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Return to the “steamy and dreamy” (Publishers Weekly) world of Christine Feehan’s New York Times bestselling Carpathian novels as thundering passions signal a dark force on the horizon…
Buried alive for hundreds of years in a volcano in South America, Dax worries that he has become the abomination that every Carpathian male fears, a victim of the insidious evil that has crept relentlessly into his mind and body over the centuries. But Dax isn’t the only one emerging from the darkness…
His name is Mitro, and he once stood by the side of the prince of the Carpathian people. Now he is the epitome of malevolence, and perpetrator of one of the most shocking killing sprees known to man. No one escaped the bloodshed, including his lifemate, Arabejila.
Now, between Dax and Mitro, a violent game has begun—one that has marked Riley Parker, the last descendent of Arabejila, as the reward.
I have all of your books, many I have paid for the second time to have on my iPad and color nook. Many of your books I have read more than once. But this book ......I preorder it, I always enjoy your books. I wasted my money on this book. I did not enjoy it at all.
Why so short? *spoiler Alert*
Why are all of Christine Feehan's books becoming so short? I feel like she only writes the first half of a story (caparthian couple form and fights against evil) without tying the new couple into the larger community. How about picking up the story thread from an earlier book where the prince longs for a carparthian who can connect to the earth like long ago, and actually introduce the main character to him so we can see how she can become involved in the larger community. I just feel like Christine is producing much smaller, shorter stories without connecting them to the larger story of how the species is working together to survive (and how it's progressing). This almost felt half-baked. And the ending was too neat, without any real conflict in the relationship being built. Enjoyed it, but still feel dissatisfied.
Wonderful just like all the other dark series novels :)