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Spirit Bound: Number 2 in series (Sisters of the Heart) Paperback – 27 Dec 2011


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  • Paperback: 416 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (27 Dec. 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749954744
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749954741
  • Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 2.6 x 19.8 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 245,164 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan has over 30 novels published and has thrilled legions of fans with her seductive and sensual 'Dark' Carpathian tales. She has received numerous honours throughout her career including being a nominee for the Romance Writers of America RITA, and receiving a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times, and has been published in multiple languages and in many formats, including audio book, e-book, and large print.

Visit her website at: www.christinefeehan.com


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Be swept away by Christine Feehan's Sisters of the Heart series of startling magic and mystery, and the soul-stirring elements of nature . . .

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Be swept away by Christine Feehan's Sisters of the Heart series of startling magic and mystery, and the soul-stirring elements of nature . . .

Lethal undercover agent Stefan Prakenskii knows a thousand ways to kills a man - and twice as many ways to pleasure a woman. That's why he's looking forward to his new mission. He must go to the coastal town of Sea Haven and insinuate himself into the life of an elusive beauty who has mysterious ties to his past and a link to a dangerously seductive and equally elusive master criminal who wants only one thing: to possess her.

Judith Henderson is an artist on the rise: an ethereal and haunted woman whose own picture-perfect beauty stirs the souls of two men who have made her their obsession. For years she has been waiting for someone to come and unlock the passion and fire within her - waiting for the right man to surrender it to. But only one man can survive her secrets - and the shadow she has cast over both their lives.


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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By silverilex VINE VOICE on 29 Dec. 2011
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The book for me was enthralling! With that statement, I must say that Judith's stalker's end was spooky, but a disappointment. The other bad guy's ending, Stephan's nightmarish childhood competitor, was a relatively tame ending for a hellish being. There also seemed to be a bit of jerking around within the plot- almost as if scenes had been cut out. The end didn't FEEL like the end. You went from the result of the villans' deaths to the weddings. Dischordant. You can see the set up of further books, which I have no problem with. Just makes me want to read them more!

The story was focused mostly on Stephan. Judith had great promise that wasn't fully fleshed out. The sensuality between the main characters, mostly driven by Stephan's character, was enthralling, compelling. You don't see much co-operative work within the 'sister' structure as you do with the Drake series, but you can see it forming. I was expecting more of Judith, within the plot and within the scope of her using her elemental abilities. Stephan could not have been improved upon in my eyes, and Judith just doesn't live up to his intensity. She pretty much took a back seat for over half the book, in my opinion.

I don't think a person could come into this series and fully understand it without reading the Drake sisters series and Water Bound, due to so many references to their backgrounds and characters. The story does bring more humanity to Lev/Levi's character, showing a warmth and honesty in his and Rikki's relationship.

When I finished reading the last chapter, I felt a huge NEED to continue reading the next book(s). (Which aren't published yet!) The reader is left with a desire, a requirement, to discover more of the 'sisters' story and an almost certainty of the rest of the magical brothers.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on 18 Feb. 2012
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feehan always delivers, and this book is no exception, while set in sea haven there is not so much of a crossover with the drake sisters, they do refer to events which happened in that series, so if you are like me and have to know everything, it's probably a good idea if you have read the drake books. The "SISTERS OF THE HEART" are all women who have suffered loss and have been the victims of violet crime, they came together as members of a support group and moved to sea haven to start over, each using their own unique talents to make a success of their farm. In the drake series we were intorduced to ilya prakenskii who was the 7th son of a 7th son, and i think these books have his six brothers as the heros, in water bound we met lev and in this book it's stefan, these brother separated as children and brought up in institutions where they were forced to hone their psychic skills and train as espionage experts, it was survival of the fittest, but some familial feeling has survived but the brothers "so far" have managed to survive but somebody has decided they have outlived their usefulness and wants them killed, in sea haven they will make their last stand as each brother takes a chance on love.
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Did I like this book? Not particularly. Did I hate this book? No. It just wasn't that interesting. Most of it was about Stefan, his background, his brothers and his relationship with Lev. One reviewer has said that it was like the setup for future books, and in one sense I agree. What you get is tons (TONS) of stuff about the Prakenskii brothers and why someone would be 'after' them - so it can safely be assumed that they are going to figure large as 'mates' of the rest of the Sisters. But given that the series is called 'Sisters of the HEart', it's a bit confusing - maybe it should be called 'Mates of the Sisters of the Heart', then all the background would feel more relevant.
What you don't get in this book is much of the other sisters - some, but not a lot to fill them out as characters in their own right - and a feeling that the relationship between Judith and Stefan is secondary. The 'danger' Judith is in is very much second place to the return of threat to Lev and Stefan, so it seems trivial. With the Drake sisters you very much felt that every sister was important, regardless of whether it was 'her' book or not - they all felt like strong characters. In this series you get a rather sketchy main character (much more so in this book than the previous one) and then cardboard sisters around her.
It's not that this is a particularly bad book, it just doesn't fit. I said in a previous review of Water Bound (Rikki's book) that it started slowly but eventually built up a good plot, this book just ... starts ... it doesn't really feel like it gets anywhere. And this is what makes it slow, rather ponderous, and, yes, rather boring.
Will I read the others? Maybe, but I won't buy them as soon as they come out, I will wait and see what others think of it before I bother.
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As a long standing Christine Feehan fan, I've not been feeling the love with all of her series for a while.
I was hopeful that this series would be a ripping yarn for me. I didn't really take to the hero and although I liked the heroine, she had a tendancy to be a little limp. The first book in the series gave me hope, I feel that she could've been far fairer to this brother than she was. It went from met to end chronologically fast but still managed to meander.

I want a female lead who has gumption and not a facsimile of a woman or the ornament for a man.

I finding many of the writers I enjoy are creating irritating female characters at the moment (Patricia Briggs, Lilith Saintcrow, Sherilyn Kenyon) it's almost as if being smart mouthed is as good as being strong, fit and determined - all the dialogue is just trash, which should be good but...... Feehan's earlier female heroines of the dark series have been replaced by wet weekends.

All in all, think Feehan has been pushed to the brink by her publisher's based on the statements of her website, I think this brilliant author needs time to create and me as a reader needs to develop some patience and be willing to wait for a creation.
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