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Dark Desires

Autor: Eve Silver
Serie: Dark Gothic, Titel 1
Spieldauer: 9 Std. und 45 Min.
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Betrayed by those she trusted, penniless and alone, Darcie Finch is forced to accept a position no one else dares as assistant to dangerously attractive Dr. Damien Cole. Ignoring the whispered warnings and rumors he's a man to fear, she takes her position at his eerie estate, where she quickly discovers nothing is at it seems, least of all her handsome and brooding employer. As Darcie struggles with her fierce attraction to Damien, she must also deal with the blood, the disappearances...and the murders.   

With her options dwindling and time running out, Darcie must rely on her instincts as she confronts the man with whom she is falling in love. Is he an innocent and misunderstood man...or a remorseless killer who prowls the East End streets?   

Listen to all of Eve's historical romantic suspense series with a Gothic twist! Each audiobook is a stand-alone, and the series can be listened to in any order.   

  • Dark Desires
  • His Dark Kiss
  • Dark Prince
  • His Wicked Sins
  • Seduced by a Stranger
©2005; 2011 Eve Silver (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Trite and in need of an editor

The heroine Darcie, supposedly so very intelligent, is more painfully naive than Catherine Moorland from Northanger Abbey, always doing the wrong thing and coming to the obviously wrong conclusions. one seriously wonders how she has survived in Whitechapel even for five minutes. She is totally erratic in her thoughts and behaviours, almost starving and only just making it to wherever she is going in the first pages, only to, once there, think suddenly better of it and trying to flee, still starvinghalfdeaddrenched, to... nowhere, because she has nowhere else to go.
The author herself seems to forget constantly how little time has supposedly passed, so that wounds heal way too quickly, a horrible day is suddenly the best day ever.
Also, someone should mention to the author that synonyms are a thing. Darcie Finch constantly "fists" things, by which the author means bunching up fabric in her fist. i was ready to scream by the end when that word came AGAIN. as uninspired and repetitive a use of word as the trite action it describes.
Do not recommend.
The reader is good, though.