A Touch of Crimson

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A Touch of Crimson

A Renegade Angels Novel, #1

Adrian Mitchell is an elite soldier that hunts down rogue angles that have subcommed to the darkness and become vampires. Along with his duties as commanding his soldiers he is also the master over a pack of lycans that are of the brink of revolution. As if Adrian doesn't have enough on his plate Shadoe re-enters his life. Her current incarnation is in the form of Lindsay Gibson a woman who has no recollection of her past or Adrian. Now Adrian must keep Lindsay safe, hunt down vampires, and curtail the lycan revolt.

Sylvia Day combines angles, vampires and lycans in an intriguing and unique world. Because there is such an intricately complex world that Sylvia has to create the beginning of the story can be overwhelming but once the back story comes together the characters fall into place and the novel really opens up and grabs the reader. I will definitely be reaching for the next book in this series! 4 Hearts.


Book Blurb for A Touch of Crimson

Can a love that transcends death survive a war between angels, vampires, and lycans?

Adrian Mitchell is an angel of immense power and insatiable desire. Leading an elite Special Ops unit of the Seraphim, his task is to punish the Fallen—angels who have become vampires—and command a restless pack of indentured lycans.

But Adrian has suffered his own punishment for becoming involved with mortals—losing the woman he loves again and again. Now, after nearly two hundred years, he has found her—Shadoe, her soul once more inhabiting a new body with no memory of him. Only this time he won’t let her go.

With no memory of her past as Shadoe, Lindsay Gibson only knows she can’t help being fiercely attracted to the smoldering, seductive male who crosses her path. Swept into a dangerous world of tumultuous passion and preternatural conflict, Lindsay is soon caught in the middle between her angel lover, her vampire father, and a full-blown lycan revolt. There’s more at stake than her love and her life—this time she could lose her very soul… 


Night Owl Reviews Sep, 2011 4.00