"Dark Sentinel" drew me in and didn't let me go until the very last page. Andor is a strong force to be reckoned with. I can’t even imagine what he’s been through or how long he’s been living. Like all Carpathians, he is honorable and fierce. Yet, he has his own demons to deal with and is living life fully for the first time in years.
Lorraine is fierce in her own right and is truly worthy of being a mate to Andor. She is also facing her own demons and dealing with a decision that will affect her life forever. I love her fight and spirit and I most definitely enjoy the fact that she thinks the females should have training. All the men are so ancient and barbaric it’s like dealing with cavemen. They forget that they are moving into the future and that times have changed. I love that she’s not afraid to stand up to them and tell them what they refuse to see or acknowledge.
Every time I step into Christine Feehan's Dark / Carpathian world it brings about new adventures and horrors they go against. Christine Feehan always takes me into a world where I fall in love with each character and want to know more about them. I can’t wait to read what happens next in this paranormal romance series.
In an explosive novel from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan, a human woman ignites the desire of her Carpathian lifemate--and of an ancient vampire with a score to settle.
After the devastating loss of her entire family, Lorraine Peters heads to the woods searching for peace of mind and anything to quell the anger in her soul. Instead, she stumbles upon a scene of horrific violence, as one man lies helpless in the face of three attackers.
Andor Katona's existence has been a harsh one, living for centuries as a monk in the Carpathian Mountains. Unable to find his lifemate, he almost welcomes his release from a colorless and unfeeling world at the hands of the vampire hunters who have mistaken him for their prey. That is, until a whirling ball of fury bursts onto the scene, determined to save him.
In one glimpse, in one breath, Andor recognizes Lorraine as his lifemate, but it will take more than their telepathic connection to convince her of their immortal bond. Lorraine is a lethal combination of cunning and courage. So much so that she captures the attention of a master vampire, one who has already lost what was once irreplaceable to him. One who will strike with deadly precision at Andor and his ancient Carpathian comrades in a war to end all wars. . .