Dark Curse

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Piatkus Books, 2009 - Paranormal fiction - 464 pages
21 Reviews

Born into a world of ice, slave to her evil father, Lara Calladine knew paralysing fear as a child. Only by escaping with her mysterious gifts unbroken did she survive to claim her great Carpathian heritage as a Dragonseeker. She walked her chosen path alone, trusting no one. For beyond the frozen hall of her youth was a world of even greater mystery and danger.

Now the world's leading expert in the field of ice-cave study, Lara is on a search for healing microorganisms, but also for the source of her nightmares - the cold, dark corners of her childhood. Only one man has the will and the power to help her: Nicolas De La Cruz. Dangerous and arrogant, centuries of hunting and killing have taken their toll on him but he still longs to feel sensual love without the hunger for blood. A tenuous trust emerges between Lara and Nicholas, and a passion neither of them has ever experienced but, as much as they long for a future as lifemates, they are also haunted by the unknown dangers of the dark curse.

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Sometimes the writing is awkward. - Goodreads
Good story, good mystery, good plot. - Goodreads
Ms. Feehan is known for her long-winded sex scenes. - Goodreads
Then the plot slowed down a lot. - Goodreads
Man, the Dark books are becoming plot-tastic! - Goodreads

Review: Dark Curse (Dark #19)

User Review  - Lauren Simpson - Goodreads

Feehan has created such an amazing world and characters that I love learning more and more about. This story reveals more of the mage's dark plot to destroy the Carpathians and also touches on woman's ... Read full review

Review: Dark Curse (Dark #19)

User Review  - Randy Daugherty - Goodreads

Nicolas De La Cruz has been a hunter for more years than he can count, he is tired of the life, of all the death and wishes to end it, so this mission to find the conspiracy that threatens their ... Read full review

About the author (2009)

Christine Feehan has received numerous honours including being a nominee for the Romance Writers of America RITA and receiving a Career Achievement Award from ROMANTIC TIMES.

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