Lair of the Lion is a paranormal/romance written by American author Christine Feehan. Unlike most for her other works, this novel is not part of an ongoing series. The Beast Rumor said the powerful Nicolai DeMarco could command the heavens, that the beasts below did his bidding and that he was doomed to. Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan – book cover, description, publication history.

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I adore this book. You’ve successfully reported this review. The scream was cut off abruptly, but now there was a terrible din. Sounds penetrated her strange dreams.

Lair of the Lion by Christine Feehan

Everyone is dying to know how you did it. She wanted to go to sleep, exhaustion taking over and pushing out all worries and fear. I will see you. The roars she had heard were not wolves, but whatever made the noise sounded dreadful, feehaan and doubtless had very sharp teeth.

The strange roars began again so that the castello seemed to reverberate with the hideous sounds. Whatever it was recognized her just as surely as she recognized it. If blew fiercely, viciously, directing itself toward her. She would not panic, she would not run away.


It was a cloud, gray and somber and edged with malice. I am fascinated by the written word and I love storytellers. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

The bed was smooth, the quilt without a crease where she had been sitting. I have to leave immediately,” Isabella explained in her most authoritative voice.

Aug 09, BleuBelle rated it it was ok Shelves: Whether he was chhristine or a nightmare. Well none of that ever happened. Alarm triggered her heart so that it thudded wildly. They’re just how I imagine them to look like, so I hope it helps you guys if you are visualising anyone when reading: I’ll keep this one and add it to the collection.

The fire is burning in your room, there is a warm bath being prepared and the cook is sending food for you. It was a fortress, nothing less. The structure was several stories high, thw long battlements, high rounded turrets, and great towers that rose up all over the holding. From the very first sentence I was captivated by her amazing style of writing.

This could have very easily been a short story, about halfway through I What a waste! Lair of the Lion is the story of beautiful aristocrat Isabella, and the tormented cursed Nicolai. For what it’s worth, I really gave it a try. I got sucked into the story immediately. I actually felt transported to the time era this is set in, right inside the castle and after reading this I was reeling because the description was so real I was almost in two places at one time.


There was unexpected heat in his fingertips, tiny flames that seemed to ignite her blood so that her entire body felt hot and achy and unfamiliar.

Books by Christine Feehan. I love this book very much and highly recommend it!

There was one who could break the curse, the first one who sees him as a man, and not a moster. She couldn’t see his face, but his hands were large and enormously strong when he caught her up in lir arms. The one man who Isabella believes can help her is Don DeMarco but, most unfortunately, he is reputed to be a cursed man and is apparently feared by all. She had no idea which was the illusion.