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Crimson Debt: Book 1 in the Born to Darkness series: (Paranormal BBW Vampire Romance) by [Anderson, Evangeline]
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"Ms. Cartwright voiced [the characters] perfectly, never seeming to get confused by the constant changes in how various characters spoke." ---AudioGals

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This is a plus length novel--95,000 words of Paranormal Erotic Romance by Evangeline Anderson who also writes The Brides of the Kindred series. Vampires, Werewolves, and Witches are characters of note. Also included are chapter 1 of Shadowed, Book 8 in the Brides of the Kindred and chapter 1 of Scarlet Heat, Book 2 in the Born to Darkness series

Addison Godwin is a Non-Glam—one of the one in ten thousand humans who is immune to vampire glamour and mind tricks. Her gift enables her to work as an Auditor, enforcing the law that vampires and humans keep their distance from each other except in a purely non-physical way. The law is necessary because when a vampire tries to have sex with a human their blood-lust combines with their sexual appetite and the result looks like road kill.

Alec Corbin is a Four Star Master Vampire with piercing blue eyes and intentions to get Addison into his bed. He promises he can be gentle but Addison has seen way too many vamp/human crime scenes to go for that. She has no interest in the six foot four hunk of sexy vampire man candy, even if he is supernaturally hot.

But just because she Audits (and sometimes executes) vampires for a living, doesn’t mean she hates them all. Her best friend, Taylor, was turned against her will. Now, living as a slave to one of the crueler Master vamps in town, she leads a miserable existence and Addison is helpless to save her within the confines of the law.

Things come to a head when the Vampire Inquisitor comes to town and Taylor is given to him as a sex slave. When Addison sees her best friend tortured, beaten, and burned with silver she knows she has to do something—even if it means teaming up with Corbin and paying the Crimson Debt.

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  • Publisher: Evangeline Anderson Books (March 3 2013)
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  • Language: English
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This is going to be an amazing series I can already to tell. After reading the first book I feel like I have been on one emotional roller coaster. WOW, one minute you are feeling hot and bothered and the next minute you heart could be breaking. I knew this was going to be interesting when I saw when words glam-sex. Yip, Evangeline’s creative mind at work..LOL

Addison Goodwin is an amazing beautiful woman. She has a very strong personality, strong spirit and was is an amazing best friend to Taylor who is a vampire. Addison working for the government as a Auditor for the VAB-Vampire Auditing Bureau. She hates vampire, well except for Taylor, and has plan making all other vampires pay and make their life hell.

Master Alec Corbin is a 4-star vampire, which means he is 400 years old and owner of the club “Under the Fang. He is handsome and every girls wet dream. He is also fascinated with Addison. He wanted her. He has to have her. The problem was it was illegal for vampires and humans to have sex. It never ended well for the human. Human always ended dead.

Will Alec be able to convince Addison that they belong together? Is it real love or is she just a snack to Alec? What happens when facing death in the face with no way out? How could a relationship between a Vampire and Auditor work?

I am so looking forward to book 2. You will not be disappointed in this series. It is truly incredible.
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By Reader TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 1 2013
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Addison Godwin is a non-glam immune to vampire mind tricks, her ability means she's ideal as an auditor, enforcing the laws for vampire and human interaction. It's illegal for either species to have physical contact, a vampires blood lust and superior strength, means sex between them and humans is lethal. For the human that is.

Alec Corbin is a four hundred year old vampire he owns a nightclub where humans and vampires meet for mind sex, the vampires provide the mind sex, in exchange for blood. Corbin has wanted Addison since the first moment he laid eyes on her. He has promised he can be gentle, but Addison has no intention of getting down and dirty with Corbin, she enjoys staying alive too much. But she doesn't hate all vampires, her best friend Taylor was turned against her will. Taylor's maker is one evil vampire she mistreats Taylor at every opportunity.

But when the vampire inquisitor comes to town, Taylor is handed over to him as his sex toy. Desperate to help Taylor, Addison has no choice but to ask Corbin for his help.

I loved this story the first in the Born to darkness series. This author certainly knows how to write erotic love scenes. The characters were well drawn and easy to relate to. Addison was a little irritating at times but I did get where she was coming from. As for Corbin he's gorgeous, caring, highly protective and smart. Plus the added bonus of the hot sex scenes make this a must read.
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HASH(0x9cd0f63c) out of 5 stars Worth a read. March 5 2013
By EveLove - Published on
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I'm a huge Evangeline Anderson fan and was very excited to get my hands on book one of her new series. I have to say though, I had trouble getting into it. It took me several pages before it really caught my attention, and even then I found myself beyond frustrated on several occasions with Addison.

Corbin is your no-so-typical vampire. While he is still strong, possessive, and arrogant, he is also, kind, patient, and deep down has a good, yet scared soul. He definitely serves to make the female reader swoon and wish he was hers.

Addison on the other hand is very determined, bold and strong minded. She has a deep seated need to protect a friend she feels responsible for, and a strong honor when it comes to her duty as a officer. She had the makings of a great character, it was just her constant denial, and blatant refusal for what was good for her, and everyone else, that rubbed me the wrong way. I understand fully that in order to convey her distaste for vampires she needed to be stubborn and outspoken. But I feel that it was a bit over kill and it made scenes where she caused issues, and her inward chatter, hard to get through because you just come to dislike her.

There were parts in the book when Addison and Corbin were talking, or were he was having to convince her, that the book reminded me of dialog between the two main characters in one of my favorite Evangeline Anderson books, Deal With The Devil. Of course, had I not have read it five times I might not have noticed, lol.

In sort, the writing was spectacular, as we have come to expect with this author. She never fails to dazzle us with both stories that grab your attention, and bold characters that jump right off the page. I may have been annoyed with the heroine, but I fully intend to read the next in the series, as well as anything else from Mrs. Anderson for that matter.
61 of 69 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c7b5a98) out of 5 stars Something was Missing. March 23 2013
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First off let me say that this book had a lot of promise but the character development was kind of off. I'm no writer, just an avid reader of paranormal romance and I know what I like. This story could have been a LOT better if the heroine was a least a little likable. I found myself skipping a lot her dialog because I just wanted to get away from her! Her prejudices toward the vampire race made it unbelievable that she could do her job effectively let alone try to be compassionate enough to try to help her friend who happens to be a vampire. The language used by the heroine also made her sound like a perpetual undergrad who has never grown up. Addison did not sound like a person who had been working on her doctorate before she assumed an occupation that requires one have a level head and be an analytical thinker-which she is NOT! It was hard to reconcile that this was supposed to be a mature adult and not a sulky, self-righteous know-it-all who was more trouble than she was worth. I did not enjoy Addison and it made the reading experience difficult. If you enjoy a book that moves through the plot, gives you some action and gives you some characters that stay with you, I wouldn't recommend this one.

Like I said in the beginning, Crimson Debt had great potential but fell short in many ways. I would like to see broader character development with this series especially with the bad guys. This is just one reader's opinion...
22 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9c7270fc) out of 5 stars Crimson Debt a Fab Read March 25 2013
By Anna-Marie Buchner - Published on
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I'm very much into Evangeline Anderson's Brides of the Kindred so when I saw she was starting a new project I had to check it out. Crimson Debt has everything a reader could possible want in a story. The Character you love to hate (This one has two) and the Characters you love to love.

You have a 4 century old Vampire Corbin who is in love with Addison who happens to be and auditor enforcing the law to keep vampires away from humans because when they meet up and do the deed the human always comes out in pieces. Then you have Taylor who is Addison's best friend who was turned against her will and her mistress is the sadistic vampire from hell. I don't want to go into too much detail because I don't want to give the story away. But let's just say when Taylor's Mistress Celeste gives Taylor to the Vampire Inquisitor and Addison learns what he's done to her she strikes a deal with Corbin to get Taylor to safety. From this point one the story is a holding your breath type of read. I loved that Corbin called in a debt and had Victor bond to Taylor I was happy dancing with this one. I'm not going any further with this story because it is a must read and I absolutely can't wait until Scarlet Heat (Taylor & Victor's story) is released. But I will tease here and tell you Addison paid the CRIMSON DEBT and came out alive.
25 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9cd1be58) out of 5 stars RollerCoasterRide March 4 2013
By Charlotte Salyers - Published on
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I have just finished reading "Crimson Dept". As usual Ms. Anderson has kept my interest from the first page to the last. She takes us on a roller coaster ride of love and unrequited passion until the final and complete surrender of Addison to the,sometimes, dark love of Corbin.

Addison Godwin and Alec Corbin are the last two people who should have felt anything other than total revulsion toward each other but Addison still finds she cannot stay away from the 4 star Vampire Master. He is Cocky, smug and entirely too full of himself as far as she is concerned and what he really needed to do was leave her town for good. As an Auditor and enforcer of laws concerning human and vampire interactions she is determined to find a way to make this happen.

Alec Corbin has never in his entire 400 years of being met a more frustrating and totally enticing female as Addison Godwin. He knows that there is a future for them and he is willing to trick, connive or entrap her to him by any means possible. Little did he know that he would have to be willing to give his very existence to have her.

I recommend this latest series of Evangeline Anderson to anyone who wants to experience spine chilling romance.
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ca65c18) out of 5 stars Heroine was very unlikeable. May 6 2013
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Evangeline Anderson's books are rather hit-and-miss for me, but there are a few of her books that I love because I can read them multiple times and find just as much enjoyment the fifth time as the first. That is not the case with this book. I had an extremely hard time getting through this book once let alone many times and after is was over (thank goodness, finally!) I archived it on my Kindle because there is absolutely no way I am ever reading it again!

First of all the heroine, Addison, may have had a legitimate reason to have some preconceived notions about vampires considering what happened to her friend and her current line of work, however, her unwillingness to re-evaluate her prejudices when Corbin is behaving totally contrary to those prejudices, was extremely annoying because it made her seem so immature and stubborn. But the thing about this character that actually made me yell "What the hell are you doing?" out loud (and if I was reading this in paperback and not on my Kindle I would have thrown the book across the room) was the fact that she could not keep her mouth shut!

Okay, I like a strong heroine with moxy and sass but if someone says to you (and I am paraphrasing here) "We have to really impress this person, this person has the power of life and death over me, you and your friend so no matter what you think of him keep your mouth shut no matter what happens and what he says" and you still open your mouth and insult this person that is not sassy, that is stupid!!!

The older a vampire is the stronger he/she is. This Roderick guy you are supposed to impress is 600 years old, your guy is 400. You are surrounded by beings who can rip you apart in a second and all you have is the guy who seems to like you but you've been really nasty to and a Glock and you still feel bold enough to open your mouth and insult people? Just stupid and annoying. Makes me shake my head in disbelief just remembering it.

I had to skip big parts to get through the book. Really disappointing.