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
Excellent narration and wonderful storyline. I couldn't ask for more excitement or romance, combined into one novel. This narration paring, and the way they allowed each narrator to take the part of the female doing the female voices and the male the part of the male's was pure genius. All the Carpathian Novels should have been narrates this way!
Reading is my hobby. Along with listening to music. When I need to escape a good book does the job for me.
The fact that two different narrators were used helped the story to become more alive. I recommend this to all.
Finally, we have been waiting on this couple for a while and Mrs. Feehan does not disappoint. Wonderful story line and the way the hurts and the pain of life is brought up and solved was great. In other words, anyone can find healing in love.
I loved it and been waiting a long time for it to come out . I hope to see a lot more from her. I would recommend these books to anyone she is my favorite author . I have them all so far. I really hope to see a lot more about all of the people in the books know and some I haven't meet yet. I hope you continue with the series.
No. This books seems just like her other books with a slight difference. Isn't worth the money.
Sure..I didn't have a problem with the narrators.
Really... I don't know what Feehan is doing with her life. She's slipping with it comes to story plots.
Full character development and great story flow.
The combination of the 2 narrators added such depth to the story.
Your beliefs become your thoughts. Your thoughts become your words. Your words become your actions.
Worth the wait
Skylar. Despite her youth, she set out, and accomplished her goal. She did what almost no one thought she could do.
They are both two of my favorite narrators. They are very good voice actors. The accents, voice range in portraying different characters in this book are wonderful.
When Skylar was able to heal Dimitri
Christine Feehan is one of my favorite writers. I love her ability to create story lines that draw the reader in. While her books follow her specific style of formula, shall we say, she makes each book and couple's story unique. The concept of the Carpathian people, is a superb concept, one that I simply love. I never get tired of reading, and/or listening to her Dark Series books.
I realize this book is 25 in the series, but the author claims each book can stand on its own. This is not true. I think this book is only really good to devoted readers of the entire series. I still have 4 hours left, but I don't think I am going to get a good explanation of the differences between the Carpathians and the vampires at this point. I am so confused about the mixed bloods as well, is Dimitri a Carpathian that drank Lycan blood or a Lycan that drank Carpathian blood? And what is a Dragonseeker? None of this is explained in this book, although I'm sure loyal followers of the series already know these details. I am going to finish it, it is not unbearable, just frustrating.. and I don't want to have to research these questions on my own. Eventually I might start at book 1.
Reading it as stand alone, she could have explained the different races better. This story is also lacking the romance and sexual tension I figured it would have, and the action scenes are rather lackluster. Everything comes too easily in this book, there are no real obstacles for the characters to overcome. For instance, Skyler's transition from powerless to powerful came together with just a few rhymes.
Phil and Natalie are hands down my favorite narrators, and were the reason I decided to listen to this book without having read any other in the series. I haven't really become attached to any of the characters, so not sure which ones are my favorite performances. Probably Skyler and Dimitri.
I would watch it on cable.
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