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Dark Magic: Number 4 in series ('Dark' Carpathian) Paperback – 3 May 2007

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  • Paperback: 368 pages
  • Publisher: Piatkus (3 May 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0749937610
  • ISBN-13: 978-0749937614
  • Product Dimensions: 11.9 x 2.5 x 17.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 270,651 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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'Feehan has a knack for bringing vampiric Carpathians to vivid, virile life in her Dark Carpathian novels..." (Publishers Weekly) 'satisfying action adventure romance ... Love and danger are a winning combination in Feehan's latest' (Booklist) 'The exciting and multifaceted world that impressive author Christine Feehan has created continues to improve with age' (Romantic Times)

About the Author

NEW YORK TIMES bestselling author Christine Feehan has received numerous honours including being a nominee for the Romance Writers of America RITA and receiving a Career Achievement Award from ROMANTIC TIMES. Visit her at www.christinefeehan.com


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Format: Mass Market Paperback
At last IT has arrived! Dark Magic the long awaited story of Gregori, the fourth book in Christine's Dark Series! Amidst huge anticipation and speculation, Christine has managed to deliver once again! Is there no stopping this lady? I certainly hope not! I have it on good authority that there are many many more Carpathian stories to come!
Dark Magic is the story of Gregori the most powerfull and feared of all Carpathians. Gregori has been around for about 1000 years, and has devoted this life to healing and protecting his people and Prince. Savannah is a mere 23 years old, young and impulsive, who has been brought up to be independent both in mind and spirit.
How will she react to Gregori's over protective nature? How will she come to terms with what he is and what he means to her? Savannah not only has all that to contend she has to aviod beeing hunted and killed by lunatic vampire hunters and the even bigger threat of something much much more evil! For a girl with so much to deal with, she manages remarkably well (with the help of Gregori and a friend)
This is a beautiful love story that captured my heart. Dark Magic is alot darker then any of Christine's previous novels, but it is essential and portraying the darkness and despair that has tainted Gregori's soul for all these long years, Savannah is his light, his salavation. Christine has a wonderful flair for describing places and scenes and she handles the violent scenes as well as the love scenes! Fantastic!
Another keeper I must say. Now I am desprately awaiting Dark Challange (Julian's Story)
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I absolutely adore all of Christine's work, especially this one. I have been looking forward to it since I bought all 5 books in the series.
Gregori and Savanah are made for each other literally as Gregori's Prince and friend is now his father-in-law.
Savanah was concieved to become Gregori's lifemate. She is his only salvation. Thank you Christine for such wonderful stories.
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'Dark Magic' is by far the best in this series yet. Up until now the 'ancient ones' seeking their lifemate had all pretty much gone about it the same way with varying, but similar, consequences. Now, and at last, we focus on Gregori, the Dark One, and an ancient so close to 'turning' that he's not even sure whether he has turned or not. He hasn't exactly been the picture-perfect Carpathian up until now...
This book isn't so much about Savannah, the 23 year old lifemate, as it is Gregori and his struggle with his beast. It's interesting to see one of the Carpathian's genuinely admitting that his power it too great, that the threat from him is a very real one. And rather than everything being wonderful once he secures his lifemate, things could and nearly do take a turn for the worse when Gregori finds his emotions again, and discovers how much of a badass he really is.
I wont go on to tell you too much, just that Gregori is a fascinating character - and the scene with Gregori, Aidan and the 'disrespectful' Savannah, is absolutely hilarious.
Enjoy!
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'Dark Magic' was excellent I couldn't put the book down. Such chemestry between Savannah and the Ancient "Dark One" Gregori.

The DARK series are absolutely brilliant. It is a must read.
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This is the fourth in the Carpathian series and I am sorry to say that it is not as good. Feehan is a brilliant writer and her previous 3 books were awesome and for some reason Dark Magic did not live up to my expectations. May be I was expecting too much plus I read the other 3 fairly close together and had to wait for Gregori's story. Gregori is one of the ancient ones and has appeared in all the books as a revered but dangerous being who is literally clinging to his sanity. In Dark Magic he confronts his lifemate and helplessly falls in love. You see a different side to his character and he is even humerous. Savannah, his lifemate at first is so annoying, you just want to kick her backside! (If she doesn't want him i'll have him like a shot). However she does grow on you as her character evolves and you realise her fears. I still found her to be a weak character considering that she is a true Carpathian and here father is the Prince. The only disappointing aspect of this book is that she did not bring in any of the other characters. There was a brief glimpse of Aiden and Julian was mentioned but we are all waiting for his story. Considering how important Gregori was in the other books it would have been interesting to see Mikhail, Raven. Jacques, as they are Savannah's family and Gregori's close friends. Still it is worth a read and I am eagerly waiting for the next installment.
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Am I the only one who is getting a bit bored by Ms freehan's "formula"

The list of overused phrases and words is long.

The formula is that the woman must be:

Tiny
hypnotically beautifull
Silky hair to the waist
narrow ribcage (is this necessary to be sexy?)
tiny waist
enormous eyes
creamy skin
pert full breasts
must resist him for 2 nanoseconds before becoming a doormat.
white hot lightnening when they kiss
the floor has to move
fire must lick her where ever he touches her

The man must be

lethal
dangerous
dark
enormous
think his soul is lost forever
must not let her see his true self
bunch his fists into her silky hair, span her narrow ribcage with his enormous hands, stroke her pulse, and melt inside.

Seriously, I'm bored. Can we have some new dialogue some new adjectives and a more challenging story. The basic principal is great. I love the Carpathian universe and the characters although basically the same, show potential.

I loved Aidan in Dark Gold and I loved Mikhail in Dark Prince.

Gregori in Dark Magic was a real dissapointment. He is a clone of all the others and Savanagh the same woman as in the other books with different coloured hair and "stars in her enormous violet eyes"

I need something new.

I'm off to read JR Ward, I hear she's good.
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