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I love it when there's more
on 11 December 2009
I really love the Carpathian 'Dark Series' by Christine Feehan, and I am reviewing this on my second time round. In this book, it's the first time the first time the hero and heroine are equally matched with thier powers - albeit very differnt powers, but whereas other reviews have found this a plus, I am not sure I do. I quite like the battles between non-Carpathian or newly converted Carpathian women as they struggle not to come to terms with the change, I still don't know which way round I prefer things.
What draws me to this book is there is lots of interaction with other Carpathian's when previous books have been very much centred around a couple. Don't get me wrong this is the story of Julian Savage and his lifemate Desari. But as Desaria is one of six long-lost Carpathian children she does come with her family unit.
This is'nt one of my favorite stories, as I love the Dazatranaoff (sp) brothers, of which, Darius in this book is one as we fond out. But it's certainly a great read and has all the things we love about the Carpathian series.