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Slave to Sensation

by Nalini Singh

Paperback, 345 pages, Berkley Pub Group, List Price: $6.99 |


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When several Changeling women are murdered, Lucas Hunter, both human and animal, convinces Sascha Duncan, a member of the Psy, a race that is forbidden to feel emotions, to help him find the killer.

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Animal Instincts

She was tall but there was nothing willowy about her. The woman's body had more dangerous curves than should be legal on one of her race. In spite of the black pantsuit and stiff white shirt she wore like corporate armor, he could tell her breasts would overflow his hands. When she bent to examine something on the ground, he almost gave in to the urging of his beast. The curve of her hip was sensually female, her bottom a heart-shaped enticement.

Her head turned as if in response to his intent gaze, and despite the distance separating them, he could almost taste the earthy sensuality she'd tried to bury. Frowning at his own thoughts, he began to walk toward her. The Psy weren't sensual. They were about as close to mechanical as you could get and still remain human. But there was something different about this one, something he wanted to sink his teeth into...;