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Christine Feehan 3 Carpathian novels. The worst is that suddenly the last 3 sisters can talk to their lovers telepathically. Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. A dangerous man with a murky past, death in his eyes, and a dangerous, volatile appeal that sang to every one of her senses. She’d known all along she felt things too deeply. She didn’t trust anyone with her heart – or the darker places of her soul.

Dean spun around, the smile slipping from his face.

She is a very kind, caring person. Instead, he was more of an equal to them. He was in such a dark place, void of all hope, until he hears her sing.

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All that said and I apologize for the negative tone to itI can see myself reading these books again. Only one man can find her. Even her songs were beginning to reflect her need of him. I also didn’t like the depictions of the dark side of fame: It just really seems like Joley is very dense, at least when it comes to Ilya.

Not a one could be trusted. I wanted to read about Joley and Ilya. She had no idea what she really wanted, making her jump all over the place. But I digress, back to the review. The voice slid into her head. All kinds of books, even encyclopedias. It seemed Christine just threw out a gay relationship just to have one in the book. She noted he had to assure himself he was surrounded by his men. Joley is a spell-singer, able to compel anyone who hears her voice to feel or act anyway she wants.

The one person you’d think that wouldn’t do it, had something to do with it. The sisters’ apology to him seemed disengenous, at best. She needed— needed —release, a respite from the continual sexual pressure that never seemed to let up. They line up to give the band and even the roadies blowjobs. See 1 question about Turbulent Sea…. She looked passionate, untamed, so sexy his heart nearly stopped. Joley glanced around her to see if any I feel like Christine Feehan is hyped all over goodreads.

Joley and her bandmates are nearing the end of their world tour when things go awry. Book ratings by Goodreads. Despite their lack of fidelity, the band were good guys and I wanted to see them happy.


But there’s only man who can give her what she really needs. Sergei Nikitin had been inviting her to parties for months, but she always made excuses not to go. Also, note that I will not downrate a seller because of my personal difficulty using an item unless it is directly related to something they are directly responsible for, such as their instructions, lack thereof, or manufacturing or packaging errors.

I’m not generally a fan of the alpha male ‘I’m going to be a complete asshole and you’re going to love me anyway.

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He was as different as she was. This is too easy. And she wanted him day and night. Goodreads is the world’s feehna site for readers with over 50 million reviews. He has a reputation of a Russian hitman and works for a notorious mobster. It has occurred to me that fans of Anne Stuart’s Ice series may well enjoy this book although Ilya ends up being a much lighter character than Bastian and his friends.