Dark Celebration: A Carpathian Reunion

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Piatkus, 2006 - Love stories - 356 pages
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Carpathians are an immortal race of beings with animal instincts and the ability to shape shift. Every Carpathian male is drawn to a life mate: a woman - Carpathian or human - able to provide the light to his darkness. Without her, the beast within slowly consumes the man until turning into a vampire is the only option. Mikhail Dubrinsky, Prince of the Carpathians, fears he can't protect his people from the extinction of their species - a fate that has become the wicked prayer of his enemies, who plot to slaughter all Carpathian females. Mikhail's lifemate, Raven, and their daughter, Savannah, are both vulnerable to the encroaching evil, but all is not lost. In this desperate season, Carpathian's from around the world are gathering to join their strengths, their souls and their powers. But so too are their adversaries uniting - hunters, vampires, demons and betrayers - bringing untold dangers into the fold of the Carpathian people.

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User Review  - Mykake - LibraryThing

Besides Dark Prince, this is my favorite book of the series. Feehan did a great job bringing her whole series to one. I don't want to give a spoiler, but You must read the series 1-16 before thsi book or you will not appreciate this book. 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 (2006)

New York Times bestselling author 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. For more about Christine Feehan visit www.christinefeehan.com

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