C.N. Crawford

C.N. Crawford is not one person but two. They write their novels collaboratively, passing their laptops back and forth to edit each other’s words.

Christine is from Lexington, Massachusetts and has has a lifelong interest in New England folklore–with a particular fondness for creepy old cemeteries and execution histories. Nick spent his childhood reading fantasy and science fiction during Vermont’s long winters, which have rendered him impervious to the cold.

You can visit their website here or follow them on Instagram here or join their Facebook group here.

Bibliography

  • Demon Queen Trials
    City of Thorns (#1)
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  • Demon Queen Trials
    Lord of Embers (#2)
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  • Demon Queen Trials
    Garden of Serpents (#3)
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  • Hades Castle
    Fallen (#1)
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  • Hades Castle
    Rapture (#2)
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  • Hades Castle
    Possessed (#3)
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  • Norse Elves
    Cursed Prince (#1)
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  • Norse Elves
    Ruined King (#2)
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  • Norse Elves
    Shadow Empress (#3)
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  • Dark Fae FBI
    Agent of Enchantment (#1)
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  • Dark Fae FBI
    Fallen Fae (#1.1)
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  • Dark Fae FBI
    Agent of Chaos (#2)
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  • Dark Fae FBI
    Agent of Darkness (#3)
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  • Dark Fae FBI
    Agent of the Fae (#4)
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  • Frost & Nectar
    Frost (#1)
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  • FORTH
    Frost & Nectar
    Ambrosia (#2)
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Reviews

Demon Queen Trials

City of Thorns (#1)
"Rowen is a fabulous character. She’s quirky, has mad survival skills, can fight like a pro, is sexy and self-aware...She is BRILLIANT. This is a girl who has the survival mindset nailed and a very specific set of tools at her disposal. Even without Demon magic, she is amazing!"

Smexy Books

"The City of Thorns is well formed and described, the plot moves quickly, and the writing is good. I would have liked to have a little more descriptions, but overall it was still a book that pulled me into the world and left me wanting more. If you like fantasy based in our world with demons, the occult, mystery and enjoy some spice this might be a book and series that you’d be in."

Mommy Thrives

"I think this is a pretty solid start to a series. I like the world building and enjoyed getting to know Rowan and some of her mysterious background. I love Orion of course and not because he’s a handsome demon but he is snarky and I love snark."

Past Midnight

"Now, when I started reading "City of Thorns," I found myself smiling every time there was a similarity with another book. It didn't feel like C.N. Crawford was 'borrowing' scenes or aspects from other authors. It was funny actually. There were bits of "Fifty Shades of Grey," of Emily in Paris, and specially of "Blood and Ash." The more I thought about the book, the more it felt like an evolution of a fanfiction of Jennifer Armentrout's book. That said, when you go to sleep at 5 am because you couldn't stop reading until it was finished, that means the book was good. Isn't it? I don't care if at some point there were bits and pieces of other stories in here. The book still felt different. It had everything I needed, action, suspense, romance, and fantasy. Some mysteries were uncover so you can feel the victory there as a reader. However, there's still more to learn and more to enjoy."

Fae Reviews

"I also enjoyed the world-building that went into this piece. It was a nice, refreshing look on demonology. I feel like there was just enough to make me feel like I was in another world, with the appropriate level of familiarity that there weren’t overly large lore dumps to trudge through."

Ivy Whitaker

"Loved this! I had an awesome time reading it. It kept me turning pages and incredibly interested to see what would happen next. I found myself totally engrossed in the story."

K.F. Breene, bestselling author of the Deliciously Dark Fairytales series

"I flew through this book... Hot demon lord—check. Action—check. Romance—check. And there's spice! If you love my books, you definitely want to read this one."

Laura Thalassa, author of the Bewitched series

Lord of Embers (#2)
"I love Orion and Rowan’s interactions. They clearly can’t deny the attraction between them, but they also both have a desire to rule – so who is it going to be? There is tension and humor, which I enjoy. There’s also a spicy scene which was fun while it lasted."

Past Midnight

"If you like fantasy based in our world with demons, the occult, mystery and enjoy some spice this might be a book and series that you’d be in."

Mommy Thrives

"My earlier praise of Crawford’s writing and world-building still stands. I adored everything: the flow, the voice, the pacing."

Ivy Whitaker

Garden of Serpents (#3)
"All in all, this was a very complete piece, a lot of action, great characters, enough tension and suspense and a cute ending. I hope you give it a try!"

Fae Reviews

Hades Castle

Norse Elves

Dark Fae FBI

Frost & Nectar

Awards & Accolades

Demon Queen Trials

City of Thorns (#1)
USA

Amazon: #36 in the Kindle store, #4 in the Paranormal, #7 in the Fantasy, and #8 in the Paranormal Demons & Devils Romance categories

Lord of Embers (#2)
USA

Amazon: #33 in the Kindle store overall, #20 in Paranormal Demons & Devils Romance, #27 in Vampire Romances, and #31 in Fairy Tale Fantasy categories

Garden of Serpents (#3)
USA

Amazon: #12 in the overall Kindle store, #68 in Romantic Fantasy, #79 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy, #91 in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy categories

Hades Castle

Norse Elves

Dark Fae FBI

Frost & Nectar

Frost (#1)
USA

#1 Bestseller in Paranormal & Urban Fantasy and New Adult Urban Fantasy on the Amazon store

USA

#1 New Release in Fairy Tale Fantasy on the Amazon store

USA

#36 in the Kindle store on Amazon