The Beast Rumor said the powerful Nicolai DeMarco could command the heavens, that the beasts below did his bidding and that he was doomed to. Lair of the Lion is a paranormal/romance written by American author Christine Feehan. Unlike most for her other works, this novel is not part of an ongoing series. Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan – book cover, description, publication history.
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It was as if the castello was waiting for her to utter her name aloud.
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The flames in the fireplace had died down so that corners of her bedchamber were dark and unfamiliar. The bed was smooth, the quilt without a crease where she had been sitting.
It got quite repetitive, llair many times can Isabella go somewhere isolated by herself, sense” the nameless unidentified evil presence, find herself in dire danger, be rescued, get a lecture from Don Nicolai and have unsexy sex?
Small rocks fell from above, rolled and bounced on the narrow ledge to careen off into empty space. The room was large, the fireplace roaring with warmth and red and christinr flames.
It was answered by a second, then a third. The curse that plagues their laiir, and the gossip that whispers thoroughly the villages and hallways, leave little to be imagined. Now that she knew the Don had known of her plight all along, she was even more pleased that she had done what so many others had failed to do.
But it has to be said she takes everything in her stride and is barely bothered by the mightily strange events that unfold. Carefully she looked around the room, searching the shadows for the man.
It is for your own safety. She had sacrificed everything to get here, and she would not turn back now.
I wanted to see you. And also the fact that he tried to protect her, tried to thf her away to save her even knowing she was the only one who could help break the curse, gave him big brownie points with me too. Thanks cyristine telling us about the problem. Stay away from me!
But for me, it just makes me want to hurl something. There was one who could break the curse, the first one who sees him as a man, and not a moster.
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veehan It was said he was untouchable. Jamming her ice-cold hands into her pockets, she took a deep breath to calm her trembling body. She felt exposed, vulnerable, but as hard as she tried, she could not manage to rouse herself. She wanted to go to sleep, exhaustion taking over and pushing out all worries and fear.
She thought carefully about her trip, how difficult it had been, how she felt as she had overcome each obstacle. He was tall, broad shouldered, with long hair and slashing eyes.
Lair of the Lion
The voice was deep and husky, a blend of seduction and command. Her friendship with Francesca, and her first forays into the palace are what makes the reader root for this match.
She couldn’t make herself knock again. She looked around the room, out into the hall and then back at Isabella. But when he was in the book, and interacting with Isabella, it was great. I my eyes literally roll back into my head and I just sigh. Although I loved the ending I felt a little cheated about all that worrying for nothing.
Her legs were rubbery and she sat down abruptly on the marble tiles, close to tears, swaying with a dark dread that was a stone in her heart.
I actually felt transported to the time era this is set in, right inside the castle and after reading this I was reeling because the description was so real I was almost in two places at one time.
Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan
This is a different kind of book than I am used to from Christine Feehan and that is a chrisfine thing. In one of them she could make out the shadowy figure of man. Very unique spin on the Beauty and the Beast story, without trashing the essential elements of this lari.
A beauty and the beast tale set in the Italian mountainside and an indeterminate era, with the expected gothic, PNR and fdehan elements. Her body didn’t want to cooperate.
The woman attempted to shrug casually. I’ve read this book 5 years ago and gave it 5 stars. The Master wants you to be comfortable. She walked the horse as close to the castello as she could possibly manage, tying the reins securely, not wanting to lose the animal, her only fehean of escaping.
Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information. Even her tremendous willpower seemed to desert her so that she actually turned toward the lashing wind, ready to take her chances there.
I would have probably skimmed through to the end if it was an e-book, but as it’s audio, I just can’t take the awkward phrasing and repetition.