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  • On point, as usual.

    Nalini has done a fantastic job in bringing Clay and Talin's relationship to life! It's brutally and wonderfully realistic, taking into account their personal histories and personalities.

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  • Heart-breakingly good

    Wow, just wow......I love, love, loved this book! Clay and Talin's story was full of heartbreak, rage and loneliness. I couldn't put it down and I can't wait to read the next one.

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  • Love Clay

    Mine To Possess’ is book 4 in Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling Series. I have been loving reading this series and don’t have a horrible thing to say about it until this book. I did/do not like Talin. The one thing that has stayed true and that I have loved most about this series is the strong bond between Pack. Pack is everything to the DarkRiver pack. But she causes Clay to get upset with Faith, then Clay argues with Lucas about Talin needing to leave the room so they can talk about the Lauren’s (which is privileged information) and then later on he is wanting to knock Judd out over something he said to Talin all because she only cares about herself and not about the risks that other people would have to take. Clay Bennet is a Leopard Changeling, a sentinel in the DarkRiver Leopard Pack. He has always been bit of a loner until Faith (Vaugh’s mate) is able to push through his walls and build somewhat of a friendship with him. But the comes along Talin McKade a human and Clay’s closest and only friend from his childhood who he thought was killed. Clay had always been protective of Talin when they will kids and even went to the extreme as to kill someone to protect her, in doing so he was sent to juvenile detention for the crime. When he is released he is told that Talin had died. But 20 years later Talin is back and all the strong feelings Clay had towards her are back and even more powerful as he is no longer a child but a strong male leopard. I found Talin’s constant whining about the sexual partners prior to coming back to Clay very frustrating. Everytime she mentioned it I’d shake my head and it would make me want to scream. Not once did Clay ever mention or bring it up, yes he was hurt when she first told him, but let’s be honest that is understandable. Talin’s constant hot and coldness toward their relationship was another thing I couldn’t stand. Clay was always so loving and affectionate towards her and of course possessiveness but he always spoke his mind in regards to how he felt, but with Talin she would get so possessive over him when one of the women would talk about Clay then she would be like no we can’t be together I just want to be friends. At times I just wanted to give up and stop reading the book because I just could not stand Talin but my OCD and curiosity to how the story would end wouldn’t allow me to stop. Having said what I have above does not mean I do not understand why Talin is like she is but it just annoyed me how often and frequently she would do something or say something that I didn’t like. But on a positive I still love Nalini Singh’s work and I’ll most definitely be continuing with this series.

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  • Love the series but..

    I love this story and the characters. ..just didn't feel this story quite so much. Love that you keep updated to wgat the characters from other books are doing because would hate to leave them behind.

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