Read Dark Peril Dark Peril Dark 21 Dominic of the Dragonseeker lineage, one of the most powerful lines the Carpathian people has, ingests vampire blood laces with parasites in order to be able to go the very heart of the enemy camp and learn their plans. It is a one way mission. He knows he has little time once the parasites and the blood go to work. He plans to get in fast, relay the information to the leader of the Carpathians living in the area and go out fighting -- an honorable way to end his life. Solange Sangria is one of the last of the jaguar people, a royal pureblood. Her people, once many are now nearly extinct, a dying species that cannot recover from the choices they made over hundreds of years.
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No matter how hard Ive tried, I cant find the words to express my love for Dominic, who I never imagined could touch me this deeply, and Solange, a Jaguar shifter, who I never thought Id be able to like, let alone, adore. I found this story to be very refreshing, in that Dominic was so patient, and not borderline insane with the need to turn Solange fully Carpathian I mean, 4.
I found this story to be very refreshing, in that Dominic was so patient, and not borderline insane with the need to turn Solange fully Carpathian… I mean, he was and yet, he also loved her for who she was and worried about how much of herself she might lose during the transition.
That is not the case with this book. I had completely forgotten about Solange from the previous books, but the references to her past were just enough to help me remember the sad, angry, mistrusting soul that this beautiful female had become. Both the hero and heroine are truly just that — heroes and heroines.
They complement one another with their strengths and weaknesses, making them great couples, with truly believable and wonderful happily ever afters. Carpathians saw what was inside. The body was simply a shell. Perhaps because they could shift into any form they chose, the outside mattered little to them. Solange was exactly the woman for him, with her fierce loyalty, her unfailing courage and her natural sensuality.
The Carpathian Mountains will always be my homeland, but my home is a woman. Solange Sangria. You are home to me. Your mind. Your heart and soul. It matters little to me where we are. As I said before, I love the way she writes. The dialog, which I hear so many people complain about, is truly in keeping with these ancient males who were born and raised in the Old Country.