Deadly Crimson

If you like your romance to be dark and a little dirty, you are in for a treat.  Deadly Crimson was a book I couldn’t put down.  I’m a big fan of this author anyway, but this book was fabulous.  Both men were drool worthy and more than a little dangerous.  Add in their magical proclivities and alpha protectiveness, and I about swooned.  Both long-lived, it was adorable to watch them flounder when confronted with real emotion for a woman for the first time.  And the “competition” over Stacy was enviable, as in I wished I was Stacy!

Stacy was a heroine that was smart, but a little foolish in her determination.  She knew better than to take on Jason and Vincent alone, but when confronted with them, all common sense went out the window.  The chemistry between the three was explosive, as well as the one-on-one interludes between Stacy and each of her men.  Danger and the mystery of who is creating and distributing the drug added to the drama of the relationship, and made this an effortless read. 


Book Blurb for Deadly Crimson

Stacy has been ordered off her current drug case. Her superiors think the death of her best friend make it too personal. They're right. Too personal to let it go. So Stacy takes matters into her own hands and investigates the Coven, the last place her friend was seen alive and where Stacy believes she got the drug. Her snooping leads her right into the arms of the gorgeous owners, who also happen to be the men she thinks might be behind the drug.

Jason and Vincent already know the Coven is being used as a distribution point, but when police detective Stacy shows up, they know time is running out for them to find the man responsible. This is no ordinary drug and the men responsible are no ordinary mortals. Jason and Vincent work together to distract Stacy and keep her occupied, and sated, while they track down the culprits.

But when Stacy is attacked, they have no choice but to come clean about the criminals, as well as themselves.

Publisher's Note: This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable: Anal play/intercourse, BDSM content, ménage (m/f/m), violence.


Night Owl Reviews Jul, 2009 4.50