Synopsis[edit | edit source]
There Could Be Only One
They came from the darkest places: secluded monasteries, the Carpathian mountains, galaxies under siege. They were men with the blackest pasts--warriors, vampire monks, leaders of armies-but whose passions burned like dying stars. They had one purpose: to find those women who fulfilled them, completed them, and made them rage with a fire both holy and profane. They sought soul mates whose touch consumed them with desire, yet whose kisses refreshed like the coolest rain. And each man knew that for him there was only one true love--and in finding her, he would find salvation.
Christine's Notes[edit | edit source]
Dark Descent tells the story of Joie Sanders, a bodyguard and Traian Trigovise, an ancient hunter, meeting after a battle in a deep cave filled with mystery and wonder. Set in the Carpathian Mountains, Joie, with her brother and sister go caving and come across the ancient warrior beset upon by several vampires. They have no choice but to throw their lot in with the hunter and do their best to escape with their lives from the underground labyrinth filled with ancient traps left behind by a powerful race.
I am pleased to say that I will be sharing this anthology with Susan Grant and Susan Squires, two innovative writers both of whom are unafraid of taking chances.
— Christine Feehan
Characters in Dark Descent[edit | edit source]
Robert (Dark Descent)
Senator Thomas Goodvine
Vikirnoff Von Shrieder