Dark Nights

Written by:
Christine Feehan
Narrated by:
Jennifer Bradshaw

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
October 2012
15 hours 27 minutes
''The Queen of paranormal romance.''
—USA Today

#1 New York Times bestselling author Christine Feehan revisits and expands her classic novella Dark Descent, bringing to breathtaking new life her story of an immortal Carpathian hunter, a beautiful adventurer, and their dangerous journey toward an unforeseen destiny and an undying love.

In a cave of mystery and wonder deep in the Carpathian Mountains, bodyguard Joie Sanders encounters a most remarkable being. Proud, strong, immortal, he is called Traian—an ageless hunter locked in a life-and-death battle with enemy vampires—and he will be her salvation in a labyrinth protected by the ingenious traps of a mysterious ancient race. What awaits them in the darkness is not known, and each step could be their last—as their destined path leads them toward a fiery passion that will illuminate the perilous dark night.

Dark Nights is a special gift to her many loyal fans: a newly expanded and reimagined version of her classic novella, Dark Descent—100 pages longer than the original—combined with her breathtaking and unforgettable short story, Dark Dream.
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tina tuttle

Aaaaaa. This was a pleasure to listen to. I loved the story and was thrilled at the extended version. However, I was disappointed at the narration. While Ms Bradshaw has a pleasant voice, the curious mispronunciations of common words was distracting. Traian's accent was overdone and the bizarre drawing out of his words was irritating and distracting. Would he have such a heavy slow dracuula (Romanian) accent after spending so much time in India, Sri Lanka and other countries for centuries and an Italian upbringing? I confess I thought Traian was the italian version of Trajan and pronounced "Try'-yan" so I was confused by the line early on about his name being like Train (choo choo). However, Bradshaw's portrayal of Jubal was excellent and had me thinking about Jubal in other books. I've read nearly every book of Feehan and would have to rank Joy and Traian's story up in the top 5. Fun Premise, great adventure, strong female, awesome appreciative "medieval" guy, interesting supporting cast and of course, key hints and clues in the cave to the long unfolding story. Thanks Ms Feehan!

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