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DELL BOOKS BY KAREN MARIE MONING Beyond the Highland Mist To Tame a Highland Warrior The Highlander's Touch Kiss of the. Darkfever. This book has been optimized for viewing at a monitor setting of x pixels. Dell Books by Karen Marie Moning. In New York Times bestselling author Karen Marie Moning's stunning novel, the walls between human and Fae worlds have come crashing down. And as Mac.
His eyes glaze and I smile. I get that. I humor him. Makes noises. I let that old, cold sidhe-seer place in my head swallow me. We all feel it.
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Publication Details Publisher: Random House Publishing Group Imprint: Delacorte Press Publication Date: More about Karen Marie Moning. Dreamfever Embed. How did she stand it? How does he know who I am? Did Mac tell him about me? I hope she told him how awesome I am! I squeaked in front of him. Mice squeak. He takes up too much space. He yanked me from midair. I scramble back, half-freeze-frame speed. I get the feeling he lets me.
It chafes, bad. I look past him and nearly squeak again. Eight men fan in V formation behind him, packing weapons from head to toe, draped in ammo, toting what look like Uzis. Big men. They fix on me. I cringe.
They all move sleek and strange. Sidhe-seers are plastered up against the walls, trying not to draw attention to themselves. Nobody dead that I can see. I think the gunshots I heard were warnings, sprayed into the air.
Hope so. The energy rolling off these dudes is fierce. Watching this crew stalk down the hall of the abbey makes even me feel like peeling out of the way. One of the men has Ro banded by a forearm, knife at her throat. I should whiz in and save her. Soft from him is a surgical knife poised above your jugular. A cold, hard fact just got driven home for me with the doused torches and painted-over wards.
Even I have to sleep sometimes. What is he? Only two things I trust in these walls: I let that old, cold sidhe-seer place in my head swallow me. I become power, strength, speed, free! The sword is mine. She rolls over like she senses the heat of my body.
Clings to my leg. Rubs against me. Makes noises. I been doing a little research. Not one. And those were the cases of people turned by Seelie. Never been anyone turned by Unseelie, and Mac got the whammy from three of the most powerful!
She has to. We need her. A Fae sifts in! Wantneedsexdie blasts me. I jab my sword into its gut. It looks down. Thing is stunned, disbelieving. Unbearable perfection.
If just looking at it makes my eyes bleed, how did Mac survive three of them touching her? Doing things to her? I want to let it do anything it wants to me. I want to obey it. I want to call it Master. Death, Pestilence, Famine, or War? Dude, what a kill! Trying to take me with it. I hate it. I hate that it made me feel that now. Then Barrons is in the cell. The thing is so powerful, my sidhe seer senses pick up on it before it becomes corporeal.
I get that. It was more afraid of Barrons than of me and my sword. Way to go, Dani, the look says. His look takes me in, measures me up and down, and reflects me back at myself, and in the glittering black mirror of his gaze, I am one hell of a woman.
Barrons sees me. He really sees me! When he picks up Mac and turns away, I swallow a dreamy sigh. I am need.
I am pain. I am more than pain. I am agony. I am the other side of death denied the mercy of it. I am life that should never have been. Skin is all I am. Skin that is alive that hungers that aches that needs to be touched to endure. I roll and roll, but it is not enough. It makes the pain worse. My skin is on fire, flayed by a thousand red-hot blades.
I have been on the cold stone floor of this cell for as long as I can recall existing. I have never known anything but this cold stone floor. I am hollow. I am barren. I am empty. I do not know why I continue to be. But wait! In my stasis is there something? Is this change? I lift my head. There is other-than-empty near! I crawl to it, beg it to make my agony stop. The other-than-empty tries to put things in my mouth and make me chew. I roll my head away. Not what I want. Touch me here.
Touch me now! It does not. It goes away. Sometimes it returns and tries again. Time has no meaning. I drift. I am alone. I have always been alone. There has never been anything but cold and pain. I touch myself. I need. The other-than-empty comes and goes. Puts things in my mouth that smell and taste bad.
I spit them out. Those are not what I need. I drift in my stasis of pain. What is this? Change again? Am I to know something besides agony? I know this! He Who Made Me is here! My prince has come. I rejoice. An end to my suffering is at hand. Wait—what is other-than-empty doing?
My prince is … no, no, no! I scream. I hammer other-than-empty with my fists. The other-than-empty is hurting my master with a long shiny thing. He is ceasing to be! Take me with you, I beg! I cannot endure. I am pain! The other-than-empty kneels beside me. Touches my hair. My prince is gone. The other made him cease to be! I collapse. I am grief. I am despair. I am desolation. I am the cliffs of black ice from whence my masters come.
Another He Who Made Me has come? Am I to be saved after all? No, no, no! He is gone, too. Why am I being tortured? I have been forsaken. I am being punished and I do not know why. But wait … Something looms over me. It is dark and powerful. It is electric. It is lust. It is not one of my princes, but my body arches and steams. Yes, yes, yes, you are what I need! It touches me.
I am on fire! I weep with relief. It holds me to its body, crushes me to its skin. We sizzle. It speaks, but I do not understand its language. I am in a place beyond words. There is only skin and flesh and need. I am an animal.
I hunger without conscience, without qualm. And I have been given a gift to exceed all gifts—my masters must be pleased with me! Its language is gibberish to my ears, but the flesh recognizes its own. The creature that holds me now will do more than end my pain. It will fill all that is empty. It is an animal, too.
I am alive. I am so alive. I have never been more alive in my life. I sit, cross-legged, nude, in a tangle of silk sheets. Life is a sensual banquet and I am voracious. I glisten with sweat and satisfaction. But I need more. My lover is too far away. He is bringing me food. I do not know why he insists. I need nothing but his body, his electric touch, the primitive, intimate things he does to me.
His hands on me, his teeth and tongue, and most especially what hangs heavy between his legs. Sometimes I kiss it. Lick it. Then he glistens with sweat and hunger and strains beneath my mouth. I hold down his hips and. It makes me feel powerful and alive. I ignore it. He says many mystifying things. I ignore them all. I admire the preternatural grace of his body.
Dark, strong, he pads like a great beast, muscles rippling. Black and crimson symbols cover much of his skin. He is large. He fills me, sates me completely. Until he is no longer inside me and I am empty again. I push onto all fours and arch my rump invitingly. I know he cannot resist my ass. When he looks at it, he gets a funny look on his face. Savage, his mouth tightens, his eyes harden. Sometimes he looks away sharply. But he always looks back. Hard, fast, hungry like me. I believe he is divided in desire.
I do not understand that. Desire is. There is no judgment between animals. No right or wrong. Lust is. Pleasure is the way of beasts. He claims I knew it all along but had forgotten it. He says it took me weeks to regain it. He says they are a way of marking the passage of time. I have no care for such matters. He often speaks nonsense. I shut his mouth with mine.
Or with my breasts, or other parts. It works every time. He shoots me a look, and for a moment I think I have seen that look before. But I know I have not, because I could never have forgotten such a divine creature. I tire of him making me eat. I reach for him. I am strong. My body is sure. But this fine beast is stronger than me.
I want him there now. He knows no limits. Though I have drowsed, I have never seen him sleep. Though I demand incessantly, he is always able to please me. He is inexhaustible. Come here. He stares. He curses. And I do not like it. I pout. But it quickly curves into a smile.
I know a secret. For a beast of such power, his selfcontrol. I have learned this in our time together.
He cannot resist me. It bothers him. He is an odd animal. Lust is, I tell him, again and again. As the boundary between the worlds begins to crumble, Mac becomes a target. But her mission is clear: Find the Sinsar Dubh, an ancient book that contains the key to controlling mortals and Fae alike, before the enemy seizes it.
Bloodfever Fever 2 In her fight to stay alive, Mac must hunt the Sinsar Dubh—a book of the blackest magic imaginable. Pursued by assassins and surrounded by mysterious figures she knows she cannot trust, Mac finds herself torn between two powerful men: Dreamfever Fever 4 When the walls between Man and Fae come crashing down, Mac is caught in a lethal trap.
Captured by the Fae Lord Master, she is left with no memory of who or what she is: Clawing her way back from oblivion is only the first step Mac must take down a perilous path, from the battle-filled streets of Dublin into the realm of the Fae, where nothing is as it seems.
Shadowfever Fever 5 In an epic battle between humans and Fae, the Sinsar Dubh turns on Mac, and begins to mow a deadly path through those she loves. Who can she trust? But more important, who is Mac? Does an ancient prophecy reveal her destiny? The Fae are free and hunting us. Do what it takes to survive. Possessing rare talents and the all-powerful Sword of Light, Dani is more than equipped for the task. But now, amid the pandemonium, her greatest gifts have turned into serious liabilities.
Dodging bullets, fangs, and fists, Dani must strike treacherous bargains and make desperate alliances to save her beloved Dublin—before everything and everyone in it gets iced.
Power is another thing.