Two Carpathians find hope in the bond that ties their souls in this passionate novel in Christine Feehan’s #1 New York Times bestselling series.
Stolen from her home at a young age and tormented for centuries, Elisabeta Trigovise is scared to show herself to anyone. Even though she has been rescued and is now safe within the Carpathian compound, she has lived in fear for so long she has no idea how to survive without it. She wants to answer the siren call of her lifemate—but the very thought terrifies her.
Before he found Elisabeta, Ferro Arany was an ancient warrior without emotion. Now that his senses have come alive, he knows it will take more than kind words and soft touches to convince the fractured woman that they are partners, not master and prisoner. For now, he will give her his strength until she finds hers, allowing the steady rhythm of his heart to soothe Elisabeta's fragile soul.
But even as she learns to stand on her own, the vampire who kept her captive is desperate to claim her again, threatening the song Elisabeta and Ferro are writing together.
Another great book
I keep thinking there can’t be more story to tell. I was so surprised by the storyline. It was unique
Ya Killin Me
I have read so many of Christine Feehans stories but this was my least favorite of all. Not because of the main characters Elisabetha or Ferro but the horrible redundancy. The repetitiveness was pointless and trivial. We get that they speak another language! We get that she has some PTSD to overcome!! We get that they live outside their time but you can literally find the same phrase all over this book.
This ends my saga of the Carpathians because I cannot take it anymore. Save yourself. Don’t buy.
I always look forward to Christine Feehan’s books. The detail is rich, the story flows so well and the many characters that she introduces,but only gives small pieces, about lets you know that there is definitely more story lines to come. I have been reading the Dark line for years and I definitely want them to continue. I also appreciate the length of her books. I am fast reader so being able to read for a couple days instead of few hours makes them worth every penny!