[Book Review] Deep in Crimson

Deep in Crimson / Sarah Gilman

Book two in the Sanctuary series.  I still think some of the base components of the seeing are cool, and the first book was cute in a simple romance novel way.

This book had a bit to much of tortured past and anguished true love.  I'm not big on that.  I feel like these were used as crutches in place of actually developing plot our characters.  That being said, this is often a failing in romance novels, and the author refrained from using utterly ridiculous descriptors.  So on that basis the novel is an enjoyable action romance, it just wasn't for me.

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