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Author: Christine Feehan
ISBN13: 978-0786245734
Title: Dark Guardian
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Thorndike Pr; Large Print edition (November 1, 2002)
Pages: 591

Dark Guardian by Christine Feehan

Home Christine Feehan Dark Guardian. Part of Dark series by Christine Feehan. Jaxon, Thirteen years old. The book was a mystery and well suited to the stormy night. Tree branches were scratching the window, and rain drummed heavily on the roof. The first time she heard the noise, Jaxon thought it was her imagination, just because the book was so scary. Then she stiffened, and her heart began to pound. He was doing it again.

Pages: 192. Series: Dark 9. File: PDF, 671 KB. Read online. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

Dark Guardian is the 9th book in the Dark series by Christine Feehan. This is Lucian Daratrazanoff and Jaxon Montgomery's book. Lucian is the older, darker one of the legendary twins, his people call him the Dark Angel. I also read, DARK LEGEND, the previous book in the Carpathian series, which is mainly about Gabriel. But Ms. Feehan devoted so much attention to Lucian that by the time I finished it, I couldn’t wait to read Lucian’s story in DARK GUARDIAN. He’s an ancient protector of his race who sacrificed the latter part of his existence to save his brother, Gabriel.

Dark Guardian (Dark is a Romance novel by Christine Feehan. He was the dark guardian of his people. So how, after centuries of a bleak, soulless existence had he, Lucian Daratrazanoff, suddenly come to crave petite, curvy, colorful lady cop Jaxon Montgomery, who foolishly made it her life's work to protect others from harm? Fiercely daring, Jaxx would sacrifice anything to shield others- particularly since a deadly menace dogged her every footstep, threatening all who got close to her.

Dark Guardian (2002). This book was cruising along at a 3 star because the heroine was so annoying and I was bored silly with her antics. She never admitted to feelings for Lucian until the last 5-10%.

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Summary: Dark Guardian focuses on a society of werewolves called Shifters, who have maintained a peaceful and secret existence for centuries. Wolford is home to a clandestine, normal-looking mansion, surrounded by a large gate with a keycard system.

Reviews: 7
Where does it say that a cop and a Carpathian can not come to an agreement? It takes communication and lots of patience but it can done. However; when your stalker comes calling you had better be prepared or things can and will go wrong.

After reading ???? and rereading this series over and over I always find myself thinking, why is cop ????‍♀️ scared of everything? Even with a stalker ???? she was more scared ???? of a human than a vampire ????‍♂️. Maybe it’s me? Lol. Anyway, I did enjoy reading ???? this book ???? and hope you will enjoy ???? it just as much.
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I so enjoyed Lucien & Jaxson's story. He was great, of course he was a dominant alpha, but so tender, loving and patient with her. And so romantic too, I mean decorating his home as per the images he had picked from her mind, and the ending he gave her was perfect. Jaxson (for the most part) was my kind of heroine: beautiful, strong, resourceful and very smart. I loved reading about how she adapted about now being Carpethian and using her new powers. And I was very grateful (that unlike the heroine in "Dark Secret", a book I recently read and hated) she was not in a perpetual lust frenzy, 24/for/7. Jaxso does experience desire for the hero, but with moderation and never in a demeaning sort of way. And most importantly to me, there is a lot of the hero's point of view throughout the book, what he is feeling, thinking etc. Yes, there are the inevitable graphic love scenes, but if you are like me, you can skip some of those pages, for the rest of the story is too fabulous to miss.

However, there were a few things I did not like. I did not say the book was perfect, but rather that I loved it. For starter we have a very tiny
heroine yet again. Secondly, I know in the animal world the male of the species, has the longer feathers, the nicer mane, but in the human world, I like for the woman's hair to be longer, or at least as long as the he. Trivial I know, but I am writing about my personal likes in my reading material. Also I love when the heroines are very in touch with their Amazonic side, but I rather they be femenine and elegant, instead of somewhat of tomboy as Jaxson is (althoughe she is femenine in her own sort of way). And finally what bothered me the most was the heroine's self image, though she was supposed to be beautiful she does not think she is . And worse she does not think she deserves him, because he is so gorgeous that he deserves someone (who unlike her) is tall, beautiful and elegant. That was a big turn off for me. Not the mental pictures I want. I gues one cannot have every fantasy fulfill in a book. Still all in all, this book was really wonderful.
This is my absolute FAVOURITE in the Carpathian series apart from Dark Slayer. While the forced relationships have put some of my friends off (the magical binding of psychic women to Carpathian men) I have really enjoyed the world.

Do yourself a favour though. Start at the beginning. I was gifted Book 19 by a friend and didn't realise until I went looking for more (and book 19 wasn't a favourite once I got into it).

Dark Guardian has everything - good guys, bad guys, really sad moments, really scary moments, really funny moments. A man who just takes charge and a tiny woman who challenges him and stands by his side in a fight.
These books pretty much follow the same plot. Boy needs girl, meets her, she fights then finally succumbs. All the time there are vampires trying to pull them apart and 9 times out of 10, one of the main characters has a "problem."
Even though the plot is predictable, the author tends to integrate the characters from other stories, which makes the stories more interesting than what it might be otherwise. There are currently 21 books in this series; I am wondering whether or not I'll be able to read all these. I may need to "take a break" and then continue later on.
I had only read one of the Dark Guardian series (Dark Desire) and kind of liked it--it was a good summer read. Since the reviews indicated that Feehan tended to use the same plot device over and over, I read the descriptions about the other books and bought Dark Guardian since it sounded interesting.

It was vaguely interesting although I found the part about her stepfather killing everyone she loves over the years a little far fetched. However Ms. Feehan was either unable or unwilling to develop the plot more fully so she added lots of sex scenes between the two leading characters. And I mean a lot. She writes in great detail about them making love, and then afterwards they have a short conversation and then go at it again. I started skimming through the sex about three-fourths of the way through the book. And how many times can he thrust his fingers into her hot sheath? Many times apparently---I wanted to scream: find another descriptive phrase!