Shadow Flight - Christine Feehan

Shadow Flight

By Christine Feehan

  • Release Date: 2020-05-05
  • Genre: Paranormal Romance
Score: 4.5
From 553 Ratings


Chicago’s Ferraro crime family will do anything to protect one of their own in this thrilling entry in the Shadow Riders series from #1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan.

Nicoletta Gomez was a terrified teenager when Taviano Ferraro and his brother saved her life. Ever since, she’s been trying to rise above what was done to her, molding herself into a survivor under the protective eyes of the Ferraro family. All the while, she’s been falling hopelessly in love with the man who knows her darkest secrets.…

With one look, Taviano knew that Nicoletta was his, just as he felt their shadows connect. But no matter how much he wanted to claim her, he knew she needed time to become her own woman. When Nicoletta once again finds herself in the sights of dangerous men, a split-second decision has Taviano breaking all of the Ferraro family’s rules to keep her safe. And as far as he’s concerned, the reward is more than worth the risk.


  • Get Back to Romance

    By 76625471
    I’ve been a fan since Dark Prince. Sadly it appears that after the Fifty Shades success Feehan went from Romance to hard core sex. I find myself skipping several pages and sometimes chapters due to the repetitive sex scenes. I like the storylines and am hoping Feehan can go back to writing Romance novels.
  • Taviano and Nicoletta

    By Elle Jaye Jaye
    This entire series is amazingly sexy with plots that pull the reader in so you cannot stop reading. Taviano and Nicoletta are a great couple who fight hard to overcome sexual abuse trauma and build an enduring relationship for their happiness together. The Ferraro brothers are all dominant men but the women are strong, and Nicoletta is no exception. I can hardly wait for the next title in this series.
  • Amazing

    By Carlyycat
    Absolutely loved this book. I love this series and this author so much!
  • Shadow flight

    By flashg21230
    For me, maybe the most powerful book Christian has ever written.
  • Loved it!

    By Belinda035
    Great read
  • Unique series!

    By ~Mindy Lou~
    I've done my usual jumping into a series instead of starting with book one. I have done no research on this series because I do like to have honest reactions as uncover the details. I gotta say this is one storyline I don't think I have read before. It was different and unique in a way that made me really enjoy finding new discoveries. After finishing this book, I am pretty eager to go back to book one and see what unveiling I have missed in those books. This unique storyline is enough to peak my interest in the series, but what really pushed me to loving Shadow Flight was Taviano Ferraro. In the beginning he had this intense focus on Nicoletta Gomez that I love to see in a hero. I know there is more of a back story with these two after reading this and I'm excited to be able to go back and see their beginning even if they were only side characters in previous books. Taviano's devotion to Nicoletta is an addictive thing to read. I'm such a softy when it comes to heroes who clearly know who they want and will treat that woman like a treasure. Nicoletta has had a very horrible thing done to her in her past and the way he loves her, and focuses on her healing above his own desires was incredible. Nicoletta is also a character easy to really like. I don't know if I will feel the same with the version of her before her change, which is mentioned in this book. This is one thing I am glad is spoiled for me because I can tolerate bad behavior if I know it is also the catalyst to their change...well, most of the time. It really does depend on the bad behavior. In Nicoletta's case, I know enough that she didn't do anything unforgivable. Her devotion to Taviano was just as intense, and good, and positive. She was a heroine worth this hero. The hardest part about this book is the constant mention of the violence done to woman. That is something that is heavily mentioned and could be hard for some readers, myself included. What I do like is seeing these woman get their justice, to see these women heal at the hands of a loving male to show that there is good in the world. For me there has to be a balance like that and I do think the author accomplished this. Overall, I just really like many things about the main characters, side characters and the uniqueness of the story line that I will be pursing the rest of this series.