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Love can stand the test of time. Can it rise above the taint of Hell?

Age of Gray, Book 1

Lady Katherine Blakely is married to a monster. On the same night she witnesses how low her husband can sink, she meets a charming stranger, a gentleman from top to toe. Yet even her gallant rescuer is possessed of a dark side.

Lord George Draconis Thornton, commander of the Dominus Daemonum, is on a mission to expel the demon prince Damas back to the underworld. But a golden-haired beauty derails his plans and stirs an attraction he’s never felt before, not even for his centuries-dead wife.

Discovering Lord Blakely is in league with Damas, George sweeps Katherine away from the chaos and devilry threatening her life. With every touch, their love grows by joyful leaps and bounds.

Sensing his enemy’s vulnerability, Damas kidnaps Katherine to his hellish lair, where he wages a sensual assault on her defenses. As George tears at heaven and earth to find her, he is painfully aware of only one way to save her soul. The cost will break her heart…and destroy his own.

Warning: Contains wolves in gentlemen’s clothing, a precipitous descent into Hell, and a frightening glimpse of a post-apocalyptic world where angels and demons wage war for dominion on earth.

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    Rich Imagery, Characters, and Heart

    Wow. Just holy cow and wow. I went into this story having read all of the Vessel series, so I was totally stymied at how Juliette would make George and Kat's story work. I mean, come on...it's romance. It HAS to have a HEA. She did it. And not only did she do it, but she wove in beautiful history and rich details for an absolutely stunning result. I loved the romance, I loved the imagery, and I loved the characters--all the same details I appreciated in her previous works. But this story has to be her most impressive to date. It's deep with heart-wrenching emotion and sometimes difficult situations. And as traitorous as it might make me, she even managed to make me feel some sympathy for Damas. Yeah, it was that good. I can't wait for the next one!!

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    good but not quite for me.

    Independent reviewer for Paranormal Romance and Authors That Rock, I was gifted my copy of this book. Lady Katherine is married to a monster of the human kind. Lord George dances with Katherine and seals her fate with a monster of the demonkind. George must save Katherine before it's too late. This is, I believe, a spin off from The Vessel trilogy, and I have not read those. I did not feel I was missing anything by not doing. There is some overlap, after reading the blurbs of those books, of those and this one. I liked this, I really did but I have some reservations. I found it slow going to start. I wanted to wind it up and get on with it. I didn't like Katherine, at all, not once through the book. When George came to explain what he was to Katherine, it sort of assumed you knew what was what, and Katherine did, suddenly, fully understand all the implications of being with George and what that would mean to her and her life. Their enforced separation? I didn't feel it, not really. And their reunion? Didn't work for me. Will I read the next book? Possibly. I liked Cross' style of writing, I loved the historical part of the book. I loved the way she portrayed Katherine and George's love for each other, even if I didn't like Katherine. A good book, with a solid story and writing, but it didn't quite work for me. 3 stars **same worded review will appear on Goodreads, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com upon release**

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