Reader Review: This book is as good as the rest of Feehan's Carpathian series. Lots of suspense and conflict between the main characters. Feehan makes you sympathize with the positions of both the hero and heroine even while you wonder how they are going to work out their differences.
Christine Feehan has thrilled legions of fans with her seductive, sensual Carpathian tales. Now, she presents the enthralling story of Rafael, a savage hunter from the darkest jungles, and the beautiful prey he would never let escape.
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|Title of Romance eBook: Dark Secret||Series: A Carpathian Novel, , #15|
|Release Date: 02-01-2005|
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|Publisher: Jove||Store Sales Rank: 13268|
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Chapter OneThe huge chestnut snorted, his eyes rolling wildly in his head. "Hang on to him, Paul," Colby quickly warned her brother. The horse was sidestepping nervously, jerking his head, stiffening his legs.
"I can't, sis," Paul cried out as with a surge of savagery the animal swung around, breaking the boy's precarious hold. Paul scrambled to safety, his anxious eyes on his sister's slender figure.
The chestnut was crow-hopping, whirling, slamming into the fence with a resounding crash that shook the posts and the ground itself. Paul winced, his olive skin going pale beneath the dark tan. Colby was smashed up against the fence twice more before she hit the ground and rolled to safety beneath the rails.
"Are you all right, Colby?" Paul demanded anxiously, flinging himself on his knees beside her in the powdered dirt.
Colby groaned and rolled over to stare up at the darkening sky, a humorless smile curving her soft mouth. "What a stupid way to make a living," she told Paul absently. "How many times has that worthless animal thrown me?" She sat up, pushing at the damp tendrils escaping from her thick red-gold braid. The back of her hand left a streak of dirt across her forehead.
"Today or altogether?" Paul teased, then hastily wiped the grin from his face when she turned the full power of her eyes on him. "Six," he answered solemnly.
Gingerly she stood up, swiping at the layer of dust on her worn, faded Levi's. Ruefully she examined her tattered shirt. "Who owns this beast anyway? Whoever it is had better be someone I like."
Carefully Paul brushed dust off her hat, avoiding her gaze...
Title: Dark Secret
Average Customer Review:
Number of Comments: 5 Rating(s) 5 Review(s)
1 of 2 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Rafael and Colby's story
October 29, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Bradenton, FL US
I had some troubles with this book. Colby is a ranger who has her smaller sister and brother in her care. She works very hard to make end meet. Than Rafael De La Cruz shows up. He has come to help his friends take the children in Colby's care with them to Brazil to be with their family. But Colby refuses and he isn't used being refused. He is intrigued and realizes that she is him mate, which makes him determent to bind her to him. Unfortunately for him, she resists him and he uses his powers over her to help him seduce her. But that backfires...
I found this a good installment, but I had some problems with the arrogant Rafael. He pushes her to far and I felt for her. Still Colby was a strong character who doesnât succumb to easily and in the end Rafael has to change if he wants her to be with him.
I had never read a book belonging to the Dark Seri
September 18, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Comayaguela, na HN
I had never read a book belonging to the Dark Series... but wow...this one just blew me away!!!
This book is as good as the rest of Feehan's Carpa
September 14, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from California
This book is as good as the rest of Feehan's Carpathian series. Lots of suspense and conflict between the main characters. Feehan makes you sympathize with the positions of both the hero and heroine even while you wonder how they are going to work out their differences.
I enjoyed this book, it's not as good as some of t
July 21, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from RI US
I enjoyed this book, it's not as good as some of the ones that she's written for this series. I applaud her attempt to freshen it up by throwing in some new cultures, etc., but to be honest, her lead characters are beginning to blend into one another. Not a surprise after so many novels. She's close to hitting the wall of creativity, but she managed to pull this book off. I didn't like it as much as some of the earlier works.
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