A Darker Crimson

A Darker Crimson, Crimson City series, Book 4




Never get between a cop and her daughter. Even if you’re an all-powerful demon.

“A DARKER CRIMSON is a fast-paced, attention-grabbing, action-packed hell of a ride into the unknown demon world.” (Romance Reviews Today)

Officer Claudia Donovan doesn’t blink at the two latest corpses. They aren’t the first paranormal kills she’s seen by far. Even the notorious vampire criminal kingpin Tiberiu Korzha doesn’t phase her anymore. When demons kidnap her and her daughter, however, she’s out of her league. A dark-magic ritual leaves her bonded to a demon and clamoring for Korzha’s help.

Tiberiu Korzha doesn’t care for humans, though Claudia Donovan is more tempting than most. When he’s trapped in the demon world with Donovan, Korzha must put a private deal with the demons on the line to help rescue the cop’s daughter. If they can’t return home in time, they know plenty of dangerous demons who’ll do anything to take their place in Crimson City.

A Darker Crimson is the fourth book in the Crimson City saga, a series of sizzling paranormal romance novels. If you like strong female characters, steamy love scenes, and edge-of-your-seat action, you’ll love Carolyn Jewel’s world of vampires, demons, humans, and werewolves.

Buy A Darker Crimson to begin the captivating tale today!


Sinclair Reid, Romance Reviews Today:

A DARKER CRIMSON is a fast-paced, attention-grabbing, action-packed hell of ride into the unknown demon world. Claudia is a tough-as-nails cop and a loving mother all rolled into one. . . The chemistry between Tiber and Claudia is intense, emotional, and simmers just beneath the surface, adding another level to the dangerous situation they are in. Another ingredient added into the turbulent mixture is Lath, the Bak-Faru demon who happens to be Claudia’s vishtau mate. He wants nothing to do with Claudia, but the connection of the vishtau soon captures them in its grip and neither can fight it.


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