Review: Allegiance of Honor by Nalini Singh

allegiance of honorReviewed by Jen

I haven’t enjoyed a book this much in a long time. To be fair, though, this not your average Psy-Changeling book. It’s not a romance. It’s more like a dozen romances, all reveling in their own versions of Happily Ever After. It’s a reunion. It’s a celebration. An ending and a beginning. And maybe that won’t be what every reader wants. But for me, this book won on every level. I cried. I laughed out loud. I basked in a thousand feels and I ended the story completely satisfied.

There are so many things going on here. After all, this is the culmination of the story arc that started with book one. We revisit every character. We tie almost every thread. It’s a task that could have been overly ambitious or scattered, but Nalini Singh is such a master of her craft that it all just… fit.

Someone is targeting Lucas and Sasha’s daughter, which is one of two threats that pull the changeling community together. The other is the search for one of the missing water changelings. We’ve got that going on, the advent of the pupcub delivery, problems in the PsyNet. Births. Deaths. Reunions. And so much love.

This is definitely not a book for new readers. But fans will love spending quality time with all the core couples like Lucas and Sasha, Hawke and Sienna, Kaleb and Sahara; the list goes on. Even the couples from the novellas get page time, and it all just fits together like pieces of a puzzle. A beautiful, colorful puzzle. And lest you think this is one giant epilogue, I promise, there is a real story here, one that leads the way into the next arc of the series.

Now all I need is some quality time with Anthony and Nikita. I can’t explain WHY I need it. I just do. #pleaseandthankyou

Rating: A-

*ARC provided by publisher

Click to purchase: Amazon

Allegiance of Honor
by Nalini Singh
Release Date: June 14, 2016
Publisher: Berkley

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