Dark Prince (The Carpathians (Dark) Series, Book 1) by Christine Feehan

By Christine Feehan

'Carpathians are an immortal race of beings with natural tendencies. each Carpathian male is attracted to his existence mate: a Carpathian or human girl capable of give you the gentle to his darkness. with no her, the beast inside slowly consumes the guy until eventually turning vampire is the single option.' Raven Whitney is a psychic who has used her present to assist the police song down a serial killer. Now she is set to flee the glare of modern exposure for the peace and quiet of the Carpathian Mountains. Prince Mikhail Dubrinsky is the chief of his humans yet, as his old Carpathian race grows ever towards extinction, he's as regards to giving in to the heavy weight of loneliness and depression. From the instant their minds contact, Raven and Mikhail shape a connection. yet there are those that incorrectly view all Carpathians as vampires, and are made up our minds to provide their extinction a supporting hand.

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See, she forced laughter into her thoughts. I took care of the problem all by my little feminine self. Amazing, isn't it? From the other side of a grove of trees, out of her sight, Jacob suddenly screamed in terror, the sound fading to a thin wail. The roar of an enraged bear mingled with Jacob's second scream. Something heavy crashed through the underbrush in the opposite direction of Raven. She felt Mikhail's laughter, low, amused, very male. Very funny, Mikhail. Jacob was broadcasting fear, but not pain.

Raven made a sound, a soft sigh, closed her eyes. Her body was coming alive, every nerve ending screaming for his touch. She felt boneless, pliant, her body melting into the heat of his. She didn't want this. Tears burned in her throat, behind her eyes. She didn't want this, but she needed it. " She whispered the words against the heavy muscles of his chest. It was a plea for their future. Raven knew he would never hurt her physically, but their life could be very stormy together. He lifted his head, shifted so that his weight pinned her beneath him.

I could not sleep and knew she was alone without safeguards. " There was a plea for understanding, if not for forgiveness, yet Raven was unconvinced that Rand meant anything he said. She didn't know why because his sorrow was real. Perhaps he was desperate for Mikhail's respect and knew he would not get it. "Then I am in your debt," Mikhail said formally, working at controlling his loathing of a man who would leave unprotected a woman who had just given birth to his child to deliberately torment her with another woman's scent on him.

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