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Dark Legend by Christine Feehan
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Jul 02, 2011

it was amazing
Read from July 02 to 03, 2011

I know that a lot of people have a hard time getting past the first few books in this series. They were written 11 to 12 years ago and what was acceptable and expect then is not necessarily the same today. These books can be addictive though just as any author with a long running series can be. This is the first book about the Daratraznoff twins. They have fought vampires and invading armies protecting their people and the human race all their lives. They have known only bleak lives lived in a world of dark and shades of gray. This is Gabriel's story. He bumps into his lifemate as he is trying to find a way to feed without killing his prey. Francesca has thought that Gabriel has been dead all the longs years since he disappeared. When they come together they have to find a way to be together and overcome the hurt feelings that Francesca has about being left alone for so long. Add to this a severely abused psychic female child and the game is on. Gabriel must find his twin and find a way to kill him as well as protect his lifemate and the child. While Dark Fire had some undertones of darkness to the plot this story builds on that. These books become more dark and the plots breaking into multiple layers. This is a wonderful book but it maybe hard for some readers to get through because of what was done to Skyler, the child. I definitely recommend this book to those that can see past the first few of this series as the stories and story only get better as you go through the series.

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dragonsdy I have been a huge fan since I read the first book. I enjoy the way characters reappear in later books. Dark Celebration was a great reunion book which I loved.

Oleta Blaylock I have also read the series since the first book was published. I have devoured each one and waited impatiently for the next. I had gotten behind on the dark a few years ago and set down and re-read all of them in order one after the other. I could stop reading them. I guess that says quite a bit because I could do that with Sherrilyn Kenyon's Hunter series. Ms. Feehna has kept this series fresh and interesting. I am really looking forward to Zacharias' story.

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