REVIEW: OCEAN LIGHT BY NALINI SINGH

Finally, the book we have been waiting for- Bowen’s story. After being shot and in a coma for two months, Bowen awakens in a room he doesn’t know surrounded by strangers. He is with the BlackSea changelings and they are using new technology to speed up his recuperation. Kaia, a cook at the station is the one who happens to be in the room when he awakens and Bo has a strange reaction to her, both attraction and a sense of danger.
Kaia’s best friend told her Bowen was responsible for the disappearance of several BlackSea changelings so Kaia regards him with a great deal of distrust mixed with a weird sort of attraction. Kaia’s cousin is working on the problem of the deadly chip implant that is slowly killing Bowen and the outlook does not seem very positive. As time progresses, Kaia begins to wonder if Bowen is really the monster her friend portrayed him to be and she finds herself more and more attracted to him.
When Bo discovers that his human alliance might be connected to the disappearances, he has to decide who to trust and try to investigate the possibilities. Meanwhile, someone keeps stirring up the pot, causing discord among the clan and distrust towards Bowen. As in so many of the Psy-Changling books, it seems impossible to have this love story get to its HEA.
I loved all of the new BlackSea changelings and watching Bowen figure out what each person changed into (especially Kaia). This book has so many new characters and complicated plots running through it. The chemistry between Bowen and Kais is amazing and yet threatened even though you know it will work out somehow. The eventual revealing of the bad guys makes the reader angry and sad at the same time. Even Kaleb Krychek makes himself part of the story and further cements his reputation as a good guy in wolf’s clothing.
The only bad part about the book is that it ends and there a long time before the next one comes out.

THIS BOOK IS AVAILABLE IN THE ADULT FICTION NEW BOOKS AREA.  GENRE: PARANORMAL ROMANCE

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