Dark Challenge

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Leisure Books, 2009 - Fiction - 377 pages
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Love stories. Horror fiction. Julian Savage was golden. Powerful. But tormented. For the brooding hunter walked alone, always alone, far from his Carpathian kind, alien to even his twin. Like his name, his existence was savage. Until he met the woman he was sworn to protect When Julian heard Desari sing, rainbows swamped his starving senses. Emotions bombarded his hardened heart. And a dark hunger to possess her flooded his loins, blinding him to the danger stalking her, stalking him. And even as Desari enflamed him, she dared to defy him- with mysterious, unparalleled feminine powers. Was Desari more than his perfect mate? Julian had met his match in this woman, but would she drive him to madness or save his soul?

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User Review  - ElleLainey - LibraryThing

*I gave this 4 stars only for the basic storyline. If I included my frustration with repetition, it would be down to a 2.5* This one had a better storyline. The female lead, Desari, wasn't a simpering ... Read full review

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User Review  - Deserie.Comfort - LibraryThing

Dark Challenge is the 5th book in Christine Feehan’s Carpathian series. This story focuses on Julian Savage, an ancient Carpathian, and twin to Aidan, who was featured in Dark Gold. Like all ... Read full review

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About the author (2009)

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. She has written a N.Y. Times bestseller entitled Peril released in 2010. Christine is married to Richard Feehan with whom she has 11 children.

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