The Heavens will stand in the way of the love between a demon and a human…
Cold-hearted Archangel Raphael appears to Michael and offers him a proposition. If Michael kills Dante he’ll be granted the privilege of staying by Joan’s side in his human form for the rest of her life. When Michael fails to kill Dante it’s up to Raphael to fight in his place. But when Dante wins their battle he unexpectedly spares the Archangel’s life. Raphael decides to become a bartender in order to ‘defeat’ Dante in another way.
Those in Hell are also determined on keeping the fated lovers apart…
Lilith will stop at nothing to get her revenge upon Joan and orders her lover Samael to kidnap Joan and bring her to Hell. Dante forms a party of unlikely heroes to go into Hell and rescue Joan. A new ally in the form of a half-incubus joins their party. He is Tristan Savant, a chocolatier. Tristan later becomes a diabolic cupid when he uses his aphrodisiac chocolates to help Dante and Joan consummate their love.
The mystery of Alan’s family curse is finally revealed…
On St. Patrick’s day Alan earns his ‘pot of gold’ only to discover he must now pay the price in the form of Carmen’s head. An epic battle between Dante and the headless horsewoman, Arienh, takes place. With the unlikely help of Dante’s rival, Raphael, the curse is finally broken. But Dante and Joan must overcome one final hurdle before they can finally be together. Will Dante realize that the path to redemption lies in an act of self-sacrifice?
Author’s note: Swearwords and graphic sexual content have been removed to make this book more appropriate for my Teen readers. Enjoy!
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