This best-selling paranormal romance, Dark Ghost tells a romantic story of a wounded warrior and a woman on the run who find salvation, passion and unimaginable danger in the ghostly darkness of the Carpathian Mountains…
He wasn’t civilized or tame. He had his own code and he lived by it.
Monk. Bounty hunter. Vampire slayer. Andre Boroi has spent centuries battling the undead, holding out against the dark with honour. But now, gravely wounded by master vampire Costin Popescu, Andre will be easy to track - his spilled blood marking the killing trail for Popescu and his hungry band of underlings. Andre’s only chance is to disappear into the gray mist of the Carpathians. To wait. To hope.
She had a healing touch and a scent that was his lifeblood.
In the mountains in search of a precious crystal, geologist Teagan Joanes suddenly finds herself hunted by those she once trusted. Then she comes across the warrior - wounded, wanting and irresistible. Andre has been craving her for an eternity: his life-mate. Her warmth envelops him. Her scent pulsates. And with every beat of her heart, Teagan surrenders to a passion she can’t possibly comprehend.
Now they are bound by destiny, but is it enough to keep them safe from a stalking, relentless darkness that threatens to swallow them alive?
Dark Ghost is a rather intimate paranormal romance in which lifemates Andre and Teagan fight against their clash of wills while succumbing to their unrelenting passion.
Christine Feehan’s long-running Dark Saga (or Carpathian series) is still going just as strong today as it was over a decade ago. Somehow even in book twenty-eight, I find the details of the Carpathian ways intriguing. I think readers who are new to this series would be able to pick this up fairly easily as a standalone. Especially where we learned about the vampire slayer’s world while Teagan got to know Andre.
It’s an intimate story as most of it takes place with just Andre and Teagan in the caves. This was more of an exploration of their new relationship, so it was deeply personal and emotional. There were some fight scenes that were well done, as always, by Feehan. But what I loved was the way Andre’s devotion to Teagan was detailed in his thoughts and conversations. His transformation from having given up all hope of finding her to realising he was saved by his ‘miracle’ was so heart-warming and lovely to read. A mixture of a dark & sexy Carpathian with a smart & sassy human. Watching them go from the edge of darkness to the heights of true love - that made Dark Ghost simply a joy to read.