Hostage to Pleasure: The Psy-Changeling Series - Nalini Singh Reviews
Description:ISBN 0575100036 / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Nalini Singh / Paperback / 352 Pages / Book is published 2011-03-10 by Gollancz
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**Warning: Spoilers for earlier books in the series** Hostage to Pleasure is the fifth book in Nalini Singh's Psy Changeling paranormal romance series. This book starts where the last leaves off. Dorian, a changeling, rescues the son of Ashaya, a Psy scientist who is being forced to work on a new protocol that will turn all Psy into a hive mind and put them under total control of the Psy Council. With Ashaya's son safe from the Psy Ashaya is free to make her own escape. Ashaya finds relative safety with the changeling's but even there she is not totally safe. The last thing Dorian wants is a Psy for a mate, he hold the entire race responsible for the brutal ... Read the complete review
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