Shield of Winter (Psy-Changeling #13) By: Nalini Singh
Assassin. Soldier. Arrow. That is who Vasic is, who he will always be. His soul drenched in blood, his conscience heavy with the weight of all he’s done, he exists in the shadows, far from the hope his people can almost touch—if only they do not first drown in the murderous insanity of a lethal contagion. To stop the wave of death, Vasic must complete the simplest and most difficult mission of his life.
For if the Psy race is to survive, the empaths must wake…
Having rebuilt her life after medical “treatment” that violated her mind and sought to stifle her abilities, Ivy should have run from the black-clad Arrow with eyes of winter frost. But Ivy Jane has never done what she should. Now, she’ll fight for her people, and for this Arrow who stands as her living shield, yet believes he is beyond redemption. But as the world turns to screaming crimson, even Ivy’s fierce will may not be enough to save Vasic from the cold darkness…
Did I stay up until two o’clock in the morning and thus the next morning was incredibly cranky while reading this book? Yes. Yes I did.
Vasic was nowhere near as “evil” as Kaleb from the last book, there wasn’t all the hands at her neck parts so I liked it a lot of better. I know that technically speaking Kaleb isn’t evil but when all that’s keeping him from killing an entire race is the love of his woman he’s kind of evil in my book.
Vasic and Ivy were great characters and I loved that we finally got an answer to the Psy issues that have been going on in the world. Honestly the series could end at this point because the big issues are taken care of, at least all the ones I remember. However, I’m still curious to see what happens because the world created is fun and exciting.