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Dark Prince (Wheeler Large Print Book Series) Hardcover – Large Print, 1 Jun 2004
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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)) --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
For the first time in print, we bring you the expanded author's cut special edition of the first book in Christine Feehan's internationally bestselling and phenomenally addictive Dark Carpathian vampire series --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product description
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As a lover of all things vampire, and as someone searching for something to replace the Twilight Saga, this book has ticked all my boxes.
The love story of Mikhail, Prince of the Carpathian and Raven fatigued FBI accomplice is sheer brilliance. The story explains many vampire legends, and brings the Carpathians to us as mid point between human and vampire, dark enough to scare but good enough to love. The story has seduced me just as Mikhail seduces Raven. I devoured this book in a matter of hours and immediately sought more from the series in my local library to carry me through until a further three arrive from Amazon.
Although only on my second Carpathian Series novel, Dark Magic, I can already see the familiarity on the sequence of events, and the hypnotic writing. But rather than see this as a weakness, as some have called the stories 'predictable' I find it reassuring that with each book, I get to learn more about the Carpathian race, fall in love with another Carpathian hero and become enthralled in the story of their quest to claim a life-mate.
Christine Feehan has bought my fantasies to life with her wonderful stories, loveable characters and fantastic writing. I almost dont want to recommend these stories to my friends because I dont want to share, but I know I will. The Twilight Saga was good, but compared to the Dark Carpathian Series by Christine Feehan, it is easy to see that it was for teenagers. The Carpathian Series for me is similar Twilight and certainly deserves as much of the limelight, if not more, but strictly for adults.
Just a tip, but if the hero finds his girl in the first three pages, where else is there to go? I love a good romance as much as the next girl but all the love scenes were the same, the heroine is spineless and the hero is so busy being obsessive that he forgets to romance the girl at all, and I never figured out why she would be with what basically amounts to a obsessive compulsive stalker who snaks on this "life mate" without asking!
Sorry if you are a lover of this series, but I wont be picking up any more of these as I fear for any girl who identifies with a wet blanket heroine who gives up on everything, including her humanity for a hero such as Mikhail.
I have not been dissapointed, I think they are even better and won't stop until I have read the whole series.
I loved the Twilight books but these are Good Vampires for grown ups as the passion scenes are very graphic.
Having been a fan of modern Mills & Boom romance I won't go back, I am totally hooked.
Carpathian Males loose all emotion after a few years, and become hollow shells, existing on their honour to their prince and their kind, not wanting to become the very thing they destroy; Vampires.
Carpathian Women are full of love and compassion, the very light to the dark souls of the male; the only problem is, there are so few to the males, that they are losing hope. Only the Prince has accidentally found the answer.
Raven Whitney is a psychic who has used her gift to help the police track daown a serial killer. Now she is determined to escape the glare of publicitiy for the peace and quiet of the Carpathian Mountains. Despite her emotional fatigue, Raven finds herself connecting psychically to another wounded individual somehwehere close by.
Prince Mikhail Dubrinsky is the leader of his people but, as his ancient Carpathian race grows ever closer to extinction, he is close to giving in to the heavy weight of despair.
Then a female voice enters his mind and tries to console him. Intrigued, Mikhail becomes obsessed with finding this unusual human female. From the moment their minds touch, Raven and Mikhail form a connection.
But there are those who incorrectly view all Carpathians as Vampires, and are determined to give their extinction a helping hand.
This book is based on Mikhail, the Prince and his lifemate, the one woman who can tame his heart and soul, and a way in which to save all Carpathian males on the verge of turning.
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