Dark Celebration: A Carpathian Reunion

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Thorndike Press, 2007 - Fiction - 659 pages
27 Reviews
From the uninhibited imagination of Christine Feehan comes a sensual adventure of her beloved Carpathians-one of undying passion, astonishing fantasy, and eternal love.
They are the Carpathians. For years, they have been persecuted by their enemies, and have struggled against all odds to preserve their species. Now, a new insidious plot has been devised-one that would slaughter Carpathian females and bring an end to all that the Carpathians have worked for.
Even with his own lifemate, Raven, and their daughter Savannah, in danger, Carpathian king Mikhail believes that all is not lost. Gathering all of his people together, he will forge a new bond of strength, joining their powers in a celebration that will bring light even in this dark time.

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Review: Dark Celebration (Dark #17)

User Review  - Theresa - Goodreads

This was wonderful. Filled with all the series characters that I love (and some I don't). Everyone was there, fully involved. There were so many of the cool Carpathian talents and customs used in the ... Read full review

Review: Dark Celebration (Dark #17)

User Review  - Judith Parra - Goodreads

SPOILERS!!!!! I loved this book! It was so much fun to read and to check up on the couples I read about in the series so far. The story takes place not long after the major battle with Maxim and his ... Read full review

About the author (2007)

Bestselling paranormal romance author Christine Feehan was born in California. Since 1999 she has published over 40 works, including the popular Dark, Drake Sisters, Ghostwalkers, and Leopard series. She also wrote a manga comic, Dark Hunger, which was released in October 2007. Dark Prince, her first novel, won three Paranormal Excellence Awards in Romantic Literature in 1999, and she has received seven more for her other books. She also won two Golden Leaf Awards, the Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times Magazine for Contemporary New Reality, the 2004 RIO Award of Excellence, and the Borders 2008 Lifetime Achievement Award. In 2014 she made The New York Times Best Seller List with her title Dark Wolf.

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