Seraphim, lords of hell, angels, demons, corrupted mortals, hell spawn, and the dark creatures of nightmares. The Reign of Shadows is just starting!
Lela's a warrior of light. As a warrior of light her mission is to protect the world from the legions of demons, corrupted mortals, hell spawn, and the dark creatures of nightmares.
Cracks in the veil have opened up the war of shadows and brought it to the mortal plane, opening up the seals to the realms of angels and hell.
Lela's latest orders are to close the rift near a rundown human settlement. Ambushed by demons during her mission, she finds herself squaring off against a massive demon covered in tribal tattoos.
Tonamech—known as Mech— a tat-covered demon is one of the elite fighters under one of the nine Lords of Hell. HIs mission is to capture souls and return them to hell and fight off angel attacks.
Mech could do without angels. Any of them. Now he's fighting an angel bearing a very specific branding mark on her shoulder signifying her high rank. He takes her captive. She could provide valuable intel.
Lela's hope is to build up a burst of holy light to help her escape the demonhold. She didn't count on Mech's tenacity.
Warning: Unputdownable action-packed fantasy, with a touch of romance which features seraphim, lords of hell, angels, demons, corrupted mortals, hell spawn, and the dark creatures of nightmares.
This book lacked substance and could use more proofreading. There are a couple in depth fight sequences but the rest is glossed over. The plot is simple and doesn’t move at all, and contains a number of plot holes. No explanation is provided on how angels were able to breach the heart of Olem with the meeting room door coming down as the only warning, how Hadariel tracked Lela is never questioned, and somehow neither the blood loss nor the fall killed Lela. Arguments are repetitive. The romance is that cliche instant attraction, fated lovers. The issue I always have with these “love in a week” romances is it skips the journey and takes the agency out of it, and this book was no exception.