By Brynn Myers
She is the fated one I have been waiting for…
The crimson in her veins will restore me…
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My desire for her burns like no other…
I must possess her…
Dare to touch her and you will be the one to suffer…
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Nola Blair is a free-spirited photographer sent to cover the party of the century in Elizabeth Bathory’s ruined castle. It was an assignment she’d declined––twice, but when she was offered a hefty sum to indulge the wealthy eccentric, she finally gave in. Little did she know that the guests at this party were centuries old and their desires reached far beyond those of a normal partygoer.
One captivating night will change her life and the two vampires vying for her will fight to the death to get what they want. One wants her to be his and the other wants her blood.
Who will decide Nola’s fate?
Captivated by Crimson is about a girl being in the wrong place at the wrong time and then thrown into a world that she never knew existed.
This book for me had a solid base and a different take on vampires but it lacked in character development. I liked Nola and Andrik for the lead characters but there where so many characters that had their own story lines that their relationship that was being built got lost. And characters were continuing to be added late in the story and they also had their own story lines. With the different story lines that were going on, I didn’t feel the passion between Nola and Andrik.
Erzsebet and Paul were great evil vampires bent on destroying and getting revenge. They were easy to hate.
Nola’s sister, Quinn, and best friend, Arianna made the story fun and brought lighter moments.
Overall Captivated by Crimson had action and mystery. It was well paced until the last 10% of the book. Then it lost energy. The major part of the story ended around 90%.
Captivated by Crimson
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