Gary Jansen had always been loyal to Carpathians, working for them, helping them in the war they have going on and putting his life on the line when needed. So, when he gets gravely injured it was natural for all of the older Carpathians to make a decision and convert him to a Carpathian post the name of the book here. Every Carpathian was sensitive to her nature and never questioned her further not knowing she was rebelling.
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Now after the serious injury Gary had gone through again recently , she decides to get married to Gary. Even though Gary has his doubts - not that he is in love with her, but the fact that once she had become a Carpathian, she could be a potential lifemate to another Carpathian who is waiting for her and he may not be the true mate for her. However, he complies and they set upon to the field of fertility to exchange their vows - and for Gary to quote the ritual words drilled down to him by the long dead warriors of Carpathians during his transition.
But when Gary takes Gabby into his arms in the field of fertility, everything goes wrong - first the bracelet that Jubal had given to Gabby for wedding glows red and hot trying to slice him to pieces, losing the ability of colors, his soul not binding to her and finally aging as a Carpathian ages who have had that many centuries of experience as the knowledge that was poured into him. Unable to take the rejection Gabby runs away from him while Gary is trying to comprehend what happened. Why has Gary lost his ability of colors?
Is Gabby not his true lifemate? Him becoming a true Carpathian changed his soul too? Will he lose his emotions also that fast and be close to being turned? And when Gabby realizes that Gary was sent away by The Prince - ofcourse to look into the situation further - she sets after him to find him and make him hers. She finds him with another Carpathian Andre Boroi and his lifemate Tegan Joanes, in deep discussion on how to move forward. But when she reaches upto him, she is wrenched back to the gates of the monastery and gets tied down by the plants around the gate while an ancient rises from the ground, breaking open the ground and faced Gary, claiming Gabby to him - as she belonged to this ancient, Aleksei.
What no one imagined was the impact of true love in a human soul on a carpathian soul once converted - as soon as the ritual words completed and Gabby's soul bound to Aleksei's, transformation in Gary was instant - he became the very male in Carpathian species who would have become after losing their lifemate even though Gabby was his true love when he was human, holding the darkness of all the ancients that had poured through him. Will Gary fight Aleksei for Gabby? Or let her go since they are true lifemates? Will Aleksei forgive Gabby for the betrayal he thought she was doing?
Will Gabby accept Aleksei? What is the fate of Gary now? Will the older Carpathians find a solution for this situation? As this drama is unfolding, another female is heading towards the very same mountains in order to save her grand-daughter. Trixie Joanes had bonded herself to a group of Vampire hunters and traveled to this part of the mountains in search of her grand-daughter Teagan Joanes.
She believed that Teagan was enthralled by a monster and was going to marry him for all wrong reasons. However after traveling with the troop, she understood that they were more cruel and filled with evil than she can imagine. Now she set off to seek out her granddaughter and save her not only from the one she was getting married but also from these killers.
Little does she know that she is landing straight into the arms of Fane - the gate keeper of the monastery - only to be claimed as his lifemate. At sixty she is baffled to feel all that she feels for Fane but she is but a babe in Carpathian age. Will she comes to terms with what she is becoming? Will she accept Fane and Andre and the rest of the Carpathian world? As these two stories unfold, Gabrielle, Teagan and Trixie use their abilities to heal the remaining seven ancients in the monastery to a certain extent so they can hold on for a little longer - long enough to find their mates.
Will this really help the ancients? Will they find their mates?
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What are those powers that these three amazing women hold that would change the path of the ancients? I cant wait to read about these ancients and their fates in future books by Christine Feehan. Where will this lead them to? How will their lives fare?
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Am curious to read about them in the future books. And finally the story of Gary that follows in parallel to all the three stories. I felt a lot of empathy for Gary - someone who had given all his life to save the Carpathian world is now pushed to the edge of darkness. What will his fate be?
Will he be strong enough to fight the darkness? Will he be strong enough to let go of Gabrielle? His piece really tugged at my heart of all the four in the plot. The plot has been complicated as always with all of the other books in the series.
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Christine Feehan has blended four stories into it keeping all the players key and not undermining any one story over the other. Firstly, what ticked me off the most was Gabrielle's character portrayal. She sounded more like an ex-psycho girlfriend rather than a matured scientist. And we went to San Francisco; there was the hippie kind of. What is going on here? We pull those hippies in the fucking backyard and just beat them up. There was wild stuff in those first few years, when I came to this country—all the way up to Watergate.
That experience informs his understanding of the present; he knows that on some level, America always exists in a state of irreconcilable tension. With Trump, he wants to be me. And the showmanship—he had great admiration for that. He asked me, How do you do that, with the movies? He drilled down to specific questions that fascinated him. It was about How do you sell something? Like, a scene. How do you go and act out a scene so that I get affected emotionally?
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The current chess score is to , not that Schwarzenegger is counting, or even particularly proud. I cannot take credit for that at all. A waiter brings in a little platter of cut-up pastries. Health, he points out, has many different connotations—economic, mental, spiritual, physical. Most of the time, it was other people that motivated me. Also on the set—you talk about the scene and notice stuff and kind of pump each other up and motivate each other. On the set of Terminator: Dark Fate, he forged that kind of relationship with Luna.
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We had a test screening. We showed it to 50 cops. They all applauded when I wiped out the police station—because it was not a human being doing it, it was the machine doing it. Only a competitive man would dwell on it. Schwarzenegger has started looking at his watch, but once I bring up politics I get his attention back.
As governor of California, he broke with Republican orthodoxy on LGBTQ issues, the decriminalization of marijuana, and environmental protection. He shrugs. He regrets calling for a special election in to push through four ballot initiatives, all of which California voters rejected, instead of waiting until and working things out with Democratic lawmakers. But when he talks about calling the special election, he ends up explaining what the governorship taught him about himself. I was still stuck as Arnold. Arnold always gets things done. I forced my way in there, then I do it and do it and do it and do it, until it gets done.
And I felt the same thing I can do with politics.
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You see how fast I threw him under the bus? I have one more question.