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Through a Crimson Veil

Crimson City, Book 3
Written by: Patti O'Shea
Narrated by: Rebecca Rogers
Length: 12 hrs and 31 mins
Categories: Romance, Fantasy

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Publisher's Summary

Los Angeles. Once, it was the City of Angels. Now, it's Crimson City, whose inhabitants know nothing of Heaven. The tentative peace among the species - werewolf, vampire, human - teeters on the brink of collapse. And sides are being chosen.
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Critic Reviews

"[O'Shea's] character development is first-rate and believable, her dialogue is crisp and snappy, and her narrative is vivid and spellbinding." (Fresh Fiction)

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  • Robin
  • 03-09-08

Yawning drag after prologue

No where near as good as the first two in the series. Really quite boring. I couldn't see where any of the storyline fit into the series. It started out very good and seemed like it might answer some questions left dangling in the first, but degenerated into a talk fest, soul searching, waste of my time and money drag. I was very disappointed. I might read the next in the series, and if it is this bad, I might request my money back.

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  • Deborah
  • 25-10-08

Well worth listening to

'Mika is a half demon half human who is on secret mission for the demon council, to find a demon killer named Connor McCabe. What she has not told the council is that he is her mate. McCabe hates his demon half, he believes his mother was raped by his father, and tries to suppress all his demon side. Mika tries to protect McCabe whilst also working behind his back to find the spell in his possession that will release dark demons into crimson city. Mika and McCabe must survive assassination attempts whilst leaning to trust and accept each other with Mika also trying to get McCabe to accept his demon half.'
This is well read and a tight storyline with enough bends to not be totally predictable. Not all the loose ends were tied off, and with this series, there doesn't seem to be much follow-on between the various authors - so maybe we'll never know why the mystery watcher was watching, or what happens with... nah - that's be spoiling it!

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