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THE AVON AFFAIR REVIEW by Dolly: Dark Nights (Carpathians, Dark Descent, #7 and Dark Dream, #11 ) by Christine Feehan (@FeehanBooks, @Fidget78 , @AvonBooks)

Avon Affair

THE AVON AFFAIR IS A 14-DAY AVON BOOKS REVIEW EVENT
ORGANIZED AND HOSTED BY CURRENT AND ALUMNI MEMBERS OF
THE AVON ADDICTS.

#1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan revisits and expands her classic novella Dark Descent, bringing to breathtaking new life her story of an immortal Carpathian hunter, a beautiful adventurer, and their dangerous journey toward an unforeseen destiny and an undying love.

In a cave of mystery and wonder deep in the Carpathian Mountains, bodyguard Joie Sanders encounters a most remarkable being. Proud, strong, immortal, he is called Traian–an ageless hunter locked in a life-and-death battle with enemy vampires–and he will be her salvation in a labyrinth protected by the ingenious traps of a mysterious ancient race. What awaits them in the darkness is not known, and each step could be their last–as their destined path leads them toward a fiery passion that will illuminate the perilous dark night.

Also includes the previously published Carpathian short story Dark Dream.

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It’s been awhile since I’ve read any novels in this series but these two stories (novella and a short) are some of my favorites.

I remember first reading Dark Descent, I wanted more of Joie and Traian right away.  I kept reading the series and still didn’t get it  I can’t remember when I stopped reading the series but at that point, I still hadn’t come upon more of their storyline.  Maybe readers who’ve read the entire series by MsFeehan could leave me a comment if the story was ever followed up.

I really enjoyed Josie and Traian’s story.  The world building and character portrayals were intriguing.  Everything was going along at a pretty good clip and then….the end.  It was quite abrupt and I was just sitting there, saying, “Really?”   I also thought I would get more of Jubal and Gabrielle’s story in the not too distant future.  That didn’t happen either.  Maybe I stopped reading the series before I reached them.

As you can tell, I was frustrated.  I loved the characters and wanted more, it wasn’t there.

The short story, Dark Dream, is more complete and compelling to me.  I enjoy Falcon and Sara together.  He is ready to meet his Prince and then “complete his life”.  Sara changes all that.  She’s known Falcon through his words since she was a very young girl.  She thought he was a dream.

If you’ve read or currently read the Carpathian Series, you will enjoy both stories.  Ms Feehan is an excellent writer and I enjoy her works in other series also.  I just got tired of the series for a while.  I know I will go back and reread them and enjoy them all over again.

Dark Descent Rating:  3.75 Stars

Dark Dream Rating:  4.0 Stars

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Dolly New

 

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