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Alec Corbin is a four-star master vampire with piercing blue eyes and intentions to get Addison into his bed. He promises he can be gentle, but Addison has seen way too many vamp/human crime scenes to go for that. She has no interest in the six-foot-four hunk of sexy vampire man candy, even if he is supernaturally hot.
But just because she audits (and sometimes executes) vampires for a living doesn't mean she hates them all. Her best friend, Taylor, was turned against her will. Now living as a slave to one of the crueler master vamps in town, she leads a miserable existence, and Addison is helpless to save her within the confines of the law.
Things come to a head when the vampire inquisitor comes to town, and Taylor is given to him as a sex slave. When Addison sees her best friend tortured, beaten, and burned with silver, she knows she has to do something - even if it means teaming up with Corbin and paying the crimson debt.
Contains mature themes.
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By Cheri on 09-01-15
Wow, What a Great Story and Performance!
This was a well rounded story with action, suspense, humor, and steamy hot scenes. I find myself laughing out loud and blushing.
The plot was great. Addison needs help freeing her best friend, Taylor, from her cruel vampire master so she turns to the one person she knows she should stay away from but she knows he's the only vampire who can help her save her friend. Corbin comes up with an interesting plot to save Taylor but Addison will have to play along.
I loved how this story ends and it lays the foundation for the next story in the series.
This was the first story I've listen to that was narrated by Mackenzie Cartwright and I thought she did a wonderful job!
This story is so worth the credit and time!
9 of 9 people found this review helpful
By Elis Law on 09-14-15
To all writers in this genre: PLEASE STOP with the dimwitted heroines!!
I am so frustrated with the inexplicable tendency of paranormal romance authors to create an ostensibly intelligent female protagonist and then force her to act like a nincompoop in order to force the story in a certain direction. Typically, the character's foolish behavior is explained away as "bravery." Let's be clear, whether in real life or fiction, the refusal to hold one's tongue when one's life is on the line is neither "brave" nor admirable; it's just stupid. An intelligent woman is capable of self-control, and she uses logic and strategy to defeat her adversaries, not foolhardy insolence.
Ms. Anderson is not alone in her decision to use this tactic, and I'm sure it's tempting when one needs to get from point A to point C but can't quite find the logical point B. But even if it's understandable, it's still not acceptable. It exasperates the reader, belittles the character, and taints an otherwise engaging story.
Despite losing respect and affinity for the protagonist, I enjoyed the rest of the story and finished it in two days. Still, at some point in the near future I won't be able to stand this practice anymore, so I beg Ms. Anderson and all of her talented contemporaries to PLEASE end this madness now!
13 of 15 people found this review helpful
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By Sharon on 08-07-15
This book the Crimson debt is a wonderful story about vampires and human how they come to love each one in own way, the story has you from the start of the book all way to the end of the book wood tell you to get it thank you reading this review.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
By RMc on 03-17-18
Loved this series
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Really gripping plot and characters you really grow to care about. An interesting premise too. Anderson certainly has a rich imagination.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful