Dark Peril (Carpathian Novel, A) [Christine Feehan] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Two lovers are bound by the very desires that could . Two lovers are bound by the very desires that could destroy them in this darkly exquisite novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling Carpathian series. Dark Peril has ratings and reviews. Jessica’s said: 2 Bored outta my mind starsFirst read Sept Reread February 26, Okay so I.
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The only way to save these larger than life men is for them to find their lifemates, those women who have the ability to not only restore what they’ve lost but also complete them. He can let her keep her warrior side, and protect without smothering.
It was selfish, maybe, but he had never had anything for himself and his woman was for him alone. And it was to him. Can’t wait for Zacharias’ book. Aug 31, Pages.
Dark Peril (Carpathian Novel, A): Christine Feehan: : Books
This was yet another winner from beneath Ms. For those who have been following frse series, the Jaguar male plot thread appears to be completed with this story. Ok, predictable but I am such a Carpathians fan that I enjoyed it. Did I need to know that part of him was shaped like a fungus?
What kind of character building is that? I liked Solange as the heroine.
But even if she was—it was far too late. Like I said, just made me a little sad. I really loved reading Dark Peril it kept me enthralled for 6. But first, she had to survive him. They wanted to stay to the old ways, living deep in the forests, finding a mate, impregnating her and moving on. Skip to main content. When they finally meet Dominic realizes that he at long lost has found his lifemate….
No other Carpathians are needed! A second voice, one filled with pain added.
View all 3 comments. Someone had attacked this facility and done a considerable amount of damage. Did you need to know? The action scenes in this story sets up future storylines and revelations that Feehan draws a wonderful pic for us by putting as much detail and nuances into the characters, setting, movements. He would have been very useful in the fights! And that’s the beauty of the last two books in this series. Until their dream lover became a reality.
The one woman who can choose life or death for me. Although Dominic is an alpha male he had such a gentle, sweet side for Solange which I found was unusual for a Carpathian male. Da Let it be noted that I am a huge Christine Feehan fan. Was finding solace with her cheating? As he neared the exit to the cave, he could see light spilling into the tunnel and his body cringed, an automatic reaction after centuries of living in the night.
I read every one of her books multiple times, have enjoyed the building of the Drake sisters and the Carpatian families and really look forward to seeing what the Ghostwalker series goes, now that the originals have been completed.
Their struggle is not how to love each other – that is why it’s so compelling. I love the chemistry between these two. He stirred, disturbing the rich soil surrounding him.
Yet here he was, an ancient of great experience, Dominic of the Dragonseeker line, a linage as old as time itself, a man of wisdom, a warrior renowned and feared—lying awake beneath the rich soil, dreaming. They meet as both of them are on suicide missions to be able to help their people before going to their deaths. Over the last couple years though, he’s had fantasies about a woman he would like as his lifemate but he hasn’t seen a return of his feelings so he thinks they’re just dreams.
Solonge now fights a guerilla war against the Jaguar men – stealing back captives and working wipe their evil from the world. All three caves showed evidence of occupation, however brief, but violent in some way.
This is the hope of every male but for some that hope runs out and they’re faced with either succumbing to evil or ending their lives with honor.
I decided to go back and visit a few of the books Chrkstine skipped since I’m sort of in a slump. His world was stark and barren, a necessity for battling an enemy who inevidently had been a friend, or family member.
The chapter poems are such a sweet efehan. Find him a condom…. And why would his memories be so sharp all of a sudden, here in the forest? All the times he had drained off the parasites to give himself some relief, he had never had them cease their continual assault on his brain, yet now, christinne were nearly silent. I should have remembered something about this book and I was coming up blank.
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Oh well, such a shame.