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Six Scorched Roses

By: Carissa Broadbent
Narrated by: Amanda Leigh Cobb
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Six roses. Six vials of blood. Six visits to a vampire who could be her salvation… or her damnation.

Lilith has been dying since the day she was born. While she long ago came to terms with her own imminent death, the deaths of everyone she loves are an entirely different matter. As her town slowly withers in the clutches of a mysterious god-cursed illness, she takes matters into her own hands.

Desperate to find a cure, Lilith strikes a bargain with the only thing the gods hate more than her village: a vampire, Vale. She offers him six roses in exchange for six vials of vampire blood—the one hope for her town's salvation.

What began as a simple transaction gradually becomes something more, and Lilith is faced with a terrifying realization: It's dangerous to wander into the clutches of a vampire… and in a place already suffering a god's wrath, more dangerous still to fall in love with one.

Six Scorched Roses is a standalone fantasy romance novella set in the world of the Crowns of Nyaxia series, perfect for those who love dark romantic tales with bite and fans of Sarah J. Maas or Jennifer L. Armentrout.

©2023 Carissa Broadbent (P)2023 Podium Audio

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Great little add-on

I didn’t have much love for Vale in the rest of the series (although I liked Lilith)- I didn’t understand how their relationship worked, and why he was so protective, and I honestly I thought he was a bit boring… but this novella has COMPLETELY changed my mind! It was a great little palate cleanser while waiting for Book 3. Nice wee story, set in a familiar world, that was still exciting even though I knew the ending.

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it was ok

the story was good but it could have had more things added feels like there was no story line apart from just giving roses like want was the point of them apart from remembering her

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Great Narration

Great narration, good book. Not as good as crowns of Nyaxia B1, but not a bad way to spend a few hrs.

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