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I wasn't sure I was going to like this one. The dominant females get on my nerves. I finally liked Mercy in book 6 but it took a while. I was nervous that Indigo would never win me over.
It did take a while for me to like her. A strong character, she's a great lieutenant for Snow Dancer pack but she can be mean. She dismissed Drew from a possible lover because of his age and his less dominance in the pack hierarchy. Her own family experience had taught her such pairing would never work. And it took a lot to get her to consider she was wrong.
Drew is comfortable in his own skin. The pack tracker and more importantly the eyes and ears of the alpha, charming Drew is used to getting what he wants. And what he wants is Indigo. I totally fell for Drew. He doesn't try to change who he is to better appeal to Indigo, instead he uses his strengths and patience to convince her to give them a shot.
All the while these two are dancing around each other, there is someone threatening the Snow Dancers. As Hawke deals with the problems, favorites from previous books join the story. Judd from book 3 continues to be a favorite of mine and his magic TK skills show up in this one. The overarching story continues as the Psy counsel goes through some dramatic changes. And I continue to be obsessed with this series.
I enjoyed this one so much. Drew is the biggest reason. And as he struggled, I hurt for him. To me, that's a sign of a great author - involving my emotions. Not only was I hurting and scared for him at times but his dominant passion was fanning my own flames. This series is always HOT.
Love this world. Love the writing. Love the characters. Love the series.
Still obsessed and itching for more.
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Okay so Indigo is only 4 years older than Andrew, but in her opinion you'd think that gap was wider. So this book has that younger-man-seeks-older-woman tone throughout, including the playfulness of the young male hot for teacher.
This one is one of my favorites, ranking in the upper half of the series. Indigo is a lot like Mercy (from book 6) in that she's a lone female in the upper ranks and has no male in sight. Andrew is a laid-back tracker outside the ranking system and that has Indigo completely confused, especially since she trained him once upon a time. Finally, a book where the guy isn't all stalker and has a more playful attitude. Get it now.
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