Dark Melody

Dark Melody

Book - 2003
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Searching for the woman he is destined to spend his life with, Dayan, the lead guitarist of the Dark Troubadors and a powerful Carpathian, finds his soulmate in the form of Corinne Wentworth, a beautiful mortal running from her past.
Publisher: New York : Leisure Books, 2003
Description: 374 p. ; 18 cm
ISBN: 9780749938512
9780843950496
0843950498
9780062021342
Branch Call Number: Feeh

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tigerlily_13
Jul 22, 2016

I found Dark Melody a little painful to read even though I enjoyed the romance between Dayan and Corinne. After all, poor Corinne barely had a chance...1st, a terminal heart condition; 2nd, her husband had been murdered; 3rd, she needed to have her baby...without harming her heart, further...and recover so Dayan can make her Carpathian...more trauma to her heart and body. Please ignore my Jan 30, 2016 comment. I...thought...I had added it...only...to Dark Magic, and I don't know how to remove it from my comment on Dark Melody.

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sfogs
Mar 11, 2015

Loved this story. That was too close for comfort with the little baby and Corrine's bad heart.

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foxylady31
Jun 17, 2012

I found this book to be one of the best of the series. It brought in the sensitivity and love of the entire family and yet still lets the predator side combine, It was nice to meet so much of the carpathian family circle in the same book... A keeper

nanina5394 Apr 01, 2012

Good book. It was nice to see into the lives of some of the other trabadors.

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Sarah1984
Nov 23, 2011

Not as good as some of her other books. It was really promising, really romantic, I loved the "eyes meeting across a crowded room" thing that she had in the first few chapters. But once the characters left the bar all the tension seemed to leave the book. Everything became about the baby the female character was carrying, her heart condition that made continuing to carry the baby so dangerous, and the best way to save both her and the baby. Then at the very end, after the baby was born, the tension from the beginning returned, but still, only in a smaller way.

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