Dark Hunger (Dark, #14)
A beautiful woman releases a Carpathian prisoner from his bonds—and unleashes his appetite—in a tale of unexpected desire from “the queen of paranormal romance”(USA Today)…He is Riordan…Carpathian male. Immortal. Seer. Now trapped and caged, his honor is compromised by his captors. They’re in his... show more
A beautiful woman releases a Carpathian prisoner from his bonds—and unleashes his appetite—in a tale of unexpected desire from “the queen of paranormal romance”(USA Today)…He is Riordan…Carpathian male. Immortal. Seer. Now trapped and caged, his honor is compromised by his captors. They’re in his mind. They’re in his blood. And not one can withstand his desire for revenge.She is Juliette…A beautiful activist devoted to the liberation of animals from the foul and humid confines of secret jungle lab. What she has stumbled upon is an unexpected prisoner like no other she has ever seen. Or touched.She will release him from his bonds. He will release her from her inhibitions. Both have a voracious appetite that needs to be sated. And tonight their dark hunger will be fed…Previously published in Hot Blooded. Includes a preview chapter from Christine Feehan’s Dark Storm, out September 2012.
Publish date: July 31st 2012
Pages no: 126
Edition language: English
, Urban Fantasy
, Paranormal Romance
, Sequential Art
, Graphic Novels
Series: Dark (#14)
I'm just now getting back into reading the Carpathians after such a long break. This was a good start. About Riordan, the youngest De La Cruz brother and Juliette a member of the jaguar shapeshifting species, this is a steamy and action-packed short read.It has all of the Carpathian aspects that one...
I only "read" this for bookish bingo. First graphic novel I've ever read. Not sure I chose the right one to be the first in this genre. The illustrations weren't that good IMHO. The text was too little and I had to guess some words. The dude didn't do it for me, physically, hahaha. Only thing I like...
One of my top Authors. Awesome series. Always wanting more.
I’m a fan of the Dark Series’ books. This comic book format is completely lacking in many areas, its awkward, characters have no depth (like in the books), and no real plot. The characters deserved better.
**1st Read Feb 2 2010**It's no secret that I am no fan of manga and this book has done nothing to change that. Although it was different to get someone else's take on what the characters look like I found the men very feminine looking. So unlike the broad brooding warriors described in other books. ...