Gripping. In this second book of the series the plot thickens, and new characters make interesting appearances. Looking forward to more psy-changelings' stories.
Singh did a good job of connecting this book to the first - it began with some Lucas & Sasha interaction to satisfy our needs, but gradually shifted into strictly Vaughn & Faith. However, Singh managed to do all of this without forgetting the main objective of this book. Another admirable thing about this book was the clear differences in personalities and positions in the Pack that Singh took into account while writing this story. Unlike Lucas who is the Pack's Alpha, other Pack members didn't play quite the same pivotal role in this book as they did in the first one. Instead, Singh took into account Vaughn's solitary nature and did a really nice job of making that distinction.
While I enjoyed this book, and the Vaughn & Faith coupling, I would have to say that I enjoyed the first book just a bit more. There were parts of this book that were confusing, namely, all the stuff going on in Faith's head, that could have been explained a bit better. Other than that, it was a great book....Continua