A hard-as-nails copHomicide detective Alexandra Jarvis is up against a serial killer unlike any she's ever encountered. She has neither time nor patience for the arrogant new partner assigned to her in the middle of the case, but he seems hellbent on getting in her way—and under her skin—at every turn.An undercover hunterA millennium ago, Aramael sentenced his own brother to eternal exile. Now the fallen angel is back and wreaking murderous havoc in the mortal realm, and it's up to Aramael to stop him—and to keep the stubborn human police officer out of his path.A world made to pay for the sins of the angelsWith tensions flaring between them and Alex's uncanny ability to see him for who he really is, Aramael's mission and his soul are both in serious danger. Can he and Alex work together to capture the fallen one? Or will Aramael end up committing a sin more unspeakable than that of his brother?
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I freakin loves this book! So many interwoven details I had to join the mailing list to get the second book!However, if you are not willing to open your mind to different approaches of storytelling of God; and strictly adhere to the ‘God is a Man’ trope then I’m afraid this book is not for you. It’s been very interesting reading the musings between angels and archangels and the One. I’ve had some of the same misgivings about an omnipotent being.
Angels who don’t respect God
The book is full of nasty language. Main character of the book is Nephilim and falls in love with an angel. At one point she decided God (a female who is getting too old and is referred to as "The One") is at fault for allowing evil on the earth. God is referred to as 'she' throughout the book.