Dark Fire (Carpathians, #6)
So Darius warned her when she accepted a position with his traveling troupe. And gazing mesmerized at the merciless slash of his mouth, the implacable resolve on his face, the soulless emptiness of his black eyes, Tempest was afraid to ask what it was.She had always been different, apart from... show more
So Darius warned her when she accepted a position with his traveling troupe. And gazing mesmerized at the merciless slash of his mouth, the implacable resolve on his face, the soulless emptiness of his black eyes, Tempest was afraid to ask what it was.She had always been different, apart from others. From the moment his arms closed around her, enveloping her in a sorcerer's spell, Darius seemed to understand her unique gifts. But did his kiss offer the love and belonging she sought, or a danger more potent than his own panthers?Somewhere deep inside herself, Tempest realized she knew the answer. She had no choice but to accept the velvet stroke of his tongue, submit to the white-hot heat piercing her skin, welcome an erotic pleasure like no other….
Publish date: June 8th 2010
Pages no: 390
Edition language: English
Series: Dark (#6)
Sometimes I really do not know why I keep reading this series. This book was one of the worse ones I think. I honestly like the whole life mate thing. Where the male sees color and feels as soon as he sees his life mate. I love that. I freaking hate that they feel the need to control everything...
I started this series a few years back and quit them and now I remember why. Repetition!!! The hero and heroine are just a like, just different names, jobs or way of life but so many other features are the same. Same over baring hero that has to have his way or bust. Don’t get me wrong some hero’s i...
Best part about this book? The cover without a doubt. I'm sure there are women who like the idea of a strong man who takes over and makes all the decisions but I'm not one of them and really Tempest isn't either. It's better than the other ones I've read, but honestly that doesn't move it much fur...
Really enjoyed it. I think if you read the Carpathian books in sequence, one after the other, you notice the repetition in plot/character/and dialogue a lot more. Whereas if you have a few books in between each one, you can appreciate the story in each book a whole lot better. I didn’t really like D...
Onestamente dalla Feehan mi aspettavo qualcosa di più dopo cinque romanzi sui Principi Vampiri. Non per essere pedante, ma alla fine la storia è sempre quella, cambia poco, molto poco. Senza contare che, questa volta, fra Darius e Rusti non c'è neanche stato lo scontro tanto atteso, visto il caratte...