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Sep 02 2014

Dark Wolf by Christine Feehan

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Piatkus, 2014. ISBN 9780349401911.
(Age: Adult) This paranormal romance, one of many by Christine Feehan set in the world of the Carpathians and Lycans, with rogue vampires, werewolves and humans with special powers, is a stand-alone story but fits in easily with the twenty or more other Dark series.
It is competently written, fast paced, up-market Mills and Boon, and written for an adult audience. While being a fine example of escapist literature, because the romance dips into some descriptively explicit lovemaking, it is not one for a school library.
Anne Veitch

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