For Each, There Could Be Only One: They came from the darkest places: secluded monasteries, the Carpathian mountains, galaxies under siege. They were men with the blackest pasts-warriors, vampire monks, leaders of armies-but whose passions burned like dying stars. They had one purpose: to find those women who fulfilled them, completed them, and made them rage with a fire both holy and profane. They sought soul mates whose touch consumed them with desire, yet whose kisses refreshed like the coolest rain. And each man knew that for him there was only one true love-and in finding her, he would find salvation.
This was a great (little) book. However, what made her drop the ball? There could have been a sequel or at least more. The female heroine was awesome and Feehan could have tore it up! I guess we will never know what could have been.
This is the sixth Christine Feehan book I have read. I love the Dark series, they are racy, fast pace and very readable. This one was way too short. Traian and Joie need a longer story. Gary and Gabrielle need a story for themselves. We need babies for more than Raven and Mikhail.
Please keep telling theCarpathian stories.
Only half a book
I have enjoyed the previous books in this series, but this one ends in the middle! There is no resolution to all the questions and plot developments of the first few chapters. Don't waste your time or money.