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Con la adventure Il principe vampiro (di This prequel introduces a aphotic new alternation that reimagines the Little Red Riding Hood saga. Christine Feehan (California, ) è una scrittrice statunitense, maggiormente nota per aver Feehan debutta nel con Dark Prince (in italiano Il principe vampiro - Attrazione .. Crea un libro · Scarica come PDF · Versione stampabile . 1 day ago L'anima nera • L'ombra del male • Mezzanotte • L'alba La saga da di maggior successo: Il diario del vampiro, Dark visions, I diari delle streghe, La setta dei vampiri e . l'encontre de vos principes, prière de ne pas l'acheter.

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The whole premise is that the women have to submit completely to these overly dominant men. Now I'm all for a well written sexy alpha male, but holy cow, these books take it to the point of "if I can't have you no one will". Very stalkerish and obsessive. I may Not finish this series. I just finished the audiobook and I found myself very annoyed with the narrators constant mispronounciation of basic words blurred, stirred, macabre, etc I was also told that the characters get better in the next few books.

Y'all, these books are BAD. Bad but so addictive. Don't read these expecting a masterpiece, or even anything good. Every book follows the exact - same - formula of super powerful alpha male and helpless female.

These is nothing to differentiate between the heroes of each story apart from their physical appearances. But I don't care. This is like my fourth reread. Despite that, it's only worth two stars, sorry Christine!!

That was very boring. I loved the hero in the first book and I wanted to know him more. I thought I will read about a book wich is full of action and critical and dangerous situations from the first page till the last one. However, I found more talking than doing. I can't complete this series, sorry. Thought it was ok when I first read it but on re-read I realize it's Very forgettable.

I always remember the Dark Prince's plot points but I can never remember the plot in this. Sad, since the hero was so intriguing in the earlier books.

I honestly was not sure what rating to give this. On principle due to the fact that Gregori does rape Savannah it ought to get a Once you get past the rape make that if you can get past it this isn't that bad of a book - you really get some more information on the society that is destroying Carpathians and Vampires alike though do you notice I honestly was not sure what rating to give this.

Once you get past the rape make that if you can get past it this isn't that bad of a book - you really get some more information on the society that is destroying Carpathians and Vampires alike though do you notice how there is always a vampire who has infiltrated the societies ranks?

The only thing that seems to make him different from the others is that he is even more torn up inside as he was days away from turning I guess I just expected more. I had higher hopes as she was born having been To be honest her demeanour strikes me as a teenager rebelling and thinking that the things that effect everyone else will magically not effect her.

There were some plot points between the two of them that I wished were picked up on more - such as Savannah deliberately raising her tolerance to sunlight and drinking only animal blood, instead this seemed to be forgotten as soon as Gregori showed how he disliked it.

Hopefully this will be picked up again in a future book. After reading Dark Magic, it finally hit me why I find it so difficult to enjoy this series. This series kind of gives you the feel of how men from the Middle-East behave towards their women.

Similarly Middle-Eastern cherish their women and take their women's safety as well as their women's happiness into their roles as husbands and providers. Once I was able to wrap my head around that way of thinking it was easier to connect with the characters in this series thusfar. I didn't particularly enjoy After reading Dark Magic, it finally hit me why I find it so difficult to enjoy this series. I didn't particularly enjoy Gregori and Savannah's book, although Gregori is the character I admire the most of the entire series.

Some of the actions that I thought questioned the honorable character he had been painted to be are as follows: I'm afraid that Savannah's character simply came out as "young and dumb" Maybe I expected him to be with a woman that's feminine, a "girlie-girl" who is strong enough to go head-to-head with him similar to his sister, Desari's chacter in Dark Challenge or Francesa's character in Dark Legend.

I keep reading to see if anything new will happen. I definitely wouldn't pay for it. I'll read just one more book in the series, but if it is the same again, I'm done. I can't believe this series is so long. Christine Feehan is definitely not of the same caliber writer as Laura K. Hamilton of the Anita Blake series. I read these books because of a friend who loves them and of course, insisted that I should read and love them, too.

It took me half a book to realize something was not quite to my taste: But I didnt feel OK dismissing them after just one.

So I read the second. And then I thought: Maybe if I skip one the thing will move on, change somehow… It didnt. The characters, the emotions and -as far as I read-, t I read these books because of a friend who loves them and of course, insisted that I should read and love them, too. The characters, the emotions and -as far as I read-, the plots are all alike among the books.

The same story told a bit differently each time Also, the use of the same ten words and imagery over and over again is a bit bothersome. But, as my grandmother said: If you, for any reason, feel the urge to read this saga, of the three books I read, this one is the more redeemable. Since the female lead was born into the Carpathian race, you'd expect her to actually know what's going on. She did seem to cotton on a tiny bit quicker than all the others however, they actually felt like they ended up liking each other, however and they felt a little more real.

Though she did lo Since the female lead was born into the Carpathian race, you'd expect her to actually know what's going on. Though she did look exactly like all the other women. I think the only thing that changes is their hair colour? I bet the next woman is small, with a tiny waist, narrow ribcage, 'firm' breasts and hair down to her arse. Far far too same-y. Going to read something else before I face the other two of this series I own. Not downloading any more.

Ok, I like Ms. I think that she is a great writer, and this was the one I was looking the most forward too in her Carpathian Series when I first started reading them. But I found this book's fist love scene with the two very hard to read. I felt like it was almost a rape scene. I was really disappointed in the fist love scene between Gregori and Savannah. I know that Gregori was the most far gone and the darkest character for the Carpathians, I also get that this was his lifemate, blah Ok, I like Ms.

I know that Gregori was the most far gone and the darkest character for the Carpathians, I also get that this was his lifemate, blah blah. But even the woman in this didn't want him to touch her after their fist encounter. I am not sure why she went that way with it. Anyway of course the couple ended op loving each other but I wasn't crazy about this ones fist love scene.

Hrmmmm maybe this is one of those series that you read one book and then go to another series, then come back and read another one. This book did not hold me at all.. Perhaps it was the No it wasn't me that raped you, it was the monster in side of me? Ok I know it wasn't you so The book wasn't a bad read, I didn't find myself putting it down But a few times I was temped to skip a few pages.

I am going to rate in a 2 yes it is a bit Harsh a 2 Hrmmmm maybe this is one of those series that you read one book and then go to another series, then come back and read another one. I am going to rate in a 2 yes it is a bit Harsh a 2 for me is a book that I had trouble forcing myself to finish a 3 for me is one that I enjoyed reading but didn't love.

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I would give this a 2. Lets hope the series gets better Ugh I so wish my library would get better books on mp3 for me to listen to in the car. I tried one of their other format after finishing this book, because reality is I don't know any strong women who would be ok with the way the men act in these books love or not that is crap, unfortunately transferring that format to my phone has taken me 2 days and I still have only gotten 1 part of 10 on there.

And not to mention the way the author condones some of the crazy things she does makes me wonder Ugh I so wish my library would get better books on mp3 for me to listen to in the car.

And not to mention the way the author condones some of the crazy things she does makes me wonder if she is off her rocker. She should be glad that they don't ban books anymore or her books would be on the top of the list. I sincerely hope the author doesn't have any daughters because if they ever read her books they may thing it is ok to be treated that way.

I was waiting for this one for a while now. I wasn't disappointed but I wasn't that pleased as well. Christine Feehan makes all her female characters too submissive. The man has to compromise too. I understand that he feels lonely and blah blah, but he has to be able to respect her strength as well. The way he forced her compliance in locking her up when he went to fight, that was crossing lines and when she just accepted that kind of pissed me off.

I like certain I was waiting for this one for a while now. I like certain parts but the underlying concept was just irritating. I'd pick up a Nalini Singh book over the Dark series anyday. How to explain what I felt when i was reading this book? First, I was disgusted at how Gregori treated Savannah and then things started to get worse. Towards the very end of the book, I was a teeny tiny bit more simpathetic to their current situation, but still.

If this were to be the first Carpathian novel, I absolutely would not continu How to explain what I felt when i was reading this book? If this were to be the first Carpathian novel, I absolutely would not continue with the series. Since I've read so pretty good reviews about the next installment, I'll give it a shot. I wanted this to be a 5 star book This is Gregori we are talking about! If the scene was different it would be as great as I'd hoped.

If you've read it you know the scene. Feehan you have shattered my dreams of my once favorite character. There would be so much ranting I could do about what I hated in the joining of our two characters. I just don't care to remember. Obviously I'm a fan of romance, but I'm also a big horror novel fan an Okay, I'm addicted to this world despite all the repetition in the writing and overuse of phrases.

Obviously I'm a fan of romance, but I'm also a big horror novel fan and know Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Supernatural canon to a frankly disturbing extent. So, this appeals to me on several levels. While all Carpathian males are controlling and overbearing, Gregori takes the prize.

As I've mentioned in previous reviews, you have to be able to go in with the mindset that this is a different species with a different set of rules when it comes to relationships. These guys really do need their "life mate" to save them. Once a male Carpathian turns he loses the ability to feel emotion and even to see color if he hasn't already found his life mate. There are much fewer females than males in this race, so a lot of the men get stuck with no life mate or have to wait centuries for one.

Their law forbids them to kill a human in the process of feeding. However, if the Carpathian allows himself to feed off a human who hasn't been mesmerized to feel no fear and then kills that human, they get a high off the adrenaline filled blood and the power of killing. This is a big lure for those older Carpathians without a life mate, because it provides a temporary fix of feeling kinda like what I've read about serial killers.

Once they start down that path they lose their soul and become a true vampire and are under the sentence of death by Carpathian law. It's been a long time since he's felt anything. The daughter of the Capathian prince happens to be his life mate they only have one but he is not allowed to "marry" her until she's However, she refuses him and asks for time.

She wants to go out on her own and have a life and Gregori scares her, even though she feels the pull of their life mate chemistry. Trigger warning for rape view spoiler [ He gives her 5 years on her own, but by the time he comes to claim her he is very close to turning vampire.

Their first sexual encounter starts as a seduction, but ends up as a rape. The beast inside him takes over and he nearly kills her. She talks him down and they complete the ritual to bind them as life mates. This was a rough scene, but he feels tremendous guilt about it. He even asks her to kill him. He's never violent with her again, but throughout the book he still has to struggle with his overwhelming need to protect her, which to his old-fashioned mind means locking her up or using mental compulsion if she refuses to go along with his orders.

This infuriates her, of course. After centuries without emotion, he doesn't quite know how to deal with it once he has them again. Savannah annoyed me during the first part of the book but she was much more likable once she merged with Gregori a few times and got her head on straight.

Gregori was pretty much what you'd expect from seeing him in previous books. Savannah is the daughter of Mikhail and Raven, The prince and princess of the Carpathian people. Raven was a human that was turned Carpathian when she mated with Mikhail.

Unfortunately, this book makes it seem like Ra 4 stars This was a very good addition to the series. Unfortunately, this book makes it seem like Raven never fully accepted her roll as a Carpathian female and Mikhail's lifemate and passed those "reservations" on to her daughter. So in a nutshell, Savannah isn't happy about being a lifemate and would do anything to keep from accepting the truth and her place.

Il principe vampiro: Magia nera Gregori is an ancient in the race of Carpathians. Carpathians are born vampires with other abilities like shape shifting to any form, even mist , magic spells and psychic powers.

The males of the Carpathians have a darkness in them and if they don't find their lifemates, they can lose their souls and become evil. Gregori's people are in dire straights because they don't have many women and the woman that do get pregnant usually give birth to males so their males aren't finding lifemates. Gregori has been holding on to his sanity by a thread, waiting desperately for his lifemate.

When Savannah is born, Gregori's wait is almost over Gregori knew Savannah would be his lifemate pretty much all of her life. Get A Copy? He was fighting the darkness that plagued the male Carpathians for centuries and it took all of his strength to hold on until Savannah reached her 18th birthday.

Unfortunately, Savannah wasn't prepared for the idea of being owned by her lifemate or being connected to someone as old and powerful as Gregori.

Savannah found that she hungered for Gregori and that made her fear him even more. She begged for more time and Gregori agreed to give her 5 more years of freedom. When Gregori finally comes to claim Savannah, she doesn't make it easy on him, succumbing to her fears and doing stupid things like threatening to meet the dawn rather than be with Gregori. Savannah reminded me of a scared little mouse at first Although Gregori does try to be gentle with Savannah, he had to wait too long and his initial claiming is much rougher than it should have been.

Gregori manages to get them past this issue but it still takes some time for Savannah to truly embrace the idea of being with Gregori. Thankfully, she eventually does and I liked Savannah much better once she started accepting her position. There are still some issues between Gregori and Savannah as she tries to gain a place in his life and not be the coddled weakling in their relationship.

It doesn't help things that a few vampires are hunting them, wanting to kidnap Savannah for themselves. Also, there's more trouble from the human vampire hunting organization that's caused problems for the Carpathians in the past.

Savannah and Gregori manage to get through these issues even making a good friend along the way and end the story starting a very nice HEA together.

This was a very enjoyable story. Although I had issues with Savannah in the beginning, once she got her head on straight, I really liked her.

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I liked Gregori and enjoyed seeing him start to experience feelings and such. I also really liked seeing him become more human as Savannah brought emotions out in him that he hadn't experienced in centuries. By the end, I thought that Savannah and Gregori had shaped up to be a very good couple. The story was very good and was interesting enough to keep me engaged so I'd recommend it. Parker did a good job with the narration. Con este libro tuve sentimientos encontrados por la personalidad del prota pero igual ha terminado gustandome la historia.

They both deal with their intense passion for each ot "Dark Magic" is the story of Gregori and Savannah. They both deal with their intense passion for each other, trust issues, his overbearing nature, how he's been with her literally from her conception, and make hot love while confessing their love over and over again- while fighting hunters, evil vampires and saving mortals.

What I liked about this one is the intense yearning in Gregori as well as how Savannah actually fights back and stands up for herself- showing that she's the Dark prince's offspring. Enjoyed this one, though it dragged in a few places. Summary Savannah Dubrinsky, is the daughter of Raven and Mikhail, the prince of the Carpathian people. So she pleads for time, five years in the states.

Gregori has lived for centuries, one of the oldest of their kind, he knows he will not be a easy Summary Savannah Dubrinsky, is the daughter of Raven and Mikhail, the prince of the Carpathian people. Savannah has now had her precious five years, and while on her last stop on her tour in San Francisco, her closest friend is killed by a vampire, and Gregori saves her. She knows that this day would come, but she also knew she would never be ready to be his lifemate. I thought I will read about a book wich is full of action and critical and dangerous situations from the first page till the last one.

However, I found more talking than doing.

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I can't complete this series, sorry. Thought it was ok when I first read it but on re-read I realize it's Very forgettable. I always remember the Dark Prince's plot points but I can never remember the plot in this.

Sad, since the hero was so intriguing in the earlier books. I honestly was not sure what rating to give this. On principle due to the fact that Gregori does rape Savannah it ought to get a Once you get past the rape make that if you can get past it this isn't that bad of a book - you really get some more information on the society that is destroying Carpathians and Vampires alike though do you notice I honestly was not sure what rating to give this.

Once you get past the rape make that if you can get past it this isn't that bad of a book - you really get some more information on the society that is destroying Carpathians and Vampires alike though do you notice how there is always a vampire who has infiltrated the societies ranks? The only thing that seems to make him different from the others is that he is even more torn up inside as he was days away from turning I guess I just expected more.

I had higher hopes as she was born having been To be honest her demeanour strikes me as a teenager rebelling and thinking that the things that effect everyone else will magically not effect her. There were some plot points between the two of them that I wished were picked up on more - such as Savannah deliberately raising her tolerance to sunlight and drinking only animal blood, instead this seemed to be forgotten as soon as Gregori showed how he disliked it.

Hopefully this will be picked up again in a future book. After reading Dark Magic, it finally hit me why I find it so difficult to enjoy this series. This series kind of gives you the feel of how men from the Middle-East behave towards their women.

Similarly Middle-Eastern cherish their women and take their women's safety as well as their women's happiness into their roles as husbands and providers.

Once I was able to wrap my head around that way of thinking it was easier to connect with the characters in this series thusfar. I didn't particularly enjoy After reading Dark Magic, it finally hit me why I find it so difficult to enjoy this series. I didn't particularly enjoy Gregori and Savannah's book, although Gregori is the character I admire the most of the entire series. Some of the actions that I thought questioned the honorable character he had been painted to be are as follows: Also it's paired with a fantastic love story.

I'd really like to give this book 4. View all 12 comments. I was so excited to read Grigori's book but worried it would be a let down. I am happy to report that I was not let down. I loved watching Grigori fall head over heals for Savannah and do exactly the things he often mocked Mikail and Aidan over with their women. Their first sexual experience did not go well. Thank goodness Savannah did not turn completely crazy and he managed to make up for it. She was independent and fierce.

Yet once she got over her short lived mel 4. Yet once she got over her short lived meltdown over her loss of independence, she handled Grigori with care and he really needed that. I loved that she challenged him but supported him in all ways.

Nothing in his past got to her and when he was depressed over his part in making her his life mate - she called BS on it and basically steamrolled him into moving on. She just seemed to always do or say what he needed. Grigori is tortured but watching him find the light through her was beautiful. This was by far the sweetest book in the series. Of course, Grigori likes to give orders and he commanded her against her will too often for her safety.

This could have gone much worse if it were not for Savannah's character. He is sad and tortured, unfeeling, a monster. Yet with her, he is none of those things. You see hope, laughter, empathy and excitement over the future. Which is shocking because of the action scenes. It may have been be have I am tired! I like Gary, but I am not into picking up strays as a plot device. Hopefully he will be useful later. I like the heads up we got on Julian's story.

Made me want to continue for at least one more right now so I can read Dark Challenge.

My only real complaint is the lack of continuity to previous stories. Bluntly, I want to see little Carpathian babies!!!! I would think Raven would have more. Plus now we have Jacques, Aidan and Grigori.. Let's see some kids! This is totally safe. No cheating or OW. Safety Gang Spoilers view spoiler [ I only bring this up because it was discussed.

He comes very close to taking blood from a female.

He only does not use her because he senses her pregnant. Upon returning to Savannah she is upset because she smells the perfume. Grigori just says he was out feeding.

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She is still upset. He could have told her he did not feed from the woman. He also makes a few mental references to his sexual past and she accuses him of being a whore. He responds to none of this, just ignores her statements. While I prefer to think him celibate like the others, soemething told me he might not have been.

My annoyance was his callous dismissal of her concerns. But this was the beginning, before she had him jumping to her tune! View all 13 comments. Okay, I'm addicted to this world despite all the repetition in the writing and overuse of phrases. I think part of it is the actually interesting world-building that's going on. A lot of paranormal romance doesn't bother much with that. This is heavily skewed toward the romance, but there is also world building as well.

Obviously I'm a fan of romance, but I'm also a big horror novel fan an Okay, I'm addicted to this world despite all the repetition in the writing and overuse of phrases. Obviously I'm a fan of romance, but I'm also a big horror novel fan and know Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Supernatural canon to a frankly disturbing extent. So, this appeals to me on several levels.

While all Carpathian males are controlling and overbearing, Gregori takes the prize. As I've mentioned in previous reviews, you have to be able to go in with the mindset that this is a different species with a different set of rules when it comes to relationships.

These guys really do need their "life mate" to save them. Once a male Carpathian turns he loses the ability to feel emotion and even to see color if he hasn't already found his life mate. There are much fewer females than males in this race, so a lot of the men get stuck with no life mate or have to wait centuries for one.

Their law forbids them to kill a human in the process of feeding. However, if the Carpathian allows himself to feed off a human who hasn't been mesmerized to feel no fear and then kills that human, they get a high off the adrenaline filled blood and the power of killing. This is a big lure for those older Carpathians without a life mate, because it provides a temporary fix of feeling kinda like what I've read about serial killers.

Once they start down that path they lose their soul and become a true vampire and are under the sentence of death by Carpathian law.

It's been a long time since he's felt anything. The daughter of the Capathian prince happens to be his life mate they only have one but he is not allowed to "marry" her until she's However, she refuses him and asks for time. She wants to go out on her own and have a life and Gregori scares her, even though she feels the pull of their life mate chemistry.

Trigger warning for rape view spoiler [ He gives her 5 years on her own, but by the time he comes to claim her he is very close to turning vampire. Their first sexual encounter starts as a seduction, but ends up as a rape. The beast inside him takes over and he nearly kills her. She talks him down and they complete the ritual to bind them as life mates.

This was a rough scene, but he feels tremendous guilt about it. He even asks her to kill him. He's never violent with her again, but throughout the book he still has to struggle with his overwhelming need to protect her, which to his old-fashioned mind means locking her up or using mental compulsion if she refuses to go along with his orders. This infuriates her, of course.

After centuries without emotion, he doesn't quite know how to deal with it once he has them again. Savannah annoyed me during the first part of the book but she was much more likable once she merged with Gregori a few times and got her head on straight. Gregori was pretty much what you'd expect from seeing him in previous books. Savannah is the daughter of Mikhail and Raven, The prince and princess of the Carpathian people. Raven was a human that was turned Carpathian when she mated with Mikhail.

Unfortunately, this book makes it seem like Ra 4 stars This was a very good addition to the series. Unfortunately, this book makes it seem like Raven never fully accepted her roll as a Carpathian female and Mikhail's lifemate and passed those "reservations" on to her daughter. So in a nutshell, Savannah isn't happy about being a lifemate and would do anything to keep from accepting the truth and her place. Il principe vampiro: Magia nera by Christine Feehan 2 star ratings Gregori is an ancient in the race of Carpathians.

Carpathians are born vampires with other abilities like shape shifting to any form, even mist , magic spells and psychic powers. The males of the Carpathians have a darkness in them and if they don't find their lifemates, they can lose their souls and become evil. Gregori's people are in dire straights because they don't have many women and the woman that do get pregnant usually give birth to males so their males aren't finding lifemates.

Gregori has been holding on to his sanity by a thread, waiting desperately for his lifemate. When Savannah is born, Gregori's wait is almost over Gregori knew Savannah would be his lifemate pretty much all of her life.

He was fighting the darkness that plagued the male Carpathians for centuries and it took all of his strength to hold on until Savannah reached her 18th birthday. Unfortunately, Savannah wasn't prepared for the idea of being owned by her lifemate or being connected to someone as old and powerful as Gregori. Savannah found that she hungered for Gregori and that made her fear him even more. She begged for more time and Gregori agreed to give her 5 more years of freedom.

When Gregori finally comes to claim Savannah, she doesn't make it easy on him, succumbing to her fears and doing stupid things like threatening to meet the dawn rather than be with Gregori. Savannah reminded me of a scared little mouse at first Although Gregori does try to be gentle with Savannah, he had to wait too long and his initial claiming is much rougher than it should have been.

Gregori manages to get them past this issue but it still takes some time for Savannah to truly embrace the idea of being with Gregori. Thankfully, she eventually does and I liked Savannah much better once she started accepting her position. There are still some issues between Gregori and Savannah as she tries to gain a place in his life and not be the coddled weakling in their relationship. It doesn't help things that a few vampires are hunting them, wanting to kidnap Savannah for themselves.

Also, there's more trouble from the human vampire hunting organization that's caused problems for the Carpathians in the past. Savannah and Gregori manage to get through these issues even making a good friend along the way and end the story starting a very nice HEA together.

This was a very enjoyable story. Although I had issues with Savannah in the beginning, once she got her head on straight, I really liked her. I liked Gregori and enjoyed seeing him start to experience feelings and such. I also really liked seeing him become more human as Savannah brought emotions out in him that he hadn't experienced in centuries.

By the end, I thought that Savannah and Gregori had shaped up to be a very good couple. The story was very good and was interesting enough to keep me engaged so I'd recommend it. Parker did a good job with the narration. Con este libro tuve sentimientos encontrados por la personalidad del prota pero igual ha terminado gustandome la historia.

We know from book one that the healer Gregori, The dark one was reaching the end of his life, until he decides he will find his mate in Raven's daughter- who would be his redemption-a progression we see in book 2 and 3. They both deal with their intense passion for each ot "Dark Magic" is the story of Gregori and Savannah. They both deal with their intense passion for each other, trust issues, his overbearing nature, how he's been with her literally from her conception, and make hot love while confessing their love over and over again- while fighting hunters, evil vampires and saving mortals.

What I liked about this one is the intense yearning in Gregori as well as how Savannah actually fights back and stands up for herself- showing that she's the Dark prince's offspring. Enjoyed this one, though it dragged in a few places.

Summary Savannah Dubrinsky, is the daughter of Raven and Mikhail, the prince of the Carpathian people. So she pleads for time, five years in the states. Gregori has lived for centuries, one of the oldest of their kind, he knows he will not be a easy Summary Savannah Dubrinsky, is the daughter of Raven and Mikhail, the prince of the Carpathian people. Savannah has now had her precious five years, and while on her last stop on her tour in San Francisco, her closest friend is killed by a vampire, and Gregori saves her.

She knows that this day would come, but she also knew she would never be ready to be his lifemate. She is overcome with grief over her closest friend, and being tied to a dark and dangerous man, but they decide to head to New Orleans, for the jazz music festival, and soon they will be facing hunters from the human society out to destroy their kind, and a master vampire and only working together will they be able to survive.

Gregori has defended his people and protected them and killed vampires left and right. He has studied and learned everything he can to be the most knowledgable and cunning. He has few friends, many enemies, and has searched for his lifemate for centuries.

When Mikhail and Raven conceived a girl, he knew she was his lifemate, and he must stay strong for her. She is his only hope. Gregori can be a hard hero to like. He is very rough around the edges, believes women should be protected in a cacoon and away from any and all danger. But Gregori is also very easy to connect with. As soon as you see the real Gregori, who has lived a life of killing and darkness, we see a man that only wants to be loved and needed.

The Heroine Savannah Dubrinsky, she is the daughter of the prince. She has her own special gifts and abilities. She is powerful in her own right despite being a fledging.

She grew up with only her parents, and a wolf as her companion. She now resides in the states, doing magic shows and is infamous for it. But Savannah has one fear, her lifemate. She knows that she will have to be binded forever with Gregori, but she fears him more than any other.

She knows he will be hard to live with, and she is very independent like her mother. I really liked Savannah, but at times she could have used a bit spine, especially in the beginning. I understand why she feels the way she does, but at times she could be a bit selfish.

Every now and then I get in the mood to listen to the earlier books in the carpathian series, since I own them all on audiobook. I realized I had yet to review Dark Magic. So I decided now would be a good time to do so.

We see the relationship between Gregori and Savannah have a bit of a rocky start. And no one will be able to destroy him. Get A Copy They have a bit of a unsteady beginning with plenty of miscommunication and mistrusts, but then we see a turning point in their relationship. A turning point that makes Gregori despise himself, and Savannah reads his mind and memories, and learns who he really is, and a trust begins to form.

We also get a side character that I hope one day gets his own story Gary. We see him in future books too, which is fun and you see a hint of a story that could happen. There is some quick witted humor that is delightful, and the narrator is amazing. She has done most of the books from book 1 to book 10 I believe apart from Rebecca Cook who has done a couple. But I adore her inflections and I fell in love with her in Dark Challenge, so its always a delight to listen to her again. What I also liked was seeing their relationship develop more and you see a hint of playfulness enter the relationship, and Gregori softens towards Savannah, We see the romance between them really blossom especially once they get to New Orleans.

There is some suspense elements as well from two different factors. But I will warn you in the first part of the story, it is not easy to read, there are some darker elements, but the later half is more playful and light and fun. I do like the foggy background, but there is something non realistic about this cover, but I love the colors and the wolves at the bottom.

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