August 29, 2020 1 min to read
Audiobook Review: Crimson Yuletide by Rachel Ford
Twelve days of Christmas. Twelve days of terror and death.
An ancient evil prowls the quiet streets of Wixcombe. An old man is murdered in the town square. Children disappear in the night. Villagers report sightings of Krampus, the Christmas demon.
For siblings Nan and William Fitzgerald, the season began with a promise of new loves and Christmas magic. But they find themselves in the eye of the storm when their godfather becomes the prime suspect in the killings.
To protect both the women they love and their village, the siblings must discover Krampus’ true identity. But they might not like the answers they find…
Cover by May Dawney Designs
Title: Crimson Yuletide
Author: Rachel Ford
Narrator: Lynne Ennis
Genre: historical, horror, holiday (Christmas)
Part of a Series: I don’t think so
POV: William, Nanette
Steam Level: clean – some kissing
Crimson Yuletide is a suspenseful horror with a touch of regency romance (both M/F and F/F) set during the holidays. Part whodunnit and part paranormal, Crimson Yuletide kept me guessing. I liked the unique brother/sister POV and the cranky Godfather and protective older brother aspects and how the female characters were not having any of it. This was a fun story.
I received this audiobook for free from StoryOrigin. This is my honest and voluntary review.
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