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Only 11 left in stock more on the way. Available for immediate download. Now these t At the beginning I was a little lost, but the story sped up and open up to a whole new world. Now these two have to save each other and Crimson city from the devastation of the demons. This is a suspenseful romance that kept you on your toes throughout the story. I truly enjoyed it. Mar 26, Stephanie rated it liked it Shelves: A good installment in this series. It ties lots of things together and could be the end of the series although I have a set of novellas and a Kindle edition still to read, so I guess not.
We brought back almost all of the previous characters with cameos or at least mentions and that was fun. I liked the idea of the tortured solider just discovering what it means to be an individual and how to function on a level of being human and single. Also, what it means to be human because as a mech, Finn A good installment in this series. Also, what it means to be human because as a mech, Finn was torn between his two sides. I liked how Cyd came back and literally faced her demons to be stronger and more independent because of it.
All in all a fun read and that's what I'm here for! Nov 08, Natalie rated it really liked it. Book 6 in the multi-author Crimson City series. This one was better in that it didn't deal with yet another human falling in love with a hated paranormal of the opposite sex. I'm so tired of those. If you're this far into the series, which does need to be read in order, you have to read this one and keep on until the end.
Crimson City Series by Liz Maverick
This book is more Dark Urban Fantasy and less paranormal romance. This is the first book I have read by this author and I thought it was pretty good. I'm not quite positive if I will be purchasing the sequel. It is a good paranormal novel, I am just not use to all creatures in the story. Normally I read only vampires or only werewolves, etc.
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Nov 02, Karol rated it it was ok. Mar 15, Gina rated it it was amazing Shelves: Action-packed, but excellent conclusion? Terrific, excellent, worthy once again of the Crimson City series! I think Liz Maverick knows how to create an alternate reality really well. But she left me stumped, which I will get to in a minute. It had to horrible enough for h Action-packed, but excellent conclusion? It had to horrible enough for her to live the way she lived, including the drugs. Her disappearance was a great mystery, and I was left feeling slightly unfulfilled with not having an explanation.
Incredible as it was, she escapes Orcus and the demon who pulled her in. But she refuses to go back to B-Ops and becomes a rogue. Determined to persevere, she goes to the only place where she believes she can make a fresh start: He went Rogue from there, learning to live day to day in his surroundings, wanting and trying to rip the metal from his flesh.
Cyd and Finn are attracted to each other almost right from the first. Finn pushes Cyd to report in to B-Ops, not wanting her killed. But Cyd and Finn team up, and their inner battles rival the action-packed ones, which I really, really liked. However, she is no longer exactly the same: Lots of action, lessons learned, and love found. While they seem an odd pair, they fit together beautifully.
And this is where I come to the comment I made in the first paragraph: How can this be the end? The epilogue raised more questions, the promise of another story. I so badly want Jill and Marius to be happy. Jan 15, Gina Briganti rated it liked it. I enjoy it when a series moves forward the way this one does. You know, that book 6 picks up directly where book 5 left off? At the same time, those of us who were wondering what happened to Cyd way back in "Crimson City" book 1 are finally getting the rest of the story.
Her story smoothly picks up from "Seduced by Crimson" book 5 which is sort of rare for this series. They each have a quest that brings them together. They each grow up a lot, and find love along the way. The vampire, werewolf, and human governments have tried to make things work in their own ways, but not enough to bring any kind of piece to this urban fantasy city.
Can the rogues do what everyone else has tried and failed to do? There are several more novellas and one more full-length novel left in the series to answer that question. Sep 15, Paranormal Romance rated it really liked it Shelves: Escaping from a 6 month imprisonment as a sex slave to a demon, the hero starts to build her life back. She teams up with a mysterious man who turns out to be a rogue mech and is wanted by the law. The hero is extremely self conscious about his body with the metal all over and wants nothing more than to get rid of it.
It breaks your heart how passionate and sad he is when he keeps insisting that he's not a machine, that he's human. The heroine is in denial about what she's turning into and when Escaping from a 6 month imprisonment as a sex slave to a demon, the hero starts to build her life back. The heroine is in denial about what she's turning into and when it finally hits her she breaks down and sobs.
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The hero, a gentle soul who cares a great deal for the woman is there to pull her up by her boot strings. That's what their relationship is like. When one falls or stumbles the other is there to help them. They can't trust anyone but each other and it's sweet how they interact. It's more than a romance, it's a friendship.
Jun 21, Carolyn F. I'm enjoying this series more and I don't know if it's because of the author change up in this series or Rebecca Rogers 's naration. There's a lot of crossover from people from the previous books. This romance I liked too. Not a whole lot of "do I or don't I", which drives me crazy. I'm planning on listening to the rest of the series. I have mixed feelings about this one.
On the one hand, the H was fascinating. Also, apparently the whole purpose of the book was for her to break the bond with some demon who kidnapped her, although you don't find this out until like oh, the last few chapters. Sep 12, Amber rated it really liked it. I got this book from Dollar Tree and it turned out to be very good! There was a lot of action and the characters were likeable. The book is not packed with romantic scenes so if that is what you are looking for you will not find it in this book. Other than that it was a great book. I may read some of the other books from this series.
May 22, Jennifer rated it really liked it Shelves: This is by far my favorite of the series. It was action packed and while it had two stories running together it was very good. It brings back a character from the first and has a side story with another smaller character for an earlier book as well. I loved the characters though and throughout the book it was intense. May 23, Christina Davis rated it really liked it. I didn't realize this was the sixth book in the series when I read it- that being said, it was easy to jump right into the story and follow.