Also by this author: Mother, The Ghosts of Ravencrest, The Witches of Ravencrest
Welcome to Crimson Cove
Sheltered by ancient redwoods overlooking the California coast, the cozy village of Crimson Cove has it all: sophisticated retreats, fine dining, and a notorious nightclub, The Crimson Corset. It seems like a perfect place to relax and get close to nature. But not everything in Crimson Cove is natural.
When Cade Colter moves to town, he expects it to be peaceful to the point of boredom. But he quickly learns that after the sun sets and the fog rolls in, the little tourist town takes on a whole new kind of life – and death.
Darkness at the Edge of Town
Renowned for its wild parties and history of debauchery, The Crimson Corset looms on the edge of town, inviting patrons to sate their most depraved desires and slake their darkest thirsts. Proprietor Gretchen VanTreese has waited centuries to annihilate the Old World vampires on the other side of town and create a new race – a race that she alone will rule. When she realizes Cade Colter has the key that will unlock her plan, she begins laying an elaborate trap that will put everyone around him in mortal danger.
The streets are running red with blood, and as violence and murder ravage the night, Cade must face the darkest forces inside himself, and perhaps even abandon his own humanity, in order to protect what he loves.
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This was an awesome read. Mainly because it kept me entertained and excited for the entire book. The Crimson Corset isn’t every other vampire book. This author has taken the traditional vampire and given them new faces. While there are many mainstream things about his vampires, they are also quite unique, which I can really appreciate.
Each character in this book has his or her own voice. The good guys are good, and the bad guys are bad, so there isn’t that turmoil of being torn and wanting to support the underdog, or hope the hero doesn’t do something stupid.
TCC is a very well written book. The story just flows as it should, never dragging or bogging the reader down with unnecessary information or slow storylines. In some ways it is a little bit predictable in places, but overall, I didn’t know what was going to happen until the very end.
I enjoyed every minute of this well written, unique vampire story. I highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good vampire book where that isn’t all lovey dovey.