Dark Fire by Christine Feehan

Darius warned her when Tempest wanted to join his troupe. But she felt drawn to them. To him. She had unique gifts that were unlike other humans. He was a dangerous Carpathian, immortal and deadly. She drew him with her light, her courage and her gifts and she was lost in his dark eyes and darker passion. This family of Carpathians were unusual and that called attention to them attention that would turn deadly.

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