In this captivating novel in the #1 New York Times bestselling series, a wounded warrior and a woman on the run find salvation, passion and unimaginable danger in the ghostly darkness of the Carpathian Mountains. Andre Boroi has spent centuries battling the undead, holding out. Dark Ghost (Carpathian Novel, A series) by Christine Feehan. Read online, or download in secure EPUB format. Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for Christine Feehan and her Carpathian novels “The queen of paranormal romance! The one who started it all! The erotic .

Christine Feehan Dark Ghost Ebook

Language:English, Dutch, Hindi
Country:United Kingdom
Genre:Business & Career
Published (Last):27.03.2016
ePub File Size:22.80 MB
PDF File Size:19.50 MB
Distribution:Free* [*Registration Required]
Uploaded by: HERTHA

Compre o livro Dark Ghost na confira as ofertas para livros em Dark Ghost (Dark Series Book 28) (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão . Christine Feehan is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the. Dark Ghost Ebook Download. By Christine Feehan. Release Date: ; Genre: Paranormal. Score: From Ratings. download the eBook Dark Ghost, 'Dark' Carpathian by Christine Feehan online from Australia's leading online eBook store. Download eBooks from Booktopia today.

Formatting may be different depending on your device and eBook type. He wasn't civilized or tame. He had his own code and he lived by it. Bounty hunter. Vampire slayer. Andre Boroi has spent centuries battling the undead, holding out against the dark with honor. 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. This book is definitely a slower pace with very little drama or vampire fights. It is mainly just the relationship between Teagan and Andre and takes place in his cave.

I would have liked to see some faces from the past but sadly there are none in this book. There are two new characters and I like and would like to see more of Fane and Grandma Trixie who sounds like she will be a lot of fun. Over all a great read. I can not wait til Gary Jansen's story. I have waited and waited and it will be here in March. I think I will do a reread of the whole series when it gets closer to Gary's book release date.

View all 43 comments. I always wait in tenterhooks for her latest offering and I was so excited when Dark Ghost, the 28th book in the series finally arrived!!!! Talk about mixed feelings…. But sadly……Dark Ghost did not pull at my heartstrings…. Apart from Andre finding his true lifemate in Teagan and teaching her how to fly and shift into an owl which were the scenes I liked the most!!! And I felt that there were so many sex scenes There are just a couple of times I can read I liked that Andre is portrayed as a kind and not the usual domineering vampire…allright, he does something to Teagan that I thought was a bit so not on…but still, his adoration and love for her is kind of sweet.

Now Teagan…. I kept thinking how immature she was …. But I adored her family storytelling…. Hell, I want to meet Granny Trixie!!!!!

What intrigued me the most was the monastery and the monks…and Fane…wow, are we going to get more about him in the future???? I just wish we had a bit more about the monastery…but no such luck this time!!! And I so missed not seeing any of my loved characters in this series!!! I cannot accept this series to end…there is so much more I want to find out about this incredible world that Christine Feehan has created.

View all 31 comments. Dec 09, Jen rated it liked it Shelves: I have always loved the Carpathian series, and the men make me melt every single time!! I had two complaints with this instalment One was that it seemed quite slower moving, as well as there was a lot of repetition. The second was the ending was awful! It cut right off and left the Gramma situation unresolved!

Even with my complaints, I still enjoyed th I have always loved the Carpathian series, and the men make me melt every single time!! As long as Christine Feehan keeps writing this series; I will keep reading it!!! View all 17 comments. Nov 06, Ginger rated it it was ok. I hate to say it but this is the third Feehan book in a row that has just utterly disappointed me. Where the hell is the plot? The sex scenes were definitely better this time around but I can't even say that blew my mind.

Where was the character development? Yes, she's "quirky" and obnoxiously self conscious.

Yes, he has honor and is centuries old. We get it. I just didn't feel the connection to the characters and I wanted to! Andre has always been so intriguing to me a I hate to say it but this is the third Feehan book in a row that has just utterly disappointed me. Andre has always been so intriguing to me and I had high hopes to mark him as one of my favorites but I have no clue who he is beyond a hunter who had a terrible childhood.

I feel as if this was just a filler book to help pass the time until the release of Gary's book considering setting up meeting Teagan's grams is the only thing Dark Ghost accomplished. Extremely unfortunate considering how intriguing Andre's character is. Overall, a big let down. View all 6 comments. Jul 08, Marta Cox rated it really liked it Shelves: Welcome back to the Carpathian Mountains and what is the twenty eighth story in this series.

This book does work as a standalone but it's a series that keeps building and indeed there is a character mentioned whose story will resonate with regular readers. Andre Boroi no longer feels emotion or sees in colour and is hanging on to life by a thread. Considered to be a ghost his only wish now is to defeat the deadly master vampire Costin Popescu but as the story begins Andre is gravely injured and n Welcome back to the Carpathian Mountains and what is the twenty eighth story in this series.

Considered to be a ghost his only wish now is to defeat the deadly master vampire Costin Popescu but as the story begins Andre is gravely injured and needs the healing sleep that ancients rely on. Teagan Joanes mistakenly put her trust in someone who is obsessed by her and barely escaped with her life.

Lost, alone and trapped up a mountain she finds herself drawn to a cave but what she finds there is anything but ordinary! Deep within the mountain is a man who appears to be dying but this is no ordinary man and Teagan is about to be drawn into a world where blood means everything!

First I have to say that I liked the fact that Andre wasn't the usual arrogant alpha male that this author often gives us. Yes he is uber protective but from the start his intentions towards Teagan are to bring her into his world as gently as he can. After all finding his life mate is something he had given up on but Teagan is a woman like no other he has met. Plus Andre has a truly sad backstory that explained so much about his attitude.

Teagan is young and although intelligent doubts her own charms. She's a geologist with a penchant for climbing and a knack for finding gems which she describes as her tuning fork. She also seems to suffer from verbal diarrhoea with an internal monologue that totally both bewilders and entrances Andre! Teagan is not used to being dismissed and has difficulty with Andres high handed ness but then again having been alive for centuries it would be almost impossible for this dominant Carpathian male not to take charge.

Theirs is a loving sensual romance but it's not without it's turbulence! I'm loathe to say too much obviously but an awful lot of this book takes place in a cave which seemed a little odd. Yes it has a hot spring don't they all? The scenes when Teagan is climbing are very descriptive and clearly the author has done her homework which added a fresh element to the story.

If honest the constant descriptions of the couples hair skin etc felt a tad extreme but this author does know how to write intense hot sex.

I would have liked this book to have been about Gary and indeed he is mentioned here but not seen. We meet a new character at the end who I hope Ms Feehan reprises as she seldom revisits past characters.

As for the end well for this reader it seemed quite abrupt and I turned the page looking for more but I guess when you are done you are done! I was gifted a copy in exchange for an honest review View all 4 comments. May 18, CC rated it it was ok Shelves: Her inner voice made me want to shoot her or me to end the agony! I liked Andre but he could not save this book from Teagan's relentless wishy washy machinations.

I was bored - a lot. And annoyed - a whole lot! View all 8 comments. I enjoyed this one. Andre was a total sweetheart and he was really cute with Teagan. Teagan was a little annoying, but she was a good partner to Andre. I would love books about Fane and the other guys in the monastery! View 2 comments.

May 08, Elfina Renee rated it it was ok Shelves: Teagan is a modern day woman from our time period, but she's afraid of everything. She's use to thinking for herself, being independent, maybe irrational at time but that's quirks of her personality.

So when she happens upon Andre her world changes. He becomes dictator and she a puppet on his strings, he makes life altering decisions and ultimately raping her humanity. If the continuing trend of the series is going to be of weak minded, pathetic heroines, then I won't be finishing it out.

Dark Ghost

So tha Teagan is a modern day woman from our time period, but she's afraid of everything. So that's why I gave Dark Ghost two stars. Oct 17, Lover of Romance rated it really liked it Shelves: May Contain Spoilers. Summary Andre Boroi is a carpathian, a bounty hunter and hunts the undead. Teagan Joanes, is a geologist and when her grandmother goes crazy talking about vampires and killing May Contain Spoilers.

She knows that they need to find a way to heal her mentally. There is a secret stone hidden in the carpathian mountains and so Teagan goes in search for it.

But her partner, and friend for years, turns on her attacks and attempts to rape her and she barely escapes leaving her attacker unconcious. She follows a trail up to some caves and comes across a passageway where she discovers a lethal man that looks at her with kind eyes but is a predator undeneath. She discovers a new world of creatures and passion but will Teagan have the courage to embrace the Carpathian side of life? The Hero Andre Boroi, is one of the oldest of their kind and has lasted all these years without turning and hunting vampires.

A family that accepted him and loved him in a way his true parents never did. But on the eve of the night his parents gave up their lives together, his real family were murdered by his uncle who turned into a vampire and he was helpless to stop it no matter how hard he fought it. That one fateful night changed him forever. And ever since he kept their name as his name to honor them and only his lifemate would know of the truth behind it. What I loved about Andre was how genuine and real he is as the hero.

I love how sweet and tender he treats his lifemate…. He makes mistakes with Teagan but he never deceives her and I like how up front he is. The Heroine Teagan Joanes, is from the states. She is close to her family, her grandmother and her sisters. Teagan will do anything for her family even travel half way across the world to search for a stone that can help in the healing of her grandmother.

Vampires, crosses and holy water, Teagan knows her grandmother is bat shit crazy and must save her. Teagan has never had a sexual interest in men or women, she believes there is something wrong with her. I felt that her vulnerabilites made her seem more human and real to the reader.

She suffers from insecurities and personal challenges that we all do and her character just seemed so much more real to me. I keep loving this series, and even though sometimes each book seems a bit similar, I love seeing more of the Carpathians.

Dark Ghost is probably one of the most emotional of installments that Feehan has done with this series which really surprised me. Rarely do her books bring me to tears, but this one really did. Dark Ghost sets off with seeing each world that Teagan and Andre live in before they even meet each other. There is a sense of danger and mystery at the beginning and really sets the story with a good pace. The story does drag a bit in the middle while Andre and Teagan get to know each other, but then it picks up speed again.

What was really heartwrenching is see what happens to the adopted family of Andre. It just about broke my heart to see what happens to them. But we see that Andre is older than we think, since the Carpathian that saved him was the father of the Daratrazanoff brothers. We have two villains in this story. Then we have the master vampire and his minions. They both really build up the danger in the plot and I love seeing some great suspense and seeing Andre and Teagan work together to destroy their enemies.

That was another wonderful concept of this story. That even though Andre is very protective of Teagan, he does let her aid him in certain ways. So I am super excited since Gary has always been one of my favorite secondary characters since reading Dark Magic. We do get a mystery in what has been happening to the grandmother, so I am looking forward to seeing more.

What was most fun was the romance between Teagan and Andre. It does have some mountains they have to get through, and some misunderstandings occur. But what was most wonderful about these two was the sweet love story and how tender their relationship builds. I love seeing how they balance out their different personalities and eventually find a way to work in harmony.

The Cover This is one of my favorite covers of the series!! I love his dark cape, and boy look at those abs—-so gorgeous. I really like the dark mist background. Overall View Dark Ghost is a sensational pararnormal romance that will have you at the edge of your seat with adventure, mystery, danger and passion!!

I'll be making a trip to the library for this one! Dark Ghost is a great addition to the Dark Series.

Related Articles

Which makes me wonder why so many 1 and 2 star review. Maybe it not the story at all but who Teagan Joanes is. I like that Christine realizes all people and religions in her storylines. She has a huge fan base with all kinds of people and it is brave of her to incorporate all races and religion in her storyline.

Bravo Christine Feehan!! Now to the Story I have always wonder why Andrea was referred to as the Ghost, well you find out in DG, fans get know his entire backstory which was sad but interesting. I loved the fact that Teagan his lifemate was intelligent and resilient. I didn't get any sense of her being a whiner as another reviewer said. The story was at a steady pace well developed character for Teagan and Andrea. Andrea is still in the Carpathian Mountains hunting a master vampire before he joins his childhood friends Matais, Logos and Tomas in the State.

You read what they are doing in Dark Crime the novella. After being badly injured fighting with master vampires and lesser ones Teagan goes to rest an recover from in one of the caves high in the Carpathian mountains.

Teagan is in search of a gem or crystal to heal her Grandmother Trixie Joanes Trixie and the author Christine have a fairly long history chatting over Gary Jensen. This is has been going on for years inside Christine Community website. So she wrote Trixie nickname into this storyline. Which is hilarious for old timer on the CF community. Even if you don't know who Trixie is this is a great character in Dark Ghost.

I the story had less battle action scenes but the book is also much shorter then most of CF's Dark series books. The romance was sensual and as usual for Christine a bit erotic.

Was it more then usual for the author no. Anyone who know and have followed Christine Feehan knows she is know for her long sex scenes and many sex scenes. Dark Ghost was mild compared to some of her books.

There again I think that most of the complaints are about who Teagan is then about the authors style of writing. I hope to find out more about the monastery in future Dark series books.

Jul 27, Dee rated it did not like it Shelves: I don't often abandon a book, especially one written by a favourite top ten author but I was so bored with it and was finding it a chore There's a little bit of drama with a master vampire and some human sexual sadists who are after the heroine Feehan loves to write sexual sadists into her books , but mostly it's just the two of them in a cave.

The hero and heroine were likeable. I did think it was pretty messed up for the hero to be doing secret blood exchanges with the heroine rather than telling he 2. I did think it was pretty messed up for the hero to be doing secret blood exchanges with the heroine rather than telling her. I guess he thought it was 'easing her into his world' but she thought she was losing her mind when she was suddenly sensitive to sunlight and able to see in the dark.

I guess that accounted for her flippy-floppy behavior. This is one of my first series that I started my Paranormal Romance love with.

But I have to say that this one was not one of the most original ones and I tend to miss the old style. Andre wasn't all that attractive. Missed why she would have chosen him and the words like "Silk and velvet" was overused as a description for his voice.

Think somehow Christine forgot how her characters look like?! The most notable part for me was that the ending didn't feel like an ending. I thought i had another 30 pages to go but they where two appendix?! Very disappointing.

download for others

Why not end the book like a real ending give the reader some closure. Apr 19, TJ rated it really liked it Shelves: I've noticed in my binge reading of this series that Ms.

Feehan seems to write two or three high action stories, then slows it down just a bit and throws a slower burn, relationship focused book in before jumping back into the action.

I actually really like that. This is one of the slower, relationship stories. It spends most of the book focussing on Andre and Teagan and showing how their feelings grow and develop.

Add in sporadic action scenes to notch it up a bit and you have a truly wonderful I've noticed in my binge reading of this series that Ms. Add in sporadic action scenes to notch it up a bit and you have a truly wonderful Carpathian love story. I was really looking forward to meeting Grandma Trixie! She was such a big part of this storyline that the book felt incomplete without allowing us to enjoy Andre meeting up with her. Aug 08, Cocktails and Books rated it really liked it.

This review was originally posted on Cocktails and Books This, the 28th book in the Dark Saga series is everything we should expect from Christine Feehan. Normally once you've reached this far in a series it would help to have read at least a couple of the previous books in the series so as to be familiar with the characters and general story line.

I don't feel this is the case here. What the reader does not glean from Andre's actions and inner monologue in the first couple chapters, they get when he describes what his life is like and what it entails to Tegan. This being said, someone completely unfamiliar with the series should be able to follow along easily. Mostly she wanted him. Wanted to be his. Having barely survived a physical attack and near rape Tegan has run blindly into the mountains.

Unsure of exactly where she is, but following her inner music, in search of something specific, she instead stumbles upon a mysterious cave. The cave however is already inhabited. Luckily the inhabited is not of the four-legged and furry kind. The last thing she expected was to find a gorgeous, but dead, man. The chemistry between Tegan and Andre was instantaneous.

Even thinking he was dead, Tegan felt drawn to him. She felt an overwhelming sorrow at the mere thought that she may have been too late to save him. Having already decided to walk in to the sunlight after destroying the master vampire he has been hunting, the last thing Andre expected to find when he awakens from his healing sleep is his lifemate trying to revive him.

He had searched for her for centuries to no avail and here she was, somehow having walked into his cave, through some very strong protective wards. The biggest challenge for a centuries old Carpathian and a modern day woman is obvious. He's determined to order her around for her own good and tell her what to do and she is determined to not follow anyone else's orders and make her own decisions. However, seeing as how she had been stumbling through the mountains all night after being beaten and almost raped by someone she trusted and considered a friend, maybe her judge of character isn't exactly the best.

It was a sweet and enjoyable read. Fans of Feehan or the Carpathians will greatly enjoy this. Tegan is innocent and sweet and Andre is absolutely gorgeous and so sweet.

Definitely a must read for Feehan fans. Reviewer information can be found under the Tags section of the post on our site. View all 3 comments. Oct 02, Kaye rated it it was ok. Let me start off that I'm a Christine Feehan fan. I'm always rushing to get my hands on the latest book. However, I was really disappointed this time. So, what was it that I didn't like about this one? First off, the setting was limiting. Most of the story took place within a cave. There was little interaction with other characters.

Those two factors alone wouldn't be enough to turn me against the story. My biggest disappointment was that the story didn't feel like it ever came to a real conclusi Let me start off that I'm a Christine Feehan fan. My biggest disappointment was that the story didn't feel like it ever came to a real conclusion. I actually flipped thru the pages when I finished to make sure I didn't skip something.

The next thing that just didn't sit well with me was the fact that our female lead was said to be super smart but she seemed silly and naive a good deal of the time. The story told us she majored in geology. It never said if she worked in the field or not. How was she able to travel all over the world without having a job to pay for it. We'd been told that her family didn't have much money. Someone turns you into a non-human and you are crazy mad; but wait, he kisses you and magically you are now okay with it.

You constantly talk about how you are a modern woman and don't take orders and "obey" a man. Yet, once again and again, and again You leave the cave just three times and fight off vampires each time.

You have no real interaction with the real world but now you are in love and will be together forever. You even have moments where you fear he is a bad person. Until, yep you guessed it, he kisses you and now you know he loves you and all is well in the world once again.I felt a connection to the characters and part of the story. Welcome back. Teagan is young and her age shows sometimes This is another Carpathian novel.

All of her series have hit the 1 spot on the New York Times bestselling list as well. Wonderful book, great series. In the mountains in search of a precious crystal, geologist Teagan Joanes suddenly finds herself hunted by those she once trusted.

HERMAN from Hesperia
I do love reading novels closely . See my other posts. I'm keen on oina.