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by Diana Pharaoh Francis
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Fantasy is More Fun
Fantasy is More Fun rated it 6 years ago
This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence. My Initial Reaction... Bitter Night was so refreshingly different and yet I was still shocked by how unique a plot Francis managed to weave inCrimson Wind. I was fo...
AlexiaChantel
AlexiaChantel rated it 7 years ago
Crimson Wind picks up right where Bitter Night left off..with you frantically turning the pages to keep up with the action. Francis has a knack for writing fast paced scenes. With book two you get a glimpse into the mind of Alexander, the potential love interest for Max. Well, he could be if the wor...
Book-A-Holic Anon
Book-A-Holic Anon rated it 7 years ago
When we left the last book Giselle and Max have come to an uneasy truce as the destruction the Guardians are unleashing causes more destruction to what Max realizes is her home and family than revenge will ever be worth. Does she trust Giselle… No… but at the same time she starts to understand why...
Affairs of M/Men
Affairs of M/Men rated it 7 years ago
I think Francis somehow invaded my dreams or something and wrote an urban fantasy series just for me. This has everything I look for in UF: Very strong and intelligent female protagonist, equally strong and intelligent male love interest, a peril laden plot, lots of almost dying, the female saving t...
Anna Bobs Her Hair - Silent Reader, Talking Books
B+...slow start at very beginning...very BIG ending
The Demon Librarian
The Demon Librarian rated it 8 years ago
This was even better than the first book, and that's saying something! The book picks up a few weeks after the events of Bitter Night. The Coven is on shaky legs and trying to get back to some semblance of order after the attacks that nearly buried them. Giselle is still weak and on the edge of her ...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 9 years ago
Description: Max knows what trusting the wrong person can cost you. Her former friend Giselle, a powerful witch, enslaved Max years ago, turning her into a Shadowblade—a deadly warrior compelled to fight for Giselle. But there’s more at stake now than Max’s thirst for revenge. The Guardians, oversee...
Msmiz - I read almost anything!
Msmiz - I read almost anything! rated it 9 years ago
I am tempted to give this book a 4, so I will split the difference at 3.5. I still like the story line, still like the characters (even though it seems like there are SO flipping many at this point) and I still want to know how all this ends. Therefore, it must be a good book right? It has plot h...
Books and Things
Books and Things rated it 9 years ago
This is actually the second novel in the Horngate Witches series. I had not read the firs one, Bitter Night. It wasn't necessary to read this one, but I would recommend it. I wasn't lost, but things were referenced that made me extremely curious. So, I know I'll be picking up the first one as soon a...
Literary Ames
Literary Ames rated it 9 years ago
Grade: F for Epic Fail!The flaws in Bitter Night I accepted due to being the first in the series with sequels usually surpassing the first. Crimson Wind doesn’t follow this pattern. No, it goes the other way. It may be unfair to make this judgement after only 74 pages but I don’t think so.Characters...
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