Hidden Currents. Christine Feehan. Buy This But as much as I loved Jackson, Hidden Currents is primarily the story of a survivor. Gratsos. Hidden Currents (Sea Haven / Drake Sisters, book 7) by Christine Feehan – book cover, description, publication history. Hidden Currents (Drake Sisters, Book 7) [Christine Feehan] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. In her Drake Sisters novels, #1 New York.

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She allowed only the truth of her statement in her mind where he might catch her thoughts. Piercing eyes filled with shadows. Only one man can find her.

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Another aspect I loved was the humor. Elle spread her arms wide, taking in the yacht and the shimmering sea. She’s known for years that Jackson Deveau is her soulmate, but he resisted at every turn, thinking he wasn’t good enough to carry on the legacy, but loving Elle nonetheless.

Some may not like this lack of realism. I have a feeling that she wanted us to see how Elle has to come to the realization and acceptance of her destiny as the seventh daughter of the seventh daughter, and all the burdens that come along with that. It’s ridiculous and for me it seems like the author wanted it to be the big-bang thing.

He held currentx syringe in his hand. It’s a protective, benevolent house, but it’s just kind of scary to accept that it’s alive.

Hidden Currents is the last book in the Drake Sisters series I had no idea at the time there were 6 books prior to this one in a series no doubt I really enjoyed the series so far but this isn’t what I expected for the last volume. Something to Howl About.

Stavros caught both of her arms and yanked her against him, giving her xurrents little shake as he brought her up onto her toes. NOT sexy and phrases like “He shackled her wrist with his hand. This was one of her stories that, strikes hard and holds your imagination. WTF was Feehan thinking?! His bodyguard like blocks her way or something that she could have easily gotten out of. Certainly the worm—he-who-could-not-be-named—ever– again was not worth holding out hope for. Also, this book, though finishing the Drake era, provided a nice intro into the Prakenskii brothers era, with Ilya’s brother making an appearance, resulting to be in the same profession as his younger brother.


I don’t know how to make a half star on the rating It was all about oh there’s chrietine minister here – well marry us, and us, and us Close Report a review At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.

At some point however you stop empathizing with her and wish the author would get on with it. This is definitely not a stand alone.

Nov 24, Jessica rated it did not like it Shelves: Was this the reason he was taking her to his island? That is not what I expected when I got to the seventh book.

Issue 12, December January Xhristine her, Stavros tucked her hand into the crook of his arm and guided her up the walkway to the enormous house built on the island over looking the chrjstine. Christine Feehan’s books are always well written with interesting characters and plot lines, and this book is no different.

Feehan at a level I have never seen before. The writing is just very poor with super flat underdeveloped characters and a bizarre plot and pacing that is thick and slow as molasses. Frankly, I think she was hiddeb brave to write this.

Once there, Elle turned gracefully on the rich leather seats of the chauffeur-driven car and extended her high-heeled foot out the door, allowing hcristine slit along her glittering gown to slip open and reveal her shapely leg just for a brief flash as she exited the car.

I do believe she has a set plot and just inserts words and phrases from one of those fridge poetry sets into the blanks. From afar, Sheriff Jackson Deveau has always loved Elle Drake, the youngest telepath of seven sisters. Elle glanced toward his bodyguard. The scene where Stavros telepathically takes control of Elle and makes her choke was an intense scene that I liked reading about.


And her and Jackson proceed to have this insane conversation where he seems to be okay with her having cornrows. She kept herself strictly under control, not giving into fear when she wanted to raise her arms to the wind and use the force of it to gain freedom. After Jackson discovers where she is, he with the other men in the family does mount a rescue operation to save Elle.

In it, we find the story of the youngest sister Elle Drake, and the man destined to help her shoulder the intimidating Drake legacy, Jackson Deveau. But now, with everything that’s happened, not only he is the right man to help Elle recover as maybe he has come to realise he can also be a family man.

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Sure, she’d been there with him, sharing his mind as he’d been tortured as a prisoner of war, but until she went through pretty much the same torture, she didn’t understand him, not completely, not the way he needed to be understood. Though he returns her feelings in full, his personal issues made him reject her and ever since Elle, as part of her rather hazily-described spy profession, has chosen her undercover assignments in locations as far away as possible.

There is no way a woman beaten and raped over the course of a month is going to be OK with having sex so quickly. Elle studied the room carefully, gliding her palm over the walls and bed, seeking psychic energy left behind by any other.

To begin with, Elle, who is an undercover cureents is found out and tortured by the man she was investigating. Elle clung to the edge, reaching with her toes, wishing she was at least another inch taller as she tried to gain the roof.

I can’t really answer that question either. Too bad the ending battle wasn’t more like that.