Creche (Dark Guardians Fantasy Series, #2) [NOOK Book]

Overview

The Cruxim Saga Continues in Book II: Creche

Still grieving the loss of Joslyn and the Sphinx Sabine, and craving revenge upon Beltran, his Vampire nemesis, Amedeo the dark angel Cruxim is destined to learn more about his past in the sequel to Karin Cox's critically acclaimed, gothic paranormal romance Cruxim.

When the vampire hunter meets a female of his own kind, Skylar, who takes him to the hidden stronghold of Silvenhall Creche to ...

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Creche (Dark Guardians Fantasy Series, #2)

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Overview

The Cruxim Saga Continues in Book II: Creche

Still grieving the loss of Joslyn and the Sphinx Sabine, and craving revenge upon Beltran, his Vampire nemesis, Amedeo the dark angel Cruxim is destined to learn more about his past in the sequel to Karin Cox's critically acclaimed, gothic paranormal romance Cruxim.

When the vampire hunter meets a female of his own kind, Skylar, who takes him to the hidden stronghold of Silvenhall Creche to learn Cruxim lore, the secrets revealed in the holy book of the Cruximus, and the lies told to him by his own kind, force him to question who he is really is, where his loyalties lie, and whether there is anything he desires more than bloodlust and vengeance.

Praise for Book I: CRUXIM, a #1 Bestseller in Dark Fantasy and Gothic Romance…

“I highly recommend Cruxim to lovers of true gothic horror and paranormal genres. This story provides a fresh spin on old-world vampire lore. I will be stalking this author for the rest of this series and beyond!” Toni Lesatz, My Book Addiction

“I absolutely can't wait to read the next installment in this series, Creche. This, to me, is like the next Anne Rice series. There's a love story alongside some pretty gruesome and evil stuff. I like the contrast and the fact that both can live in harmony in a very well-written, character-driven novel. Bravo to the author, Ms. Karin Cox!” Kathy from Literary R&R

“I loved how the author was able to bring what was usually mortal enemies and have them work together to resolve the conflicts the characters encounter.” Rachel at The Jeep Diva

“Cruxim is filled with passion, revenge, action, and love all mixed together to form this story that is unlike any I've ever read. The ending had me in near in tears, but now I have to find out what fate lies ahead for Amedeo in the next book!” Sarah Jones, Give it to Cupcake Blog.

“I fell in love with the Cruxim. Amedeo is like no other paranormal hero. He's not infallible. He bleeds, he grieves, he suffers in affairs of the heart and personal conscience. He must make choices that no man, or angel, should ever have to make. I recommend this debut novel by Karin Cox.” Bestselling Author Carol Davis Luce

“I thought the blend of paranormal and mythology brilliant. The grammar flawless. The prose, poetic. If I could give this book a higher rating, I would. It is simply the most intriguing, creative and original paranormal I've ever read.” Tara West from the Book Eclective


A wonderfully new, and fresh novel of vampire lore. A dark world of a wide range of oddities. It’s a story that you must read to understand the complex array of characters, and the remarkable way that Ms Cox has woven this phenomenal world in which they exist in. Karin Cox is most definitely an author that I will and look forward to reading more of in the future.” Anne from Angel Anne’s Reviews

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148921004
  • Publisher: Karin Cox
  • Publication date: 10/27/2013
  • Series: Dark Guardians Fantasy Series , #2
  • Sold by: Draft2Digital
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 12,186
  • File size: 277 KB

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  • Posted November 21, 2013

    I¿ll admit when I started reading Creche, I couldn¿t remember al

    I’ll admit when I started reading Creche, I couldn’t remember all of Cruxim but I was slowly reminded of it throughout the entire book. I always appreciate an author more when they don’t just use the first chapter as a recap, and thankfully it was so subtle that it was hardly noticeable.

    This book is much more about who Amedeo is, the Cruxim, their ways and how they came to be, with a little vampire action towards the end. Cruxim was quite dark, full of sorrow and sadness, but with the introduction of Skylar, Creche has a much lighter tone and has uplifted the series dramatically, whilst throwing in a little more romance.

    The author has such a way of writing that the words just flow on the page, and I soon found myself completely caught up in the story and the history of it all. It has a very descriptive nature, without being over the top, which allowed my imagination to just take over and easily picture the story. Everything indicates that a major battle is on the horizon, so I’m sure the rest of the saga is going to be full of action and I can’t wait to read it.

    I received an e-copy from the author in exchange for an honest review.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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