Dark Legend (Carpathians, #8)
He woke deep within the ground, and the first sensation he felt was hunger. An overwhelming hunger for blood that demanded satisfaction. But as he hunted the dark streets of Paris for prey, a voice called to him, soothing, calming, giving him the strength to control his craving.Francesca Del... show more
He woke deep within the ground, and the first sensation he felt was hunger. An overwhelming hunger for blood that demanded satisfaction. But as he hunted the dark streets of Paris for prey, a voice called to him, soothing, calming, giving him the strength to control his craving.Francesca Del Ponce was a healer, a woman who radiated goodness as powerfully as the sun did light. But surely his obsession with her would turn him as his twin brother had turned, leaving the world with two monsters instead of one.
Publish date: June 8th 2010
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: Dark (#8)
I know I say this everytime I read one of these book but REALLY?? This one started out so well! And then he basically raped her and then I was done. I hated him after that. Kind of hard to love a character after that even though she was totally cool with it. Which obviously made me think less of...
I really enjoyed this one. Not as short as the one before, but again different to the repetitive storylines that were in the first five books. This time the female was a Carpathian who had hidden from their world for centuries, thinking she was rejected by her mate, Gabriel. One of the infamous twin...
I have always loved Christine Feehan’s Dark series, but this is the first one I have read that has had an older Carpathian woman as the heroine. Unlike the others she is not human so there is not the same type of problems facing her and Gabriel as there usually is for these couples. There is however...
Listening to this mace me remember how I fell in love with this series. The newer books in the series are good but they haven't trapped me as completely as the earlier stores. Gabriel and Franchesca are so obviously made for each other. Their interactions with each other were just perfect weather th...
Re-read, this time by audiobook. I also have the paperback.I wish there was just this narrator Rebecca Cook on the books instead of Juanita Parker who did I think the first 3 books. Because as I'm writing this I'm listening to the next book in the series and Juanita makes the heroine's voices so i...