Dark Magic - Christine Feehan

Dark Magic

By Christine Feehan

  • Release Date: 2010-06-08
  • Genre: Paranormal
Score: 4.5
From 479 Ratings


Young Savannah Dubrinsky was a mistress of illusion, a world-famous magician capable of mesmerizing millions. But there was one-Gregori, the Dark One-who held her in terrifying thrall. Whose cold silver eyes and heated sensuality sent shivers of danger, of desire, down her slender spine.

With a dark magic all his own, Gregori-the implacable hunter, the legendary healer, the most powerful of Carpathian males-whispered in Savannah's mind that he was her destiny. That she had been born to save his immortal soul. And now, here in New Orleans, the hour had finally come to claim her. To make her completely his. In a ritual as old as time . . . and as inescapable as eternity.


  • Excitement and Intriguing

    By Haukea
    I loved the twists in this journey. The added depth of mixing the human relationship with the lifemate relationship is awesome. You can’t help but cheer on the new human.
  • Must read.

    By Emphonia
    Book 3 is my favorite, and this is my second. Love these characters. Love the sizzle. Excellent writer.
  • Really?!!?!!!

    By Margaretcrow
    Are you serious????You could get a paperback for this price at Barnes & Noble!!!!! No paper, no maintenance, just upload & the author wants these prices?! I love this series , but no thanks, greed leaves a bad taste in my mouth.
  • True Magic

    By FadedToLuv
    The "Dark One" Gregori is the star of this book of the Dark Series. Fans of the series will appreciate the depth of feeling that we get a glimpse of in the Bogeyman of the Carpathians when he finally claims his lifemate, Savannah Dubrinsky: daughter of the Prince. Reading this story, I fell in love with the characters all over again and found myself rooting for their happy ending. By far one of my favorite stories, Dark Magic will not disappoint.
  • Dark Magic

    By Cymmie
    One of the best books I've ever read. I you won't be disappointed By the deep feeling Christine Feehan has brought to these two caricatures. A must read!