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  1. Jessica& Jessica& says:

    3.5This book was just slightly better than okay for me I didn t really care for Clay or Talin So their relationship was just ok for me I did enjoy the plot and everything else it was just the couple that was meh.


  2. Sophia Triad Sophia Triad says:

    Clay Bennett Changeling and Talin McKade HumanTalin, he said softly, surrendering completely to the madness Her spine stiffened, but at last, she turned And the entire world stopped breathing After the out of this world Psy and the larger than life Changelings, in this book we meetwellthe average, boring, helpless, weakhumans.Talin the human and Clay the leopard belonged to each other since they were children Clay realised that soon So, when Talin was in trouble, he did no Clay Bennett Changeling and Talin McKade HumanTalin, he said softly, surrendering completely to the madness Her spine stiffened, but at last, she turned And the entire world stopped breathing After the out of this world Psy and the larger than life Changelings, in this book we meetwellthe average, boring, helpless, weakhumans.Talin the human and Clay the leopard belonged to each other since they were children Clay realised that soon So, when Talin was in trouble, he did not hesitate to kill for her and as a result he was locked away for years.Talin, on the other hand, did not want to accept that she belonged to Clay So, when Clay asked for her, he was informed that she died.Nowadays, Clay is a powerful sentinel in DarkRiver pack He has never overcome the lose of Talin and for this reason he has been always on the verge of being lost in his animal side.Talin has grown up and has never stopped thinking of Clay although she has never tried to find him and explained to him why she pretended that she was dead But now she is in trouble She is a social worker and her children disappear and die horribly Only Clay can help her.When Clay sees Talin again, he is absolutely sure that he will never let her go again Unfortunately a Talin is sick and b someone wants her deadYou re mine Therefore you re perfectI loved this book, not so much for the love story but mostly for the horrific side story of the missing children I really wanted the children to survive, I was wondering for the reasons they were abducted and the reasons for the experiments I was satisfied with the answers and the solutions, but I think the way Talin s sickness was handled, it was a bit farfetched.More interesting characters are introduced and basically this book is an introduction to the next book Hostage to Pleasure


  3. Kristen Kristen says:

    Full review finally posted on 11 3 135 FantasticStars I was shocked at how much I LOVED this somewhat heartbreaking, humorous, endearing, and amazingly heartwarming story This book s focus was about the main couple s complicated and enduring relationship rather than the world building aspect of the over all story arc I won t lie, I struggled at first with the heroine and what seemed to be her weak behavior however, once I realized why she reacted the way she did, I ended up her biggest Full review finally posted on 11 3 135 FantasticStars I was shocked at how much I LOVED this somewhat heartbreaking, humorous, endearing, and amazingly heartwarming story This book s focus was about the main couple s complicated and enduring relationship rather than the world building aspect of the over all story arc I won t lie, I struggled at first with the heroine and what seemed to be her weak behavior however, once I realized why she reacted the way she did, I ended up her biggest cheerleader I quickly came to realized because of all she d been through, that Tally, a human, is emotionally the strongest heroine in this series thus far, and I loved her all thefor all she s been through Her and Clay s tragic yet inspiring love story was simply phenomenal My only grumble was how cruel and demeaning the hero was toward the heroine at the beginning of the story Other than that, I loved this book It s been over a month since I read this story and I m still thinking about it If that doesn t deserve 5 stars, I don t know what does


  4. Angela Angela says:

    August 2016 re read Over the years since I ve first read this book I ve had many feelings about it Some good, some well, not so good For a long time this was my least favorite book and I don t think it ll ever be one of my favorites It s too uneasy, and hits an incredibly uncomfortable spot for me But I have reached a new understanding with this book, and the characters that take the spotlight in it.My biggest problem was always Talin She had an incredibly hard childhood, filled August 2016 re read Over the years since I ve first read this book I ve had many feelings about it Some good, some well, not so good For a long time this was my least favorite book and I don t think it ll ever be one of my favorites It s too uneasy, and hits an incredibly uncomfortable spot for me But I have reached a new understanding with this book, and the characters that take the spotlight in it.My biggest problem was always Talin She had an incredibly hard childhood, filled with abuse of many and varied kinds and then, when she was barely old enough for school, she witnessed the very horrific death of her abuser at the hands of her best friend Clay Clay is Changeling, so you can imagine that it was messy and gory, and not at all something that is easily brushed past I don t blame Clay for that And Talin doesn t either But it s stilltrauma on top of the trauma she d already been subjected to day in and day out.I used to be irritated with Talin Everything Clay did was for his love of her His care and need to care for her Why did she treat him with such callous disregard Why did she disappear from his life, letting him think she was dead, for so long Why cause him that pain Honestly, I hated Talin for a long, long, long time.Something new happened on this read though and this is one of the reasons I love re reading so much I understand Talin now She did what she had to do in order to survive She d been traumatized, lost, left, and forgotten She was a child And Clay, though he was only a few years older than Talin, was already growing into the personality that would one day lead to his being a Sentinel The power differential between them was so great, and the pain that Talin couldn t forget was a barrier.Talin needed to heal herself, become a whole person again, before being dragged under someone s strong personality Clay wouldn t have done it intentionally, wouldn t have wanted to damage her he loved her but when someone is broken, it s hard to not subjugate yourself to a much stronger personality It s hard to not become the person they, however subtly or unintentionally, push you to being.So Talin took that time And I get that I finally understand that I don t know if it s me growing, or if I just finally read what was always there.I don t know why I understand this now when I never did before, but I do I also get the blame, and the hurt, the pain and the worry about being abandoned again How could she feel any differently I was still, slightly, annoyed by the fact that she basically laid claim to Clay, becoming possessive of him even with his Pack, when she didn t really trust him But feelings are nuanced A person can feel many things for one person or situation at a time Just because there were doubts doesn t mean she didn t already love him.What really surprised me this time was the anger I felt towards Clay Talin, like many sexual abuse survivors, took to hurting herself with sex I understand this in ways that I wish I didn t When Talin lashed out at Clay that she d been with so many men she couldn t remember all their names or faces he became angry Rage filled anger Not physically directed at Talin, but emotionally he became distant until she pushed him again to address it His anger quickly became about the fact that she should have kept herself safe and cherished, but initially it was possessive She was his and no one else should have had her.Even if she d never been abused Even if there was never that trauma She could have slept with whomever she so desired in her past Like he did Like he did Argh Look, I get it This is the flip side of the Changeling possessiveness He always knew she was his But she didn t, and she was hurt hurt beyond measure For him to judge her.it enrages me.In the end, Clay and Talin work through everything in their past and present to become a strong united couple I feel confident in them, and their future And while I don t love everything they did to each other, how much they hurt each other, I finally have a new appreciation for the choices each of them made, and can look at them without the level of irritation I carried before.Review also posted at The Book EatersOriginal ThoughtsTalin irritates the hell out of me If she hadn t spent the majority of the book afraid of Clay, I probably wouldn t have such an issue with her But, as a friend of mine said, she comes off as a snot.Thanks Anna for sharing this with me, it s perfect for Talin Their history with each other is fantastic, and full of depth It really shows how Clay became the person he is And I loved seeingabout this intensely shut off character To be fair, their history shows why Talin became the person she did as well I could understand her issues with Clay for a good part of the book, but it just went a little too far for me That s personal and may be different for other people that read.The reason that Talin seeks Clay out the mystery of the book, was really interesting, too It moves things along in the overall storyline very nicely.Overall, I enjoy this book, but it s mostly for Clay and the world implications Talin just pisses me off


  5. Choko Choko says:

    4 A buddy read with my family at BB B This is the fourth book in the series and I keep enjoying as much as when I started It is a PNR with a new couple finding love in each book The best part of the series, at least to me, is the amazing world building and the specifics which make up the differences between the three main races the Psy, the Changelings or animal shifters , and humans In all the previous books we got to meet Psy and Changeling characters, letting us into the world 4 A buddy read with my family at BBB This is the fourth book in the series and I keep enjoying as much as when I started It is a PNR with a new couple finding love in each book The best part of the series, at least to me, is the amazing world building and the specifics which make up the differences between the three main races the Psy, the Changelings or animal shifters , and humans In all the previous books we got to meet Psy and Changeling characters, letting us into the world of brain dominance and physical prowess, but we only heard of the humans, a bit like a filler for the backgroundThis time, our Leopard Changeling Clay is faced with a ghost from his past Tally was the 8 year old human girl for whose safety he committed a murder and spend his youth in juvenile detention When he came out, he was told she is dead and he never truly stopped grieving for her Now she is a woman, beautiful and alive, who has come to him to seek help She has become a social worker and the kids who have been associated with the foundation she is working for, are disappearing, some of them found soon after disfigured, butchered, and lifeless She wants to save the last one of them, a kid she cares for deeply Her need of the over protective Leopard is greater than the shame and guilt she feels over lying to him But would Clay be able to put away the pain and hurt in order to help her And could she hope that he could even forgive her Clay, however, is a hard sell, and the nature of his beast is not very forgiving The enigmatic cat is going to have his pound of flesh I liked Clay a lot and had some issues with the unnecessary angst Tally liked to wallow in What I loved were the cameos by the previous couples and seeing them grow into devoted lovers and strong players in the world s powers system The little Cubs are adorable and I want to adopt them all The Psy Council is still fascinating and the machinations behind the scene are intricate and engaging After finishing this book I wanted to dive straight into the next one, but I had to remind myself to pace the good stuff and not to gorge on treats, which in my case means fun books I would recommend this series to lovers of romance and a setting of a world full of Fantasy and magnetic creatures It is a pure pleasure meeting all the characters NS creates for us I wish you all Happy Reading and may you always find pleasure in every book


  6. Beanbag Love Beanbag Love says:

    This installment of Singh s Psy Changeling series was different in that neither of the two leads was a psy I have to admit, I prefer that The psy storyline always seems the same to me We have to go through the whole awakening thing and it always seems to present the same way So this was a refreshing change and I liked the plot and story better.However, the writing itself was weaker than the others Singh reused several phrases to the point were I actually laughed a couple of times His le This installment of Singh s Psy Changeling series was different in that neither of the two leads was a psy I have to admit, I prefer that The psy storyline always seems the same to me We have to go through the whole awakening thing and it always seems to present the same way So this was a refreshing change and I liked the plot and story better.However, the writing itself was weaker than the others Singh reused several phrases to the point were I actually laughed a couple of times His leopard stilled or he stilled or he went leopard still could have been a drinking game I got this picture of a guy who would freeze in mid conversation and it was actually pretty comical when of course it wasn t meant to be.Then there were the inner arguments for Talin I love him but he can t love me but it will kill him if something happens to me but is he only with me for loyalty No, damnit, he cares and on and on and on Really it feltlike padding The mystery and the story itself was very good though And I really liked the romance even with the repetitive phrases and inner monologues At first it seemed a bit squicky because he sees a woman with his childhood friend s scent and appearance, but thinks his friend is dead The last time he saw her she was eight But his first thoughts about this mystery woman are sexual Huh Doesn t add up for me.Thankfully we move on from there and it doesn t feel squicky any because we forget that little tidbit, but it would have been nice if his first reaction had been a bitchaste.Clay and Talin were friends in a low income apartment complex She was an abused foster child and he was a changeling living with his crazy human mother who demanded he suppress his leopard half He s older than Talin by about five years They meet when she s three and helps him after he s gotten hurt outside and nobody bothers to notice She s not afraid of him and he immediately becomes her best friend and protector Until he goes too far with the latter and they re cruelly separated just when they need each other the most.There are several things that make this a really nice setup One, they pretty much bonded as children without the romantic side to it Two, they were separated by tragedy and violence that served to not only mark their destinies, but to bring them back together Three, they haven t seen each other since childhood and so are getting to know one another while continuing to have this base of knowledge regarding their past traumas but also a store of good memories to draw from It s a nice mix There s murder and mayhem and bad things happen to kids Nothing with the kids is too graphic, but you are in no doubt about it s existence Justice is served and the next book is set up nicely.So far, all the Psy Changeling books have gotten four stars from me I have criticism of all of them, but they re all good solid reads edited for clarity


  7. Jilly Jilly says:

    On the one hand, I like the world that is building in these books It is extremely intriguing and different.On the other hand, I didn t particularly like the female love interest in this book Tally She was a victim of childhood abuse, and that was portrayed really well, but she continued to live in that victim mentality with regular woe is me pity parties Considering she got away from her abuser at 8, and she was 28, with a lot of counseling and loving foster parents in the last 20 years, sh On the one hand, I like the world that is building in these books It is extremely intriguing and different.On the other hand, I didn t particularly like the female love interest in this book Tally She was a victim of childhood abuse, and that was portrayed really well, but she continued to live in that victim mentality with regular woe is me pity parties Considering she got away from her abuser at 8, and she was 28, with a lot of counseling and loving foster parents in the last 20 years, she sure seemed to resist the healing that they offered And, along with being very self pitying, she would also be combative with the person who was trying to help her It didn t make sense, really.At the beginning of the story, Tally was so afraid of Clay that she was paralyzed by fear And yet, she then started baiting him If she was so afraid of him, why would she actively try to get him angry It just seemed weird Hadn t she ever heard the saying, Don t poke the bear and then have a refreshing drink of your own urineSo, this was my least favorite book because of my dislike of Tally But, I still love the world and am looking forward to Dorian s story in the next book


  8. Mojca Mojca says:

    When I read the blurb before starting this book I was absolutely ecstatic I was about to learn everything there is to learn about Clay, the guy that s intrigued me since book one.When I opened it and started reading I couldn t wait to get to the good stuff.Then after a few pages, my enthusiasm completely blanked out.Not because of Clay, of course, he s wonderful as all changeling men are , though a bit too much on the wild side sometimes, and he could ve pulled back on the whole let s When I read the blurb before starting this book I was absolutely ecstatic I was about to learn everything there is to learn about Clay, the guy that s intrigued me since book one.When I opened it and started reading I couldn t wait to get to the good stuff.Then after a few pages, my enthusiasm completely blanked out.Not because of Clay, of course, he s wonderful as all changeling men are , though a bit too much on the wild side sometimes, and he could ve pulled back on the whole let s blame the girl for the sins she committed or cut it a little short instead of wallowing in jealous rage as he put it until it s almost too late.Nah, my enthusiasm died solely and because of the woman Ms Singh decided to pair Clay with.After three books with three strong female characters two Psy and one changeling and three incredible, drop dead gorgeous and to die for male characters two changeling and one Psy , we got one incredible, drop dead gorgeous, to die for changeling that s dangerous to boot and a human Which wouldn t be so bad, I m human, we re all human, we root for human women to get one of these see above guys Yet why the heck did Clay have to get the most obnoxious and hate able female out there After the three previous gems he s suddenly saddled with a terrified, spineless, often brainless, defective, self punishing, emotional cripple of a woman I never thought I d say this but I really wished someone would just make her a snack and get a replacement female lead.This is pure discrimination, people Why should Psy and changeling women be so wonderful and this human bitch such aWell, bitch Not even the constant mentioning of her apparently fatal disease couldn t sway me Hell, I wanted her dead The continuous emotional tennis match in her head gave me the hives.But something extraordinary happened around page 200 if I m not mistaken She suddenly woke up a completely different person and here I thought personality transplantations weren t possible , and I ended up quite liking the girl After she finally decided that ugly sex won t ruin her friendship with Clay she grew up a spine, went shopping for a sense of humor, and became a completely different woman.I really didn t get the children disappearing plot until the finishing revelation, and now I can t shake the nasty feeling the evil doings are starting to repeat I like this series too much to see it get villains and deeds carbon copied from the previous one.The only good thing this one brought was the introduction to a character that ll play a major role in the next book I ve already read the blurb and I waited with batted breath for the meeting And after it wasn t only Talin that noticed something strange.And I truly hope Councilor Kaleb Krychek ends up being a good guy Or if not necessarily a good guy at least good enough to warrant his own book, because dressed only in a pair of loose black pants, his body covered with sweatis totally worth reading about I wonder what he was doing P


  9. Somia Somia says:

    3 Light StarsI remember loving this when I first read and re read this years ago, hence why I have the paperback, this time around I enjoyed it but I didn t love it I may re read it at some point in the distant future but unlike other books in the series my fingers won t be twitching to pick it up too quickly The main characters Clay and Tally didn t engage me like I had hoped, like I expected them to.That being said there were moments that charmed me and had me smiling in delight.


  10. Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) Annie (Under the Covers Book Blog) says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I have no idea why it took me this long to discover this series I am such an idiot to have not found this sooner Singh s Psy Changeling gets better and better with each book and I am seriously at a loss for words First off, Talin is my FAVOURITE HEROINE IN THE SERIES I absolutely adore her She s a human, but she has as much bite as the other Psy girls and Brenna Her past is a dark one and it has haunted her to this day I will admit, I did tear up as I read some of the things that happened I have no idea why it took me this long to discover this series I am such an idiot to have not found this sooner Singh s Psy Changeling gets better and better with each book and I am seriously at a loss for words First off, Talin is my FAVOURITE HEROINE IN THE SERIES I absolutely adore her She s a human, but she has as much bite as the other Psy girls and Brenna Her past is a dark one and it has haunted her to this day I will admit, I did tear up as I read some of the things that happened to her I loved the fact that Talin and Clay were childhood friends It shows the depth of their relationship and Clay s actions to protect her make a great basis for a blooming romance.I will admit, I didn t like Clay inVisions of Heat He was a total asshole to Faith, but we see why in this book She reminded him of Tally and how they parted on bad terms Although he is still the brooding kind of guy, I loved his playful side and seriously fell in love with him just as Talin did Together, Clay and Talin are my favourite couple so far The introduction of Max Shannon was great and I m really looking forward to readingabout his character Also, I can already tell that something is going to happen with Aleine and Dorian, am I right I already like her The fact that she gave up Jon and Noor shows that she s got a heart But WHY DO THEY ALWAYS HAVE TO GO FOR THE CHILDREN That infuriates me like nothing else When I found out that Tally was dying, my heart broke Hasn t she endured enough Yet she was still strong and managed to keep herself together for Jon s sake At the end, they found a cure and I just kept thinking that no one else deserved to livethan Tally Her life has been a mess, but with Clay, she has found another chance at life.Nalini writes beautifully and already I am dying for the next book Bring it on, Dorian Favourite Quote She smiled, patted his arm Oh, Clay darling, if you had told me you were feeling irritated because yourproblems, I wouldn t have made a fuss She knew very well the changelings around her could hear every whispered word Tally, It was a warning growl I mean it must be embarrassing for youbeing that you re such a big man Her tone implied all sorts of things Last night was an aberration, I m sure And if not, there are always the pills Gasps sounded up and down the corridor.Clay s eyes blazed hot I m going to show you aberration, you brat He turned and glared at their audience, as if memorizing every single face Suddenly, everyone had somewhere else to be Only when he d intimidated the corridor clear did he turn back to her I bet you think you re funny She grinned Yep I hope you still think that when I m proving to you just how big I am Her eyes dropped involuntarily to his pants and she realized she might have pushed him a tad too far Now, Clay Pressing his body against hers, he hugged her to him with one arm and bent to speak with his lips against her ear Now, Tally, he mimicked Bully Brat


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Mine to Possess ❰Reading❯ ➺ Mine to Possess Author Nalini Singh – Larringtonlifecoaching.co.uk A Psy Changeling novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Shards of Hope, Shield of Winter, and Heart of Obsidian the alpha author of paranormal romance Booklist A ghost returns from a leop A Psy Changeling novel from the New York Times bestselling author of Shards of Hope, Shield of Winter, and Heart of Obsidian the alpha author of paranormal romance Booklist A ghost returns from a leopard changeling s past, making him question everything even his base animal instinctsClay Bennett is a powerful DarkRiver sentinel, but he grew up in the slums with his human mother, never knowing his changeling father As a young boy without the bonds of Pack, he tried to stifle his animal nature He failedand Mine to PDF/EPUB or committed the most extreme act of violence, killing a man and losing his best friend, Talin, in the bloody aftermath Everything good in him died the day he was told that she, too, was dead Talin McKade barely survived a childhood drenched in bloodshed and terror Now a new nightmare is stalking her life the street children she works to protect are disappearing and turning up dead Determined to keep them safe, she unlocks the darkest secret in her heart, and steels herself to ask the help of the strongest man she knowsClay lost Talin once He will not let her go again, his hunger to possess her is a clawing need born of the leopard within As they race to save the innocent, Clay and Talin must face the violent truths of their past, or risk losing everything that ever mattered to them.

    Download PDF books to stifle his animal nature He failedand Mine to PDF/EPUB or committed the most extreme act of violence, killing a man and losing his best friend, Talin, in the bloody aftermath Everything good in him died the day he was told that she, too, was dead Talin McKade barely survived a childhood drenched in bloodshed and terror Now a new nightmare is stalking her life the street children she works to protect are disappearing and turning up dead Determined to keep them safe, she unlocks the darkest secret in her heart, and steels herself to ask the help of the strongest man she knowsClay lost Talin once He will not let her go again, his hunger to possess her is a clawing need born of the leopard within As they race to save the innocent, Clay and Talin must face the violent truths of their past, or risk losing everything that ever mattered to them."/>
  • Kindle Edition
  • 353 pages
  • Mine to Possess
  • Nalini Singh
  • English
  • 13 July 2019

About the Author: Nalini Singh

I ve been writing as long as I can remember and all of my stories always held a thread of romance even when I was writing about a prince who could shoot lasers out of his eyes I love creating unique characters, love giving them happy endings and I even love the voices in my head There s no other job I would rather be doing In September , when I got the call that Silhouette Desire wanted to buy my first book, Desert Warrior, it was Mine to PDF/EPUB or a dream come true I hope to continue living the dream until I keel over of old age on my keyboardI was born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand I also spent three years living and working in Japan, during which time I took the chance to travel around Asia I m back in New Zealand now, but I m always plotting new trips If you d like to see some of my travel snapshots, have a look at the Travel Diary page updated every monthSo far, I ve worked as a lawyer, a librarian, a candy factory general hand, a bank temp and an English teacher and not necessarily in that order Some might call that inconsistency but I call it grist for the writer s mill.