Book Review

DARK SLAYER
by Christine Feehan

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Vampire, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

2009 Vampire Romance Nominee

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Feared and derided through much of this series, dragonseeker Razvan is about to have the truth about him revealed. In this shattering novel, the incomparable Feehan tells the story of two protagonists who have suffered unimaginable horrors. The power of Feehan's lifemate concept is fully explored in the pages of this mesmerizing novel. For Carpathian fans, this is a game-changing book that is packed with horrifying danger and unconditional love.

Nearly killed by vampires in league with the hellish mage Xavier, Carpathian Ivory Malinov survived
only to learn her beloved brothers had become vampires. After centuries of torturous healing, Ivory now hunts vampires with only the aid of her wolf pack.

Imprisoned, his actions controlled
by his grandfather Xavier, Razvan has fought a losing battle for centuries. Now close to death, he wants only to die. When Ivory discovers the wounded man, she is stunned, for although he's linked to her mortal enemy, he's also her lifemate. United in their quest to destroy Xavier, can they also discover the
healing power of love? (BERKLEY, Sep.,
416 pp., $25.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: BERKLEY

Published: September 2009

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4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
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Dark Slayer

Submitted by Jancat on October 12, 2010 - 2:22pm.

Dark Slayer is a vast improvement over the last book in this series. We find a damaged hero in Razvan. He has battled his grandfather, Xavier for centuries and tried to protect his family. No he has escapted and wishes for death. Enter Ivory Malinov. She has been thought dead for centuries. Instead she has been fighting her own battle against Xavier and his minions.

Razvan and Ivory are reluctant lifemates that learn to love each other and carve out a place for themselves among the Carpathian people while continuing their battle against Xavier.

This is a wonderful solid book. We see past characters and the story is tied together well.