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Dark Destiny (Carpathian Novels)
Dark Destiny (Carpathian Novels)
by Christine Feehan
Edition: Mass Market Paperback

49 of 49 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars another dark entertainment, 14 July 2004
I have been a fan of Feehan's 'Dark' series since the first book although some of them have been a little formulaic. This book is different. The heroine, Destiny, is a strong psychic; converted as a child and abused by the vampire who converted her. Nicholae, an ancient Carpathian, separated from his people except for his brother, reaches out to the hurt child & teaches her to survive and kill her tormentor. He tracks her for years as she is his only emotional link. When finally they meet she is unwilling to accept the limitations of a lifemate - used to killing vampires alone. Their struggle for control of the relationship is great entertainment and this, with good side characters, and a new danger as the vampires begin to unite & organise, makes for a good read.


No Going Back
No Going Back
by Jayne Ann Krentz
Edition: Paperback

16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars 2 good reads, 5 July 2004
This review is from: No Going Back (Paperback)
If you are a collector of JAK then you probably own the individual copies of this double edition - Soft Focus by JAK 1999 & AfterDark by alter-ego Jayne Castle 2000)To new readers who missed these editions like myself both books are her usual standard with laughs and a good mystery story. I prefer her paranormal work generally and was not disappointed with After Dark with characters I liked especially Fuzz the dust bunny. Soft Focus, although not my favourite was a good read on the whole.


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