by Christine Feehan
Love Spell, August, 2001.
Paperback, 390 pages.
Tempest had always known that she was different from other people. Her special ability to talk telepathically to animals has always set her apart, so she keeps her abilities secret. Skilled with cars, she answers a job ad for a mechanic to travel with a musical group headed by a popular singer. When Tempest goes for the interview, she meets Darius, the handsome and strangely compelling leader of the group. Darius and the rest of the troop are Carpathians, the immortal vampire hunters. Unattached, Darius immediately recognizes the beautiful Tempest as his life mate. But Tempest is frightened of the Darius' intensity, although she finds him irresistible. Darius knows that they are meant to be together, but Tempest isn't ready to give up her normal life to become the life mate of a Carpathian. Meanwhile, there is a group of human vampire hunters who are determined to murder everyone of the group, including Darius and Tempest.
Dark Fire tells the long-awaited story of Darius, one of the oldest and darkest Carpathians. Darius had to grow up on his own, and he is even more arrogant than most Carpathian males. Tempest is more than a match for him, and their scenes together are both funny and very sexy. If you haven't yet discovered Christine Feehan and her dark, sexy romances, by all means go track them down immediately.
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This review was published in the September, 2001 of The Internet Writing Journal.
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