Recommended By Jean
Recommended By Jean
Court of Crimson sets up an intriguing world, introduces wonderfully crafted characters, and brings the reader into a story that promises intrigue, drama, and passion. Cress has led a sheltered life, and watching her discover who she truly is, including her sensual side, is a lot of fun. Roan, Sorrell, and Orion have mysterious pasts that I look forward to learning more about. I also look forward to learning more about the world this book is building. Warning - it does end on a cliffhanger, so wait until book two comes out before reading if that will bother you.
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I licked and sucked at her like I was eating the juiciest of fruits. My tongue swiped a path up the center of her before delving deeper. She shivered, panted, and moaned. Wetness oozed down my chin as I licked some more, fighting to catch as much of the delicious juice as I could. When her thighs tightened around my head, I reached up and shoved her wide open - eliciting a cry of surprise.
She followed it down to the line that trailed into the waistband of my pants. I inhaled sharply, capturing her wandering hand in one of mine before she could go too far. Dangerous.
He was demanding in his kiss, so demanding that it's all I could do not to melt into a puddle at his feet as he continued his assault on my senses.
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In a time of war between mankind and fae, no one ventures outside of the safety of the human kingdom. Abandoned in the furthest corner of Amnestia, in a convent long forgotten by most, Cress grows up thinking she’s nothing more than a human of horrendous skill and grace.
One moment, the quiet countryside of Amnestia where she’s been raised her whole life is devoid of any danger and the next, it’s there. Powered by a strange magical spell, a castle appears seemingly from nowhere. Ruled by a court of fae few humans had ever laid eyes on and lived to tell the tale, Cress stumbles right into the center of three royal princes. There, she discovers that perhaps she’s not a human at all, but a changeling--a fae child left behind in the ancient tradition of an extinct court.
In the face of possible execution, she better hope she’s a fae, because the worst thing a girl can be in the court of crimson is human.