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Dark Slayer by Christine Feehan

November 13th, 2009 by Debbie's World of Books

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Source: Reviewed for Sacramento Book Review

Availability: In stores now

I give this book a 4 out of 5 stars

Ivory Malinov, the only sister among five Carpathian brothers, was thought dead after being shredded to pieces by vampires at the orders of the evil Xavier.  Yet now she runs with a pack of wolves as her only family now as she is determined to destroy Xavier and prevent him from harming anyone else.

Razvan Dragonseeker is thought to be the ultimate betrayer to the Carpathian race and raised as a follower of Xavier is found by Ivory as he flees Xavier.  As they come face to face they realize they have found their life mates.    Together can they over come Xavier?

I was not a fan of the earlier Dark books but I have become enthralled with the series since I read Dark Celebration.  The books following just seem to get better and better.  Dark Slayer immediately draws you into fight that Ivory and Razvan face to prove they are not traitors to the Carpathians, find a cure for what is killing the Carpathian children and destroy Xavier.  Razvan is a far cry from the typical Carpathian males we have seen so far and will still grab your heart.  This is another great addition to the Dark series.

Posted in 4 Star Books, Books, Paranormal, Romance

2 Responses

  1. J.S. Peyton

    I used to read the “Dark” books, but stopped reading them somewhere around “Dark Melody.” I actually liked the early books, but every male character in each book started to seem pretty much the same. Very alpha-male and overbearing to the soft and gentle female. It was fine for the first few books, but after that it just got kind of boring. But, your review has me intrigued! I’ve been thinking more about this series lately, and I just might pick this up. Who knows? Maybe I’ll become a loyal reader again.

  2. dsuzuki

    Oh yes, this one is very different from the other Dark books. Ivory is pretty much the alpha character and Razvan is not your typical Carpathian male.

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