A Touch of Crimson

Unabridged Audiobook

Written By: Sylvia Day

Narrated By: Luke Daniels

Publisher: Brilliance Audio

Date: February 2013

Duration: 9 hours 47 minutes

Summary:

An angel with immense power and insatiable desire, Adrian Mitchell leads 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 that doesn't remember him. This time he won't let her go. With no memory of her past as Shadoe, Lindsay Gibson knows only that 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 between her angel lover, her vampire father, and a full-blown lycan revolt. There's more at stake than her love and her life - she could lose her very soul.... "Explodes with passion and heat. A hot, sexy angel to die for and a gutsy heroine make for one exciting read." - New York Times Bestselling Author Cheyenne McCray "Sylvia Day spins a gorgeous adventure that combines gritty, exciting storytelling with soaring lyricism. Adrian is my favorite kind of hero - an alpha male angel determined to win the heart of his heroine, Lindsay, while protecting her from his lethal enemy....This is definitely a book for your keeper shelf." - New York Times Bestselling Author Angela Knight

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  • Penny Ann Lupton

    I’m not usually a big angel fan in my paranormal books. I’m old fashioned. Give me vamps and werewolves any day over fairies, angels, or other paranormal creatures. However, I do love a unique fantasy world with some different origins to the vamps and werewolves, and Sylvia Day delivered there. I loved the concept of this book. I also love the twist on reincarnation and soul mates. And, I loved the hero and the heroine. So, if I loved all those things why is this book only a 3.5 star read? One word: world building. To pull off a story like this it takes a lot of world building, and sometimes that can get boring and drag on a bit. That being said, some of my favorite series started out that way for me. I love the Kate Daniels series, but had to struggle to get through the first and second book. Now it’s a favorite. I see that potential in the Renegade Angels. There were parts of this story where I struggled to continue, and there times when things didn’t seem to fit with the world she was building. But I definitely like it enough to keep going and see where it leads.