Crimson Rogue

by Liz Maverick

LoveSpell, April, 2006.
Paperback, 336 pages.
ISBN: 0505526255
Subgenre: Paranormal

Crimson Rogue by Liz Maverick B-Ops Agent Cydney Brighton disappeared while on a case with her partner Dain Reston (See, Crimson City) who later decided to turn vampire to be with his lady love, Fleur Dumont, the head of the vampire nation that lives above the clouds in Crimson City. Cydney was on the original science team that opened a portal into the demon world: the horror of what she saw that day nearly destroyed her own life as she spiraled down into a pattern of drugs and despair. On a mission with Dain, she was kidnapped by the demon Griff-Vai who was determined to make her a replacement for the mate he lost. Trapped in the demon world, Cydney would do anything to escape. So when another portal opened, she took her chance and escaped. Now she's back in Crimson City, but she doesn't know who she can trust in B-Ops, so she goes rogue. She meets up with another rogue, Finn, a man who has secrets which rival hers. Together, these two outcasts are going to do whatever it takes to reclaim their lives and try to close the portal to the demon world for good, before Crimson City and everyone in it is destroyed.

The Crimson City series goes out with a bang in this heart pounding, steamy adventure that neatly ties up threads from the previous novels in the series (Crimson City by Liz Maverick, A Taste of Crimson by Marjorie M. Liu, Through a Crimson Veil by Carolyn Jewel and Seduced by Crimson by Jade Lee), while leaving readers hungry for more adventures set in this gripping urban fantasy landscape.

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This review was published in the April, 2006 of The Internet Writing Journal.

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