They say London is the city that never sleeps. Man, you have no idea....
A new job, a new life, and a new home. Rose has left the pain of the past behind. But if she thinks she's going to have it easy, she's in for a shock. There's Roman for starters, a complication with a capital C. With the racing pulses and the X-rated thoughts, she can barely keep it together. And then he decides to drop a bombshell. It's the domino effect, all right, because hot on the heels of his revelation come a few unpleasant ones of her own. Rose discovers there is a darker side to London, an ancient secret, a world that she belongs to and one that could get her killed.
Question is can she keep it together long enough to kick danger's arse?
Would you consider the audio edition of Crimson Midnight to be better than the print version?
I have both the audio and the print versions of this book. I did enjoy the audio version better as I loved the way Ms. Padrona was able to give each character their own voice and nuances.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Crimson Midnight?
When Rose found out her true nature (or as close to it so far).
Have you listened to any of D. Jordan Padrona’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
I found this narration by Ms. Padrona to be on par if not better then the previous performance that I had listened to. I will continue to seek out her work. She is a breath of fresh air in the narrating world.
Any additional comments?
I received this book from the author, narrator or rights holder in exchange for an honest review.