Dev Santos is the head of the Shine Foundation. It is his responsibility to protect his people’s secrets from those who would destroy them. When he finds Katya Haas’ tortured body outside his headquarters, he knows he needs to be careful. She was placed there for a reason. He just needs to find out what that reason is.
Katya’s memories are gone. She has been programmed to murder and is being used as a tool in a game of psychological warfare. With Dev she has a chance of fighting. If she doesn’t kill him first.
I love Nalini Singh’s Psy-Changeling series. I love how her tortured characters find love while fighting for freedom from dark adversaries. The newest addition to the series, Blaze of Memory, features Katya, aka Ekaterina. She sat in hell for months where she was beaten until she cracked. But one of the best parts of the Psy-Changeling world is the way people always bounce back. The characters are often badly damaged, almost irreversibly, but always show the ability to overcome. To recover. What more can a person ask?
Blaze of Memory is book seven in the series and like its predecessors is written in third person. I would not suggest anyone read it as a stand alone because there are several characters and past story lines that pop up in the story. As with my other Singh books, Blaze of Memory will go on my keeper shelf for me to enjoy at a later date.