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Dark Wolf (The 'Dark' Carpathian Book 25) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Christine Feehan
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Chapter One

Skyler Daratrazanoff pulled the long black shawl closer, making certain her hair was covered and there was little to see of her face. Her heart beat so hard she was afraid anyone close would hear. Everything hinged on making the official believe her. Josef had forged the papers, and he was the best. He could hack any computer, provide information or get it. She didn’t doubt for a minute that the papers he created would be in order and pass close scrutiny, but she still had to make the official believe her.

The tin building was rusted and looked as if it might fall apart at any moment. A man came forward to meet her, looking solemn as the casket was wheeled ahead of her into the shade of the building. Fortunately the sun was setting and shadows fell around her, helping to make it more difficult to see her clearly.

“Your papers?” he said. His voice was kind. The name on his badge identified him as Erno Varga.

She glanced back toward the small plane she’d flown to the airport and then handed her papers to the official, making certain her eyes were downcast and she looked weepy. She had taken care to use drops to make her eyes red and watery, just in case she couldn’t pull off acting on her own.

Varga looked over her papers and then up at her several times with sharp, disbelieving eyes. “You’re young to be bringing home your brother’s body alone. No one else is traveling with you?”

She shook her head, trying to look more tragic than ever. “My father is dead, and now my brother.” She choked back a sob worthy, she was certain, of an Oscar performance. “There is no one else to bring him home to our mother.”

The official looked at her again and studied her papers closer. “He died of a broken heart?” There was skepticism in his voice.

Skyler nearly choked. When I get my hands on you, Josef, you’re going to die of more than a broken heart. She used her telepathic connection with Josef to let him know he was in huge trouble.

A terrible tragedy. Josef was unrepentant as always. There was amusement in his tone. No matter how serious a situation, he didn’t mind in the least being mischievous.

She managed to keep a straight face and gave Varga a solemn nod. “He just wasted away when his girl left him. He refused to eat.” She had no choice but to go with it, even if it meant twisting her fingers together hard in order to prevent the official from seeing she was shaking. “It’s a terrible tragedy. Nothing could save him.”

Okay, even to her ears, that sounded totally lame. But a broken heart? Only Josef would come up with something so dramatic and unbelievable. How else could she explain he’d died of a broken heart? There was definitely going to be another cause of death after they opened the casket.

She could feel Josef’s laughter. Of course you’re laughing. You’re safe in the coffin, the tragically dead brother, while I’m lying my ass off to this man who could put me in prison for the rest of my life.

She knew Josef would never let that happen. If necessary he’d give the official a “push” to believe her. Right now, he was having too much fun listening to her squirm—and she supposed she deserved it. She was making him do something highly dangerous, and he would be blamed more than she would be if anything went wrong. Her father would probably just kill him on sight.

He will, too, Josef said. He’ll rip me from limb to limb.

You should be worrying about me ripping you from limb to limb, she threatened.

“How old are you?” The official stared at her passport and papers and then back up to her face. “Did you pilot that plane?”

She lifted her chin, trying for older and much sterner. She knew she looked young, but not her eyes. If he looked her directly in the eye, he would believe what those forged papers said. And they were great forgeries. Josef had many talents, although making up stories was clearly not one of them.

“I’m much older than I look,” Skyler replied. It was partially the truth. She felt older, and that should count for something. She’d been through more than most women—okay, teens.

“Twenty-five?” he said skeptically.

Josef had insisted she be twenty-five if she was going to pilot the plane. Piloting planes had come easy to her and it was something she especially loved, so her adopted father, Gabriel, had allowed her to learn.

“I have to open the coffin,” the official added, watching her closely.

Skyler managed a little sob and covered her mouth, nodding slightly. “I’m sorry. Yes, of course. They said you would. I was expecting you to.” She straightened her shoulders and spine courageously.

He looked at her much more kindly. “You don’t need to watch. Stand over there.” He nodded to a corner of the building just a few feet away.

She felt a little sorry for him. If she knew anything at all about Josef, she knew he would put on some kind of show.

Don’t you dare blow this by scaring him, she warned. I mean it, Josef.

You’re no fun. I can always remove his memories. Wouldn’t it be so delicious to do an impression of Count Dracula? I’ve watched the movie a million times. I’ve got the look and accent down perfectly.

He sounded far too eager. It took a lot of discipline to keep amusement from her mind where he could read it. She didn’t doubt for a moment that Josef could do a perfect Dracula impression.

Resist the urge. We aren’t out of the woods and we can’t afford to take any chances. We’re in Carpathian territory. Or at least close enough that someone might be near us to sense the use of energy. Restrain yourself, Josef.

He heaved a sigh. No matter what the outcome, your father is going to kill me, a slow and painful death, too. I should be able to have a little fun.

That was hitting very close to the truth. Gabriel was going to murder all of them, but if their plan worked, it would be well worth it.

She gave Varga a small, grateful smile and moved away from the coffin. Standing in the open door, her arms wrapped around her middle for comfort, she stared outside into the gathering darkness, holding herself very still. Their plan had to work.

Behave Josef, or else. Gabriel’s in London and I’m here. She had never been on the receiving end of Gabriel’s wrath, but he and her uncle Lucian were legendary vampire hunters. The Carpathian people, most extremely powerful, whispered their names in awe.

You’ve got a point. Laughter bubbled over in Josef’s voice. What a sorry waste of a good coffin. Now there was disgust in his tone.

Skyler couldn’t tell if he was going to behave or not. It was impossible with Josef. He marched to his own drum. She sent up a silent prayer, hoping for the best.

Right now, Francesca and Gabriel were probably awake and would soon be preparing to fly to the Carpathian Mountains. They thought she was a continent away, safe with her human college friend Maria, using her vacation to help build homes and run irrigation to farmers in South America. She had never lied to them before. Not once. And it hurt her to do it now, but there was no other way.

She knew her parents had been summoned to the huge meeting between Lycan and Carpathian to discuss an alliance between the two species. Most of the Carpathians had been called home. Gabriel and Francesca had been more than happy to receive a call from her from school asking to go with Maria. They didn’t want her anywhere near the Carpathian Mountains.

She would never think of repaying their extraordinary kindness, the love they had given her from the moment she’d been taken into their home, with lies and betrayal—not for anything or anyone accept Dimitri. Dimitri Tirunul was her unexpected miracle. A man beyond any she’d ever dreamt of. She was human. He was Carpathian—nearly immortal. She was nineteen years old. He was an ancient, centuries old. She held the other half of his soul, the light to his darkness. Without her, he would not survive. She was his lifemate—his savior. Yet she knew just the opposite was true—Dimitri was the one saving her.

He knew she was his lifemate when she was just a child, and he had given her time. Space. Unconditional love. He never demanded anything of her. He never told her how difficult it was for him—that she was his salvation—just out of his reach. He had always been there for her, in the middle of the night, when her violent past was too close and she couldn’t sleep, when nightmares haunted her to the point she couldn’t breathe. He was there, in her mind, holding all those terrifying memories at bay. Dimitri. Her Dimitri.

Dimitri was caught in the middle between the two species. The Lycans had taken him and planned to kill him. No one had gone after him to save him. He had spent centuries hunting the undead to keep his people as well as humans safe. He had survived honorably when others had chosen to give up their souls. Yet there was no rescue party. No hunters were rushing to save him. He was badly injured. She felt that much before he cut himself off from her to protect her from his pain—or his death.

Dimitri was stoic about life or death. He was a Carpathian hunter and he’d been around for centuries, protecting innocents from vampires. Her lineage was complicated, but for all intents and purposes, she was human. The Lycans would never expect a teenag...

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“THE QUEEN OF PARANORMAL ROMANCE! THE ONE WHO STARTED IT ALL! I LOVE EVERYTHING SHE DOES.”—J. R. Ward

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“After Bram Stoker, Anne Rice and Joss Whedon (who created the venerated Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Christine Feehan is the person most credited with popularizing the neck gripper.”—Time

“Feehan has a knack for bringing vampiric Carpathians to vivid, virile life in her Dark Carpathian novels.”—Publishers Weekly

“She is the master.”—The Best Reviews

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Par Hoshi29
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Il y a quelques mois j'ai lu Dark Lycan sur kindle et avant même de l'avoir terminé j'ai précommandé Dark Wolf part 2 de la "trilogie".
Il aura fallu attendre des années pour avoir enfin l'histoire de Skyler et Dimitri et rien que pour çà j'aurai sauté sur ce livre dès sa sortie mais là, en plus, l'intrigue est exceptionnelle.

J'adore cette série de Christine Feehan (tous ses livres d'ailleurs) mais j'avoue que certains titres se détachent du lot et les 2 premiers tomes de la trilogie sont de ceux-la.
Il m'aura fallu 10h pour lire Dark Wolf et 1 minute pour précommander Dark Blood, la 3ème et dernière partie qui, dès la lecture du premier chapitre, promet d'être à la hauteur de ses 2 prédécesseurs. Qu'il est loin le 02 septembre 2014 !

Pour les fans, achetez-le les yeux fermés, vous y retrouverez tout ce qui a fait le succès des Carpathians. C'est un des meilleurs titres, au moins le top 10.

Pour ceux qui découvrent cette série, commencer par ce livre n'est pas recommandé pour découvrir l'univers et le peuple des Carpathians et tous les problèmes qu'ils ont rencontrés, mis à jour et/ou résolus au cours des 25 tomes que compte déjà cette série. Mieux vaut commencer par Dark Prince (le premier tome) et les 2 suivants.
Certains titres de la série peuvent se lire seuls (Dark Symphony, Dark Dream...) mais l'idéal c'est de les lire dans l'ordre.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Better than I expected 7 janvier 2014
Par Jen - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Fans of Christine Feehan’s Dark series have been waiting a decade or so for this book. For some, there is no way anything she were to write would satisfy after a build like this. Others will be so glad to get the story, that it will be an automatic 5 star read. I’ll be honest, I went into this one with my expectations at an all-time low. The past few books have been so disappointing that I was ready to quit the series. Until I found out that Skyler and Dmitri were finally on the horizon. I’m pleased to say that I enjoyed this book much more than I thought I would.

As the story begins, Dmitri is in the custody of the Lycans. He is being tortured for being a mixed blood. None of the Carpathians can find him. In fact, Skyler doesn’t even think they are looking. So she teams us with her friends Josef and Paul for a rescue mission. Let me stop here and share a few thoughts right off the bat. Skyler is one powerful young woman. She is also smart, resourceful, and determined to save her man. I loved that. But what I loved even more is that Dimitri accepted that. Of course, he wanted her to stay safe, but unlike most Carpathian males, he did not forbid her assistance. He was worried for her, but he listened to her. He respected her need to help him and her ability to be smart about it.

Back to the story. Dimitri is really messed up…. like, almost dead. Yet he never succumbs. He fights to live for Skyler. And about the first third of the book is tied up in his rescue. From then on, it’s about healing and dealing with the increasing tensions between the Carpathian and Lycan people. Tension, that could boil over into a war.

The plot was fairly good. But the best thing this book had going for it was the romance and its key players. Dimitri is everything you could want in a Carpathian man. He is strong and powerful without ever being an alpha-hole. He is patient and kind to his young lifemate. He loves her unconditionally and –here’s something unusual– he respects her. He never berates her; never makes her feel foolish or less than him in any way. His care and generosity don’t ever make him look weak, either. He’s easily one of the best heroes the series has seen. Their love story is gentle and sweet. I believed in their feelings for one another. There’s no real internal conflict, just the two of them banding together to survive the threats against their lives and their people.

The supporting cast is a who’s-who of the series. From Gabriel and Francesca, to Lucian and Darius, Zacharias, Nicolas, Razavan, Ivory, Byron, Mikhail… almost everyone is here. I loved catching up with old characters and getting to know more about the “next generation” that includes Josef and Paul. The whole book felt like a homecoming in a way.

It wasn’t perfect, mind you. The “spells” Skyler cast got on my nerves to no end. The chanting and rhyming have GOT TO GO. I also had a gripe about how the story dealt with the sex. Such a fine point has been placed on Skyler’s sexual abuse in the past. It was the big stumbling block to her accepting Dimitri as a lifemate. Yet, when it’s time for these two to get horizontal, it was way too easy. It was like she just decided she was over being raped and passed around in the sex trade for years. She decides she is over it and everything is fine. True, there is a point later in the book where she has a moment of fear, but it’s really small potatoes considering her history –and considering the build-up.

And speaking of the sex, I have two other observations. One, I stand by the last review where I said I think Feehan has a ghost-writer for her sex scenes. They are unrecognizable from the earlier books. I mean, I almost fell out of my chair when Dimitri referenced his c**k. And two, that flower ritual is just damn stupid.

Overall, I was satisfied with book, and pleasantly surprised. I think most Carpathian fans will be too.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Two and a half stars. 8 janvier 2014
Par J-Phi - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After reading Fen's book, I was a little disappointed with how short changed it felt he and Tatjana were in the romance plot department. I didn't know it could get worse.

I've been waiting for Skyler and Dmitri's book for nearly 20 books now... At least since Gabriel's story when we first met them and realized they were lifemates. I can't believe that after all this time and all the build up to their storyline, THIS is the treatment they get. Maybe it's because of Skyler's age but this book reads like a racy YAF-type book. If I was asked to describe it, I'd say it's more about the potential Lycan-Carpathian war than it is about Skyler and Dmitri.

It is palpably obvious that this sange-rau/Han- ku-whatever theme is being dragged out for the trilogy. This book spent most of the time dealing with this issue and to no effect, no significant progress was made from Fen's book and we didn't even get another party to show off all the cute Carpathian kiddies.

I've been so excited anticipating this book, I even pre-ordered it and kept checking from midnight release day whether it had loaded up on my kindle. I have to say I'm disappointed. Obviously this is readable because it's Christine Feehan but it also feels really disjointed, rushed and has lost the basic thing the author is awesome at- writing about the healing power of love for a damaged hero/heroine. This book to me was mostly spells, chants, all those things that the author has gotten more into the last 10 or so books. I could have done with fewer pages of Skyler's mage spells and a little more of her and Dmitri's romantic relationship.

Where this book shines is the times Sky and Dmitri are together. His consideration, understanding and love for her and her willingness to sacrifice her life for him. I think one thing a lot of people wondered about was how she would deal with the intense sexual relationship between lifemates given her past and it is certainly something she and Dmitri discuss in this book but the resolution is rather rushed, understandable given that we're treated to pages upon pages of spells, battles and diplomatic negotiation. Another place this book shines is in Skyler's interactions with Josef and Paul both of whom I absolutely love. Sure she reads as rather young in these but she IS only 19 (even though at times she seemed a little younger than this like maybe fifteen or so ;) ).

My main complaint with this book is the same as my main complaint with the previous book, Fen's book. This is not a story about Skyler and Dmitri, it's a story featuring them that is about a potential war. It's an action adventure type book with romantic elements. My second major complaint is that I'm beginning to feel like the story arch is being deliberately stretched out to fit round a trilogy or something. This isn't new. The De La Cruz vs Malinov storyline lasted several books as well but you felt like each one could stand alone with a beginning and end and each one had a distinct plot and angle and identifiable lead characters so no one was being shortchanged and it didn't feel like one continuous book split into several parts. These last 2 books, particularly this one, aren't standalones. As far as I'm concerned, this book could have ended a quarter of the way through once Dmitri was rescued for all the progress that was made the remaining three-quarters of the book because the rest of the book just sets up Zev and Bronnie's book (and hopefully the conclusion of this unnecessarily long-drawn out Sange Rau madness).

I'll get the next book because I'm a sucker for Feehan and want to see how all this ends. But I really wish she could go back to more of a character relationship focus in her books because that is where they shine. I don't mind a little action and adventure or even chants and recitations since this has become "a thing" the last 10 or so books , this is after all, the dark series with mages and things that go bump in the night, but it shouldn't take the place of the relationships and romance that I think drew a lot of people to this series in the first place.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great 2nd book in the lycan trilogy (Dark Lycan, Dark Wolf, Dark Blood) 8 janvier 2014
Par O. Fischer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Despite the horror of Skyler's past, this novel was written to have a lot of lighthearted, happy moments with plenty of action and plot development rather than focusing on angst. Skyler is older, more confident and she loves Dimitri. It's really Skyler & Dimitri vs Zealot Lycans rather than Skyler & Dimitri vs Skyler's PTSD though she still has a few revelations which help with character development.
Story commences two weeks after Dimitri was abducted in Dark Lycan. Dark Lycan should really be read first to best keep the story continuity since we are introduced to Skyler/Dimitri's present day romance in that book.
Right off I was struck that she freely touches her friends and acquaintances with no mention that in Dark Celebration/age 16 she couldn't handle the psychic impressions she received so it was constantly reiterated that she avoided touching or being touched (much like Raven from Dark Prince book 1). It must be presumed she got powerful enough to block impressions and learned to be playful from her friendship with Josef (Byron's nephew, Dark Symphony) & Paul (Colby's younger brother, Dark Secret) and her adopted parents since there's a lot of casual touching/hugs kisses etc.
Comic relief for several chapters comes with Josef and Paul who help her rescue Dimitri. Personally, I found it refreshing. All the ancient Carpathian stoic males are getting repetitive and it was fun to see youth introduced instead of droll references to being a prankster a 1000 years ago and typical dry witty banter. But things aren't shaken up too much because Zev, Fen, and Tatijana come back into the story while the series plot thickens. (Branislava does not make an appearance until the end.)

The romance between Dimitri & Skyler is easy since he's been courting her for the last three years and the two weeks of no psychic connection and serious brush with death before that make up Skyler's mind for her -- she's ready to be with Dimitri. She has some reservations about being physical but this isn't harped on. Though there is trouble brewing, the book ends with a focus on Dimitri & Skyler being together and plans for the future. We get to see Ivory & Razvan and a really cool "wedding" present from them.

Story gaffes/typos:
Chp 2: Paul Chevez, Colby's younger brother, is introduced as Paul Jansen. Jansen would have been his mother's maiden name. Also it's started that Skyler is granddaughter to Xavier, world's most powerful/evil mage, though she is great-granddaughter. (Another reference is made later on, correctly as great-granddaughter)
Chp 12: Paul and Josef are confused for each other in loc 3126 because of the typo"his father, uncle..." is used instead of "Josef's father & uncle"

-->A big deal is made of putting silver through the lycan heart and chopping the head then burning the bodies in order to truly defeat enemies. Yet a few action scenes gave me the impression that when it's a good lycan guy getting hurt, he/she can easily just bleed out and die instead of regenerating so magically like the so-hard-to-defeat enemies.
-->The Carpathian wolf pups are introduced as needing to hunt and eat game, yet in Dark Slayer the Carpathian wolves drank blood directly and only from Ivory/Razvan's wrist.
-->Gaffe or not? A fox trails and helps Skyler out in the Russian forest with three separate references to it so it seems like a setup to introduce a surprise helpful character or something but there's never another reference made. Felt almost like an idea that got nixed or forgotten during writing.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 First half of story is missing. 13 janvier 2014
Par Pamela Morgan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I've waited years for this one and was very disappointed. I'm actually being kind giving it three stars. I remember when they first met and Demitri gave Skylar a necklace and red cape. Where are those things? If a girl loves a man she keeps things like that.

Technically, this is not a romance. Dark Wolf starts with the main characters already in love. We missed the entire courtship. The main theme of a love story is the build up to them falling in love; that part happened behind the scenes before we even open chapter one.

Then you have the conversations that pull us out of the story. If you are running for your life from bad guys shooting at you you're not going to go over family history to catch new readers up.

I'll probably buy the next book mainly because I'm attached to the whole series and characters but this one was a big disappointment.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Spoiler Alert 9 janvier 2014
Par Fab61 - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I love Christine's ability to deliver an entertaining story line. However, it is very obvious that this story dragged on and on with no conclusions whatsoever. I was happy that Sky and Dimitri finally found a middle ground for intimacy, but the other factors, such as the threatening Lycan/Carpathian war, never went anywhere.

I will read the next book to see what happens with Web and Bonnie mainly because it would haunt me if I didn't find out their outcome.

Christine's last few books have left a lot to be desired. I am hoping, for the value of my money, that the next book will have more substance.

If you have not purchased this book yet you might want to wait until all 2-3 books have been released to purchase. I'm just saying, eliminate the frustration of having to wait 9 months between books. Besides, the books will probably be at a more reasonable price based on the content.

The ending was abrupt and left everything to be desired. I don't know if this is a new marketing campaign, but it sucks.
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