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This is the seventh book in the psy-changeling series; if you have been reading my previous blog post you will know how much I love this series (and thank you for being interested in reading what I write).
Dev Santos discovered Katya unconscious and battered, with no memory of who she is. All Katya can tell him is that she’s dangerous. Charged with protecting his people’s most vulnerable secrets, Dev is duty-bound to eliminate any and all threats against them. It’s a task he’s never hesitated to complete . . . until now, when he finds himself drawn to a woman who could prove to be the enemy’s most insidious weapon yet.
Stripped of her memories by a shadowy oppressor and programmed to carry out cold-blooded murder Katya Haas is fighting desperately for her very sanity. Dev is her only hope. But how can she expect to gain the trust of a man who could very well be her next target? For, in this game, someone is going to die . . .
Devraj Santos is the Head of Shine foundation and the family of the Forgotten (the Psy descendants that escaped the initial implementation of Silence). He has to take care f his people and the position and responsibility makes him a lone figure. A woman without memories is dropped at his door step and he has to figure out if she is a spy as well as what to do with her.
Ekaterina Hass, now Katya Haas has suffered brutally, her memory has been wiped and her body shows signs of torture. She has been in the Council’s hand too long that although her situation is pitiful she is considered a threat. Until a decision can be made on what type of threat she is, Dev decides to keep her with him.
Katya doesn’t know what she has been programmed to do and each new day comes with a new memory of who she used to be and it terrifies her that at any moment her mission could be triggered. Especially when she has fallen in love with Dev and wouldn’t want to hurt him in any way.
The Ghost is either Councillor Kaleb or the Arrow Vasic but I think it is more likely to be Kaleb.
This book focuses on a different part of the psy-changelling world which is very nice to see because the Forgotten are not centralised like the Psys or the Changelling packs. I enjoyed the change in pace and getting to see a different race. Although I enjoyed the book I am not sure why I don’t have more to say about the story but I really don’t and I don’t want to pull impressions out of thin air.
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