Lair of the Lion is a paranormal/romance written by American author Christine Feehan. Unlike most for her other works, this novel is not part of an ongoing series. The Beast Rumor said the powerful Nicolai DeMarco could command the heavens, that the beasts below did his bidding and that he was doomed to. Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan – book cover, description, publication history.

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No trivia or quizzes yet. The storm was full-fledged now, so that the howling wind was hurtling little pieces of ice that felt like spears even into the shelter of the long, covered entryway. Feb 13, Marisa rated it it was ok Shelves: She could just make out the pinpoints of light in the darkened room. The heroine was likable and heroic. Yep – NFW would I put up with that. You’re in for a treat let me tell you. Impoverished aristocrat Isabella Vernaducci would defy death itself to rescue her imprisoned brother.

And on that note, I’ll leave you to it She looked around the room, out into the hall and then back at Isabella. It got quite repetitive, how many times can Isabella go somewhere isolated by herself, sense” the nameless unidentified evil presence, find herself in dire danger, be rescued, get a lecture from Don Nicolai and have unsexy sex? It is said that there is a curse on the DeMarcos, that all marriages are doomed to fail, end in betrayal and murder.


Oh don’t get me wrongthis was not a bad read. Isabella is in desperate need to save her brother who has been captured and tortured, and goes to the only Don she knows that is powerful enough to help her. A man to avoid.

This is a Gothic tale of a man cursed and the woman he traps in his castle. Aug 24, Linda rated it did not like it Shelves: The characters were one dimensional.

The woman laughed again. Please do me the honor of allowing me to help you. Plus, can anyone tell me why although all the women in the male lead’s holding are supposed to be too afraid of him and the ‘beast’ within him to even look him in the eyes, left alone going anywhere near him; but somehow this ‘fearsome’ male lead still manages to know all the right things to do to pleasure a lady when he first ‘gets it on’ with the heroine?

Because of this, the overall style of the narrative is lacking, the characters are flat. January 31, Original Release Date: She had no choice. I’m thinking moldy, stinky, maggot cheese. Feehan kept me guessing who was behind the sabotage that was occuring.

The Master wants you to be comfortable. Every muscle clenched tightly. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. Isabella was so determined to save her brother.

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This story was utterly boring. Ljon dark legacy hanging over the people in Don De Marco’s holding. Isabella clamped down hard on her wayward imagination.

This was a cool new twist on the classic version of beauty and the beast. The bed was smooth, the quilt without a crease where she had been sitting.



Isabella just basically went along with thw dude told her to do, and he was surprisingly skilled considering no one has looked at him, much less touch him, since he feehann a child him being beasty and all. Better to have joy burning hot and bright, if only for a short time, than to die a long endless death. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

The one man who Isabella believes can help her is Don DeMarco but, most unfortunately, he is reputed to be a cursed man and is apparently feared by all. She was too tired and drained to do more than offer a murmur of appreciation for the beauty of the long row of stained glass windows and the carved furniture.

And we didn’t get if have a wedding, or children or an epilogue. Her horse crow-hopped, stiff-legged, each movement jarring her body so that even her teeth ached from the impact. She had dreams of a great lion relentlessly stalking her, padding after on her on great silent veehan while she ran down a maze of long, wide corridors. Want to Read saving…. Lair of the Lion is the first historical I’ve read by Christine Feehan. Isabella stepped across the threshold.