Dark Carpathian series

C+
Dark Possession

Dark Possession is the 18th book in Christine Feehan's Carpathian series. The description of the book intrigued me, from the highly intelligent race of predators with deeply protective instincts, to the whole concept of the life-mate, let alone the Brazilian jungle setting and shape-shifting jaguar ...

C+
Dark Symphony

I was won over several years ago by the strange and fascinating world of Christine Feehan's Carpathian race. Dark Symphony intersects the Carpathians with the Scarletti family, introduced in the melodramatic Gothic romance The Scarletti Curse. While this book, the 10th full-length romance of the Dar ...

B
Dark Legend

I admit it. Dark Legend is my first Carpathian - and Christine Feehan - novel. I've been hearing about them for quite some time and even have her non-Carpathian The Scarletti Curse in my TBR pile. Ms. Feehan's latest offering centers around an ancient Carpathian male named Gabriel, and Francesca Del ...

B+
Dark Fire

A couple of months ago my brother-in-law, Harry, and I sat down to watch the movie Bram Stoker's Dracula. Though we had both seen it before, we had an absolute ball with it. All of its flaws - its campy eroticism, melodramatic dialogue, extravagant costuming, strange cinematography, even Keanu Reeve ...

C-
Dark Magic

In this romance, vampire Gregori "The Dark One" is literally older than Methuselah, and heroine Savannah Dubrinsky is only twenty-three years old. What's more, Gregori has known that he and Savannah were destined to be lifemates ever since he saved her life while she was a fetus. Talk about your May ...

C-
Dark Prince

Dark Prince is an excellent example of a book that starts out so well, you're led to believe you've hit on a pretty good thing. Then, about a third of the way through, you realize you've read these same words before, nothing new has happened, and not much action has taken place. By the middle, you w ...