In Dark Lycan, Christine Feehan journeyed into the heart of the Carpathians, and into the souls of two lifemates stirred by the flush of passion and the threat of annihilation. In Dark Wolf, the breathtaking story continues as the bonds of family are imperiled, and the fate of two lovers lies hidden in the seductive shadows between life and death.
Skyler Daratrazanoff always recognized the miracle that was Dimitri Tirunul, a man beyond any dream that had ever engaged her nights. But she was human. Vulnerable. He was Carpathian. Nearly immortal. She was nineteen. He was an ancient. Yet she held half his soul, the light to his darkness. Without her, he would not survive. Caught between the two warring species, Dimitri has spent centuries hunting the undead to keep his people free, and humans safe. He had survived honorably when others had chosen to give up their souls. But now, marked for extermination by the Lycans, Dimitri found himself alone, and fearing for his life. But salvation was coming…
No Lycan would ever suspect someone like Skyler to dare mount a secret rescue operation. A teenage girl. A human of untested abilities. But she had something no one else had. She was predestined for Dimitri - as he was for her. And there was nothing stronger for Skyler than her desire to see her life-dream come true. Whatever the risk.
©2014 Christine Feehan (P)2014 Penguin Audio
The performances were wonderful. The narration was very clear and the enacting of the characters was full with the inflections. I especially loved the accents which seemed quite suitable to every characters origin.
The story itself was full of action and richness. I found myself, as usual, reluctant to take breaks between listening.
This is the first audio book I have listened to all the way through and it was a very enriching experience.
I'm grateful for both the skill of the author and the voices who brought the book to vivid life.
I enjoy the basic story of the Carpathians, but I'm done with the series. The writing has become horrible and trite (or was it like that from the beginning and I just didn't notice). The author has to repeat things again and again within 10 minute spans of the book, just to make sure that we know that Skylar has this deep bond with Dimitri, how the Lycans hate the mixed-blood, how Josef is smarter than the Carpathians realize, that Skylar has this deep bond with Dimitri, how the Lycans hate the mixed-blood, how Josef is smarter than the Carpathians realize, that Skylar has this deep bond with Dimitri, how the Lycans hate the mixed-blood, how Josef is smarter than the Carpathians realize, et cetera, et cetera, et cetera.
As always, Phil Gigante and Natalie Ross bring the story to life with their great narration. And I'm impressed that they don't burst out laughing while they're reading as the book gets sillier and sillier.
A BOOK THAT HAVE IT ALL
YES, I REALLY DID LIKE THIS BOOK
TO READ OTHER BOOKS WRITTEN BY CHRISTINE FEEHAN
THIS HAD EVERYTHING THAT IS INTERESTING IN A GOOD BOOK
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