Wild Night

By: Nalini Singh

Series: Psy-Changeling

Book Number: 10.1

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After Hawke comes to the Changeling bar, Wild, to break up the fight that's brewing between the Snowdancer youngsters and other Changlings, Tai drives himself, Evie, and two of their other pack mates home. Once there, he must resist the temptation that a drunk, but seductive, Evie poses, while still letting her know how much he cares about her.


"Wild Night" is a short story of only about seven pages in Nalini Singh's Psy-Changeling world that takes place in the middle of chapter 9 of Kiss of Snow. It's written from Tai's POV and follows him, Evie, and two other young Snowdancer pack members after Hawke comes to break up the fight that had been brewing at the Changeling bar, Wild. Tai is the designated driver, taking the four of them back to the den. Once there, he must get a drunk, but seductive, Evie back to her quarters while trying to resister her feminine wiles.

This is a sweet, little story that I really enjoyed. I've always liked Tai and Evie (Indigo's younger sister) when they've appeared in other books of the series and I was rooting for them to get together. There's definitely a romance building between them even though Evie is a submissive and Tai is a dominant, something that doesn't always work well in pack dynamics. Thai is a sweetheart and a true gentleman, never taking advantage of a drunken Evie even though she's doing her best to seduce him. The ending was sweet, romantic, and perfect, making this a nice, if short, addition to the series. As far as I know, these two don't get their own longer story, but I hope to see more of them as supporting characters in future books.


Nalini Singh