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Lead guitarist of the Dark Troubadours, Dayan was renowned for his mesmerizing performances. His melodies stilled crowds, beckoned, seduced. And always, he called to her to complete him. Corinne Wentworth stood at the vortex of a gathering storm. Pursued by the fanatics who'd murdered her husband, she was risking her life by keeping more than one secret. Fragile, delicate, vulnerable, she had an indomitable faith that made her fiery surrender to Dayan all the more powerful.

©2003 Christine Feehan (P)2013 HarperCollins Publishers

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Finally-Dayan's story!

12th novel/novella in the Dark/Carpathian series, and one of my favorites! I like the creativity of the storyline- the who, what, where of Corrine and their challenges. I generally like "earthy" ;;)) stories, but it's nice to include storylines not quite so "earthy". It gives Feehan's creativity the opportunity to shine.

2 of 2 people found this review helpful

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another great book

when I need to get away from reality I love turning to my books. Christine has given us another brilliant story full of adventure, love, and romance.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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UNSELFISH LOVE

Would you consider the audio edition of Dark Melody to be better than the print version?

YES

What did you like best about this story?

WHEN FIRST HER

Which scene was your favorite?

THE NIGHT THEY WENT BACK TO HER HOUSE FOR CLOTHES

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

YES, WHEN SHE WAS HURT TRYING TO SAVE HER SISTER

Any additional comments?

THE BOOK ENDED TO SOON

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Again Awsome!!!

I love Christine Feehan!!!
She is an great author!!! I can't believe her writing !!! She has thrown in twists and turns in her writings

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Good listen

Little repetitive, but a better narrator than the last book. Even with bad narrators, it's a good series. I like when they crossover to the other families.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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my favorite one yet

my favorite one so far. I love all of the characters coming together!! can't wait

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Good narrative

Dark Melody is a sweet story, with a good narrative, although with a slow development of the plot. although with a slow development of the plot.
It is an interesting book, considered the unfolding of the series. But it's not my favorite. Hardly it’s a book I’d want to listen again.

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Must listen to this one!

Pleasingly different from the usual formula. Hard to say more without giving a spoiler alert

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By far the most touching, of the series

This story is so touching. The Heroine suffers from heart failure and is also pregnant. She cannot be converted until the baby is delivered and ,therefore, the Hero and Heroine's relationship cannot progress in the usual way. However, their relationship grows deep due to sacrifice and hope. I shed more than a few tears. Definitely worth a credit.
- V from Kansas

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liked the story, performance, not so much.

I've always liked this one, as I've read the book 2 or 3 times. I also have the book on cd and I like the narrative better on the cd version of it. at times it just seems like he is just reading it, not getting into the the characters. I could be wrong but after listening to both I like the other one better.