Into the Flame (Darkness Chosen Series #4)

Into the Flame (Darkness Chosen Series #4)

by Christina Dodd

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Into the Flame (Darkness Chosen Series #4) by Christina Dodd

In this “devilishly clever, scintillatingly sexy paranormal series,”(Chicago Tribune) New York Times bestselling author Christina Dodd introduces the Wilder brothers—and the evil that’s haunted their family for centuries. Finally, here is the missing link that could redeem them... 

Brutally handsome cop Doug Black is determined to find the birth family who left him with nothing but a terrifying inheritance: the ability to change into a savage golden cougar. His search leads him to a woman as dauntless and exotic as her name. Firebird Wilder is bitterly familiar with supernatural gifts, and flees on discovering his secret, leaving Doug alone once more. But no one can escape a wild cougar on the hunt. When he finds her, they both must decide which is more powerful—the love that binds them together...or the secrets that threaten to tear them apart.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780451224668
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 08/05/2008
Series: Darkness Chosen Series , #4
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 150,292
Product dimensions: 4.20(w) x 6.70(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Christina Dodd is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels—from suspense to paranormal to historical—have been translated into twenty-five languages, won Romance Writers of America's prestigious Golden Heart and RITA Awards, and been called the year's best by Library Journal.

Read an Excerpt

Test your paranormal knowledge and take a quiz based on Christina Dodd's New York Times bestselling Darkness Chosen series!

  1. If you were going to make a deal with the devil, what would you want?
  2. A castle on the coast
  3. A trip to Scotland
  4. A nice set of razor-sharp knives
  5. Five minutes to yourself

If you answered mostly A's, you want a man like Jasha.
If you answered mostly B's, you want a man like Rurik.
If you answered mostly C's, you want a man like Adrik.
If you answered mostly D's, you want your typical guy who drinks beer, watches football, and scratches himself.
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Into the Flame (Darkness Chosen Series #4) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 106 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I can say I really enjoyed this book. Despite the fact that Doug and Firebird's relationship is not the focus of this book as much as the larger war against the Varinskis and the conclusion of the prophecy, I thought the action was paced to move quickly, and I ended up devouring this book. I thought Doug was a unique, interesting character (I'm pretty sure I've never seen a campus cop in romance before) and his motivations were sound. This book was different because we meet Doug after he and Firebird have been an item and broken up and their struggle is an issue of trust in that aftermath, and that is, again, a subplot. Dodd, however, gives us enough glimpses of their time together that their feelings and internal conflict are believable. I particularly liked Doug's stalking scenes (eerie), and seeing the prophecy played out. My only qualm was probably that I would have liked to see Doug apologize clearly for his dastardliness but I guess they were preoccupied with the life and death issues, lol. And after all, he did redeem himself by the end. All in all, it was a satisfying end to the story (that's what it was, more than a romance) and tied up all loose ends. Dodd did have more snappy, back and forth banter in this one, often with the women complaining of the men and vice versa, but I thought it was well done, clever and amusing, and it fit in well with the close-knit Wilder family we've come to know. A keeper on my fave shelf.
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Im a shecat wanting kits, but dont have a mate. Im black with silvery lepard spots that shine like stars in the moon light and have silvery blue eyes. Does anyone here not have a mate??? Do you have a mate Flamestar???~Starlepard~
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Where is my med cat den?
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"Hey love." She pads over to him.
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