Review: Dark Legacy by Christine Feehan

Author: Christine Feehan
Series: Dark #27
Release Date: September 5, 2017
Publisher: Berkley
Source: Publisher
Pages: 410
Reviewer: Marie
Rating: 4.5 Stars
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In a thrilling Carpathian novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan, a woman fights to free herself from the grip of the vampire trying to possess her...

In a beautiful compound hidden away from the world, Emeline Sanchez tries to blunt the pain that has wracked her body ever since her terrifying ordeal in the labyrinth beneath the city—when she was forced to exchange blood with an evil master vampire.

Now, it’s his voice that haunts her...that calls to her in the dark...that never lets her rest. And while the children that she helped to free from his clutches struggle to heal, watched over by their Carpathian protectors, Emeline knows one thing: She must sacrifice herself to keep them all from harm...

For her beauty is irresistible to the vampires, her psychic ability like a drug. Whipped into a frenzy, they’ll never stop coming for her. And only the taste of one Carpathian warrior—the rush of his blood—can save her...

Marie's Thoughts
After 27 books in a series, I was expecting this series to get old, tired, and boring. But Ms. Feehan somehow manages to make every book something new and exciting.

This book continues on with the story of the Ancients, who were introduced at the end of Dark Promise. Their story arc is wonderfully written, bringing humor and a heartwarming sense of a child-like innocence to an otherwise rough and brooding group of warriors.

Emeline and Dragomir are the main characters of this particular line in the story, and their story arc is beautiful. Their chemistry is incredible, and every interaction between the two of them is so sweet and tender in the sense that it makes your heart squeeze. They have been one of my favorite couples thus far in the series, and I couldn’t put this book down.

Ms. Feehan, you are an incredibly gifted individual. Your ability to tell a heartfelt story is amazing, and I look forward to seeing what you have in store for us next.

I voluntarily read a copy of the book in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and feelings are my own.

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