Dark Descent (Dark #11)
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 s...more
This was probably one of my least favorite. While I really liked the story, it just felt really incomplete. Like there should have been 5 more chapters or something. The only thing I can think is that Feehan is going to come back to these characters in another way that gives more closure to this story.
Don't get me wrong, it's not a cliffhanger, it just feels like there should b...more
I had planned on only reading Dark Descent. But each story was so brief that I figured I'd give them all a try. I'm glad I did. I enjoyed both the Star Queen and Sacrilege.
My first love is historical romance. But some time ago a friend got me to read Dark Prince, the first in the Carpathian series. So now I have to finish them all. Dark Descent is number 11. Once I finish one, I'm always ready to go back to histo...more
I listened to this as an audio boo...more
She is bodyguard
Telepathic with her siblings brother jubal and sister Gabrielle.
Introduced to Gary a chemist who is going to be love interest for Gabrielle.. he is human friend of Mikhail.
Takes place in Cathpahian mountains and tranian has to convert Joie to save her life after vampires attack the inn where they are staying
Jubal and Gabrielle and Gary go back with Gary to Mikhail
Vampires are building armys and the prince must know.
Big Bad vampire has drunken Tra...more
Note: I read this as a "special short story" at the end of Dark Prince, so it was out of sequence. Doesn't matter! Completely independent story, but very well woven into the Carpathian universe.
This installment introduces us to Traian, who was one of the many warriors sent out by the Prince to rid the world of the dreaded vampire. In d...more
Joie, thankfully, isn't a whiny brat. She's...more
The series is taking a more serious focused bend in defining the evils attacking them... and in this book, the clues that...more
I really liked the character of Joie, also her brother and sister and their relationship - different for a novel in this series. But it was the hero Traian I had a problem with. I just couldn't connect to him, or to his relationship with Joie atall! Strange considering this book had so much going for it. Hopefully the next book, Dark Melody, will be back on form for me.
The audiobook excellently read again by Rebecca...more
En la historia.. me gusta como introducen a los magos en la historia aunque no se revele mucho de ellos...more