his decision—to stop circling and fight for what he wanted.
And he wanted Indigo.
Smart, dangerous, fascinating Indigo.
Andrew Kincaid has many skills. He’s the tracker for the SnowDancer wolfpack, best at finding rogue shifters, and his charming personality allows him to befriend all, gaining their trust and their secrets. But he will need all the skills he has to win the heart of the very dominant lieutenant, Indi...more
It's a sad day everybody. Sad day here in France and all over the world. A rating so low for a Psy-Changeling book. Let's take a minute to mourn the loss of so many beautiful stars.
I have a serious problem with heroines like Indigo. I can't say I didn't like this book because I did, it was no hardship to read it but I did not feel anything while reading it.
I felt like the plot was inexistent, sure the packs are having some problems with the Psy Council but that's all. Nothing bi ...more
With the last two books being Psy-oriented, it was great to be back in SnowDancer territory and catch up with Brenna, Judd, Riley and Sienna. Some readers thought that there wasn’t enough romance in the previous two books, but I think Singh listened and gave what the fans wanted in Play ...more
MORE THAN 5 STARS!! and one of MY TOP TEN READ FOR 2011
One of the best book in Psy Changeling series so far,and big kudos to Ms Nalini Singh for her beautiful and talented writing style! She will be,no doubt, my Author of The Year for 2011! (my own award of course)
Before I write why I love this book, this is my pic of Drew :
Ohh, c'mon! Lower that pants and show your sexy butt, Drew! =P
(still search sexy sce ...more
Drew - you can't help but really like - a perfect match for strong an ...more
Buddy read with the fantastic Jo and Angela over at BB&B. We love our passionate changelings!!!
The setting for this tale was the SnowDancer pack land, whose alpha is Hawk. He is having some issues staying away from Sienna, finding her too young and feeling he has to push her away. Apparently, his need, but lack of sex, affects the rest of the pack and makes them nervous. Well, I wonder if this had to do with two good friends, buddies and protectors of the pack, finally getting to see e ...more
The sooner you accept that you should treat this book as a sort of a big prequel for Kiss of Snow, the sooner you'd be able to appreciate it. Because that's what it is - a preparation for things that happen in the ...more
First Riley, Mr Bada bing Bada BOOM!, now (An)Drew...HUBBA HUBBA!!! I want to *bleep-edited*
Seriously what is it with these Kincaid men that I go.....*bleeeep -edited*...ok I better stop as I'm trying to maintain a PG rated review here...but really...!
Drew is young, funny, easy to get along with, playful (very!) wolf but also a hard working and very efficient tracker of Snow Dancer pack but has never had to work for female companionship. Women flock ...more
A nice book and very hot hero, but far from a keeper.
One of the things that bugged me, was that I finished the book and still have no idea what Indigo was searching for in a man. She wanted someone who was more dominant than her, but not too dominant that he orders her around, but when she starts dating Drew she finds out he's much more dominant than she thought, even more than her, but her wolf won't accept him because he's not dominant enough??? A convoluted way of thinking if you ask me, ...more
2013 Re-read Note: Review is from original read. I still love this book. Drew's charm still makes me grin.
Drew Kincaid is well used to long, difficult hunts as the pack tracker – responsible for reining in wolves that go rogue, giving in to their animal halves. Doing everything he can to save them and bring th ...more
The ninth book in the popular Psy-Changelings series, 'Play of Passion' is focused on two wolf changelings--Drew Kincaid and Indigo Riviere. We met both characters in earlier books. Brother to Riley and Brenna, Drew is a tracker/rogue hunter who reports directly to Hawke. The highest ranking female in the SnowDancer pack, Indigo discounts Drew as a potential romantic interest since he is four years younger and not part of the hierarchy. He is perseverent and ...more
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