A Deep Dark Call

A Deep Dark Call Review

I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down every dim corridor.

Eerie, erotic nightmares plague my sleep—inspired, no doubt, by tales of the village’s mystical guardians and my darkly handsome employer.

Ioan Marcu is as enigmatic as the lands where he and his daughter make their home. The locals say that he is cursed, that he is behind the questionable circumstances of his first wife’s death.

But I feel an almost supernatural pull toward him, despite the wall of solitude he’s built around himself.

Our passion has reached a fever pitch, and I know we must confront the consequences of our lust.

For Ioan is no normal man, and I may just be the key to his powers’ full potential.

This book is approximately 43,000 words

Carina Press acknowledges the editorial services of Mackenzie Walton

Title:A Deep Dark Call
Edition Language:English

    Some Testimonial About This Book:

  • Kira

    A quick and easy read. I didn't like it that everything happened so fast. Lucy and Ioan met and the insta-lust was off the charts. They were consumed with sexual thoughts about each other. I wouldn't ...

  • Katie Michaels

    DNFI was really excited about this book. It was supposed to be a gothic style PNR, with an English-governess in Wallachia who falls for her enigmatic employer. The blurb promised a sinister manor hous...

  • Dianna

    Lucy travels from London to a remote house in Wallachia, where she is to be governess to a widower’s daughter. It’s all gothic and moody and I’d hit ‘take my money, online eBook retailer!’ a...

  • Gigi staub

    I expected what I came for in Wallachia: a job as a governess and a fresh beginning, far away from all that tormented me in England. Instead, I found a sinister manor house with secrets lurking down e...

  • Bambi Unbridled

    I'm not quite sure what to say about this one. This is my first read from this author, so I can't compare A Deep Dark Call to her other works. But this one didn't work for me for several reasons.I did...

  • Michaelene

    3.5 stars.This was an okay read for me, overall.A Deep Dark Call by Rose Vane is the first book that I’ve read by this author. The execution fell apart here and there, but I enjoyed the gothic feel ...

  • I.C.

    A bit too fast paced for my taste, but that can't be helped considering the format. It's an enjoyable read, both entertaining and instructive in its use of authentic local customs and lore. (Yes, I do...

  • Margaret Fisk

    Originally posted on Tales to Tide You OverThis is a rather odd book that is less romance than Gothic, but despite the description hinting at it, this is not a horror novel. A Deep Dark Call is about ...

  • Lovey Dovey Books

    Published on Lovey Dovey BooksA Deep Dark Call, debut fiction from Rose Vane, is an incredible dark romance. It pulls you in with secrets and envelops you in enchanting lore.Lucy Cross travels to a st...

  • Steliana

    This one was a pleasant surprise. I confess I decided to read it out of curiosity, because I’m Romanian and I saw that it was set in Wallachia. I actually half expected to hate it – I was afraid I...