Wednesday, 21 September 2011
A Touch of Crimson
A Touch of Crimson by Sylvia Day
Adrian Mitchell is the commander of an elite group of Serephim that is in charge of keeping fallen angels in line. Since the fallen angels are now vampires sometimes keeping them in line isn’t easy and throw in the fact that Adrian also has to keep the lycans under control as they are indentured to the Serephim at times it can become overwhelming. It also doesn’t help that Adrian has falling in love with a mortal that keep being reincarnated but has no memories of her past lives or of her time with Adrian.
Lindsay Gibson is the latest reincarnation of Shadoe, Adrian’s love. Lindsay has no memory of her time in the past with Adrian but one thing she is very sure of is that she can’t seem to stay away from Adrian. He is sex personified and the hottest man she has ever met. She also doesn’t realize that she is the one carrying Shadoe’s soul. Now Lindsay is suddenly drawn into the war between the Serephim and the fallen angels and she is finding her self in the middle of it all.
Lindsay is in the middle with her lover Adrian and a father that is a vampire and a friend that is a lycan. With a full lycan revolt going on Lindsay is suddenly finding herself in a lot of trouble and even with her life in danger the one thing that she might be in the biggest danger of losing is her soul this time around.
This story that a very fresh look at the world of angels, vampires and lycans. This is a very unique story that will have readers wanting to have the next book in the series. The world building is fascinating to read about. This one is hard to put down as you are dying to find out how it will end and if Lindsay and Adrian will have chance at the future and to be together. It has plenty of action to keep the story line moving along. This is one that is worth picking up and trying as the reader will not be disappointed in the story. This promises to be an excellent series. The start of the series is a great beginning.
I give this one 5 red roses
Posted by Anne Herries Author at 09:02