Free eBook Dark Demon download

by Christine Feehan

Free eBook Dark Demon download ISBN: 1597223190
Author: Christine Feehan
Publisher: Wheeler Pub Inc (September 6, 2006)
Language: English
Pages: 655
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Erotica
Size MP3: 1539 mb
Size FLAC: 1257 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Home Christine Feehan Dark Demon. The demon in him lifted its head and roared for release, tearing at him with great claws, fighting for the freedom to abandon honor and go after the one thing that belonged solely to him. His savior. Or maybe she was his damnation.

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Christine Feehan is the New York Times bestselling author of the Dark Series, which now contains 33 books. The immortal Carpathians must find their lifemate or become the vampires they are honor-bound to destroy. The only person who can help is her Lifemate, Dragomir. WATCH MORE book trailers and other videos about the Dark Series. GhostWalkers, Carpathians, Leopards, Shadow Riders and Bikers.

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When he spoke telepathically he had to use the common path even the vampires could hear. Bu. ou cannot endanger your life, Mikhail. ou cannot endanger your life, Mikhail mportant to our people and I cannot adequately protect you. It means much that you would come to our aid, but you cannot. He glanced at Natalya and there was sorrow in his eyes. He switched to their private, more intimate path so only she could hear. I must close the only other way i. o it. She injected complete confidence into her voice when she didn't feel it.

Christine Feehan has worked magic on a legion of fans with her darkly thrilling Carpathian tales. Christine Feehan has worked magic on a legion of fans with her darkly thrilling Carpathian tales. Now she delivers the provocative tale of a female vampire slayer who proves as seductive and mysterious as the night dwellers she stalks For as long as she can remember, Natalya has been fighting demons: first in the form of childhood nightmares, then later, immortal creatures that kill and prey on the innocent including her own twin brother.

A female vampire slayer proves as seductive-and mysterious-as the night dwellers she stalks in this novel in the New York Times bestselling Carpathian series. For as long as she can remember, Natalya has been fighting demons: first in the form of childhood nightmares, then later, immortal creatures that kill and prey on the innocent-including her own twin brother. Christine Feehan is the New York Times bestselling author of the Carpathian series, the GhostWalker series, the Leopard series, the Shadow Riders series, and the Sea Haven novels, including the Drake Sisters series and the Sisters of the Hear. ore about Christine Feehan.

A female vampire slayer proves as seductive-and mysterious-as the night dwellers she stalks in this novel in the New.

Natalya, a beautiful vampire slayer, is the protector of the innocent until she is seduced by the very enemy she seeks to destroy, Vikirnoff, who believes that she is the key to the survival of the Carpathian race.
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I liked Vikirnoff from his appearances in Dark Destiny and Dark Secret, and in this book, he doesn't disappoint. Even though Destiny repeatedly calls him a caveman and he readily admits to knowing nothing about women, he displays a very open and understanding mind when it comes to his lifemate, Natalya, even going so far as to develop a sense of humor.

I loved Natalya's snarky, sarcastic quips, her horror movie references, and how she drives Vik crazy since he was expecting June Cleaver and ended up with Xena, the Warrior Princess. Being an ancient Carpathian/Mage/Dragonseeker, I thought I would be spared the "suffering" of having to read through the conversion of a human woman so prevalent in this series, but it seems there is no escaping that event in this series and it's reused if we need the reminder in EVERY book that it is (supposedly) like a "blowtorch" and that childbirth will be a piece of cake afterwards and the big, strong, warrior-hunter becomes a wuss during the process. Bleh!

Natalya is a strong heroine who has mastered her own gifts and abilities so I didn't have to deal with the Feehan redundancy of the newbie who has to learn everything. What she doesn't know (like how to make the vampy guys stay dead) she's very creative in improvising.

Cameo appearances by Prince Mikhail and Raven, Falcon and Sara, and Joie's siblings Jubal and Gabrielle, along with more plot development of the Dragonseeker backstory (Who was responsible for the Dragon lightning in the sky that Vik and Natalya witness???) is enough incentive to read this book.

IF you can stomach the cheesy "feminine channel" descriptive writing, overlook ALL of the typos, AND the inconsistencies of 1) the physical description of Natalya is drastically different than what Nicolae describes for Vikirnoff in Dark Destiny, 2) the fact that Vikirnoff apparently suffers from short-term memory loss and has forgotten that in the book Dark Secret, Rafael imparts the information that Colby Jansen bears the Dragonseeker birthmark, yet tells Natalya in THIS book that he only knows of only TWO remaining (she and Dominic) from the Dragonseeker lineage, and 3) that this book takes place in the same time frame as several of the older books (Dark Dream, Dark Descent, Dark Magic, Dark Fire, Dark Melody) where Gregori is notably absent in his duty as protector/second to the Prince and, therefore, it can be somewhat confusing, then this is a pretty good read.
It has everything: romance, action, magik, history, humor, friendship, two peacefully co-existing plots, and, of course, a little sex (don't like the scenes? Skip 'em!).

The story of the main two lifemates is told in vivid detail, thankfully not relegated to subplot status. The time Feehan takes in developing the relationship between Natalya and Vikirnoff only adds to each battle sequence. Couple that with the co-plot of the vampires and wizards vs. Carpathians, and the truth about the increasing struggle for survival of both sides is finally brought into fascinating focus.

I thought it would be annoying to revisit all the characters mentioned in previous books, but it only added to the interest for me. Knowing what became of them all, knowing that they had survived and made lives for themselves. It was gratifying.

Don't worry about the addendum's at the back...some people like them, some people don't. I didn't both with them, and I don't feel like I lost anything.

This isn't meant to be a deep, philosophical book. But it's cohesive, well-written, doesn't insult your intelligence and leaves you wanting more. You could not ask for a better installment, and the questions answered in this book make it a fulfilling read to faithful followers of the Dark Series. So just read it, already!
This is one of my favorites in the Dark Series. First, it's a big, fat book and you definitely get your money's worth. Second, I LOVE the characters. This was the 2nd book of the Dark Series that I read (the first was Dark Destiny - which I also loved), and I went on to read the entire Series. Some of the books are better than others, but on the whole, I love the strong female characters, arrogant "I'll teach you to submit" males who ultimately end up putty in their womans' hands, and that there is a common thread running throughout the entire series..which is why it's a series ;-) I think the graphic parts could be minimized, just because after awhile it seems like the same old, same old, but hey I know how to skip to the next page, so no biggie. Wouldn't recommend to my mama, but my sisters would love this series!
If you like supernatural books, then Christine Feehan is the author for you! the "Dark" series is a great read...(she has more coming out in 2014 in this series) This story will draw you in....Carpathian Hunters.........hunting the undead....and in the centuries of hunting. The Carpathian Hunter, loosing their emotions & ability to see colors, must find their lifemate or loose their soul to the darkness.....THeir lifemate keeps them from going into the darkness, & returns the abilty to see and to feel emotions.....
grand star
This book has become my favorite so far in the series. Starting from page one your journey takes you into the world of vampires and Carpathians. Natalya is strong in her own right but when she meets her lifemate and her struggles begin you want to reach out and tell her to go for it, don't believe what family told you, believe your heart. The way she yearns to be normal. This book makes you cry, laugh and scares you all in one. From the get go you just can't put it down. At the end you get the surprise of alittle history of the mountains and the language.