Beneath A Crimson Moon: Futuristic Romance

Beneath A Crimson Moon: Futuristic Romance

by Christine Michels

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Beneath A Crimson Moon: Futuristic Romance by Christine Michels

Deep undercover to infiltrate a smuggling ring, Singaia, a beautiful young warrior, had no time for anything except protecting her people by stopping the flow of banned Earth weapons to primitive Thadonia–until she was attacked by deadly assassins. But Gaia’s mission, and her life, would have come to a sudden end if it weren’t for the timely help of a mysterious black-clad Guardian. Never before had Singaia seen such a perfect–if infuriating–man. But the muscular, menacing stranger hadn’t come upon her by chance...

Daemon Quinn had his own mission, and he planned to take Singaia with him... whether she wanted to go or not. A man haunted by the past, he immersed himself in his investigative work, and Singaia was at the center of his investigation. His battle of wits with Singaia soon became a battle for them to stay alive, but nothing was as dangerous as the undeniable attraction the two felt for each other...BENEATH A CRIMSON MOON.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940032920960
Publisher: Northern Fire Publishing
Publication date: 12/11/2011
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 960,294
File size: 772 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

A chronic daydreamer with a vivid imagination, Christine wrote her first novel at age 11 when—after having been a Nancy Drew fan for a number of years—she put pen to paper to plot a daring diamond heist—in narrative only, of course. The book was lost over the course of time, but Christine never lost her love of reading and story-telling. Over the years, Christine has worked in banking, production accounting in the oil industry, dispatching and office management, bookkeeping, and municipal government. She holds certificates in Payroll Administration and Local Authority Administration (NACLAA). However, her passion for the written word has never waned. For Christine there is nothing more fascinating than the endless potential presented by a star-studded sky; little more enthralling than a gripping mystery or suspenseful intrigue; and nothing more heart-warming than the triumphant conclusion to a turbulent romantic relationship. With those compelling interests, what career could possibly be more suitable than that of a writer? She began writing seriously for publication after the birth of her son when she and a friend teamed up to write their first novel, TO SHARE A SUNSET, which was picked up by Dorchester Publishing of New York for publication. The partnership dissolved when Christine’s friend moved to another city and Christine began her solo career with the publication of her futuristic romance novel, ASCENT TO THE STARS. She went on to write a number of novels in various sub-genres of romance: futuristic, Western historical, and suspense that were published by Dorchester Publishing and Harlequin/Silhouette. Her suspense novel, DANGER'S KISS, won first place in the “Heart of Romance” competition, named Best Single Title Contemporary, and her next romantic suspense, A SEASON OF MIRACLES, also triumphed when it won second place in the competition. Christine is of French and Scottish ancestry (the Rose clan). The oldest of three children, she was born and raised in Canada. She currently lives on the Canadian prairies near Medicine Hat, Alberta with her husband and two adorable Pomeranians.

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Beneath A Crimson Moon: Futuristic Romance 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
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I have enjoyed the series. This is the second.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
John has whored himself out to a helper writer. Tsk. Not the kind, raunchy, sexy Virgil I deam about. Four star because I want other people to buy and John will write real Virgil Flowers book.