A hard-as-nails cop with a secret bloodline.
An undercover hunter out for vengeance.
A world that will pay for the sins of the angels.
Homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis is up against a vicious serial killer unlike any she’s ever known. She has neither time nor patience for the irritating new partner abruptly assigned to her. Especially when that partner is arrogant, high-handed, and intent on getting in her way at every turn–and when he has wings that only she can see.
A millennium ago, Aramael sentenced his brother to eternal exile for crimes against humanity. Now the fallen angel has escaped and is wreaking murderous havoc in the mortal realm. To find him, Aramael must play second to a human police officer whose very lineage threatens his mission—and whose unexpected ability to see him for who he really is threatens his soul.
Now the fallen one is coming for Alex. If he succeeds, he could trigger the apocalypse itself. Can Alex and Aramael overcome the tension flaring between them in time to capture him? Or will they end up committing a sin even more unspeakable than his?
A detective in a race against time
Homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis is still reeling from the loss of her soulmate and her brush with death at the hands of a Fallen Angel. The last thing she needs is to get involved again in the ongoing tug-of-war between Heaven and Hell. But when she sees a familiar face plastered across a nationwide police bulletin, she knows she has no choice.
An exiled angel turned assassin
Seth Benjamin is back on Earth, and as the only mortal aware of his true nature, Alex needs to act fast if she’s going to help him stop Armageddon. But with agents of both Heaven and Hell—including her former soulmate—also in pursuit, she’s in a desperate race to see who finds him first.
A world teetering on the brink of disaster
Can Alex find Seth and gain his trust in time? Or will her fight to save him send the world over the edge into the very chaos she’s trying to prevent?
She’s fighting to save the world
Homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis’s world is falling apart. With the pact between Heaven and Hell shattered, Lucifer is building an army of Nephilim, intent on destroying humanity at last. Alex fights desperately to save the world from its own panic, leaving little time for her fledgling—and rocky—relationship with Seth Benjamin, the man who abandoned Heaven to be with her.
He refuses to let her go
Then Nephilim children begin to disappear, including Alex’s own vulnerable niece, and the impending war becomes as personal as sin…especially when she learns that Heaven has its own plans to fight the coming apocalypse. But first it needs Seth back—and it needs Alex to convince him.
Betrayal is inevitable
Asked to betray the man she loves, Alex turns for help to the (Feels a bit awkward…can you change to shorter like “Alex must seek help from the…”.) soulmate she thought she’d given up—the Archangel Aramael, who may be her last chance to save her family and humanity from the end of days…if Seth’s jealousies don’t destroy her first.
Heaven and Hell are at war
Homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis’s niece is missing and pregnant with Lucifer’s child, her sister has descended into madness, and humanity has begun a relentless spiral toward self-destruction that Alex is desperate to stop. Now Michael, the Archangel she holds responsible for Earth’s plight, has returned—and he’s demanding her help to track a missing god.
Heaven is losing
Fighting for the very survival of his own realm—and that of humanity—Michael’s only chance to defeat Hell lies in returning Heaven’s long-lost daughter to her throne before it’s too late. But first he’ll have to convince Alex to help him—and keep her out of Hell’s clutches long enough for her to do so.
There can be no right choices
In a desperate bid to save both their worlds, Alex and Michael must put aside their animosity and find a way to work together in the face of increasingly impossible decisions…and unimaginable sacrifice.
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