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Dark Possession (Carpathians (Dark), Bk 15)
Dark Possession Bk 15 - Carpathians Dark
Author: Christine Feehan
Manolito De La Cruz knew he was dangerously close to turning into a vampire. The last thing he expected after being called back to his Carpathian homeland by Prince Mikhail was to catch the scent of his destined lifemate in MaryAnn Delaney. MaryAnn is human, but she knows all too well the overwhelmingly aggressive instincts of Carpathian males. ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780425217092
ISBN-10: 0425217094
Publication Date: 8/28/2007
Pages: 368
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 256 ratings
Publisher: Berkley Hardcover
Book Type: Hardcover
Other Versions: Paperback, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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Helpful Score: 5
This is one of the better Carpathian novels by Ms. Feehan. At the end of Dark Celebration Manolito De La Cruz had been injured so badly that it took the great healer, Gregori, to pull his soul back from the dead. At the beginning of this book, part of Manolito's soul is still in the shadow world. His lifemate, MaryAnn is the only thing anchoring him to the real world. He is concerned that instead of her bringing him into the real world, he will drag her into the shadow world. The whole shadow world concept was interesting - kind of like purgatory. I liked it. I also liked how strong MaryAnn was even though she was completely out of her element in the Rain Forest (although the whole freaking out because she was wearing dumpy clothes thing was totally ridiculous!)
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Helpful Score: 4
I love reading about Christine Feehan's Carpathians. This is the 18th installment - the story of Mary Ann and Manolito. I love how both the male and female characters are strong in their own ways - Mary Ann is quite the pistol! This one seemed a little darker than the others, but kept me captivated with the story. I enjoyed having Vlad & Sarantha in this one, and it just wasn't a flash back to a point in history - they were actually in it and a part of the story.
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Another great carpathian novel by Feehan. Definitely worth the read.
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Learning about Manilito (little man), and his journey to make sure his lifemate Maryann, who is more then she appears, will consent to stay and help him heal. You learn more about the del la cruz brothers and about the Prince's family as well. It was nice to find this book after reading the "Dark Celebration" book.

MaryAnn maybe a girly girl, but she is just as stubborn as any other lifemate, plus she brings and added surprise that makes her even more of a handfull then anyother.

I can't wait to read about his brother's adverture next.
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With "Dark Possession," Feehan continues the storyline of the DeLaCruz brothers, this time focusing on Manuel (Manolito). Back in Brazil, after a near fatal attack, Manuel knows he has a lifemate but cannot remember what happened or where she might be. MaryAnn Delany, the counselor for battered women that we have seen in previous books, has agreed to accompany the DeLaCruz family to their home to try and help a brutalized young jaquar girl, but she is totally confused at her overwhelming grief over the near death of Manuel, a man she doesn't even know.

With this installment, we are back to the excitement and volatile love matches we have come to adore in this series. Both Manuel and MaryAnn are characters we can love easily. Of course, as a DeLaCruz and a Carpathian, Manuel exhibits an overabundance of obnoxious, chauvinistic behavior. MaryAnn is also the stereotypical strong woman who fights that dominance but here, there is a unique twist that draws a whole different storyline into play. It's fun and interesting to read about yet another great line of species being introduced, this time one we all know and love!

*For those not prone to steam, this one will require sections where skimming 3-5 pages at a time in advised.*
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christine feehan creates a world that makes sense for "otherworldly" lives
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Feehan draws you in from the first page. Loved it.

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Juliette and Riordan De La Cruz (Average Character)
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