Picking up from the ending of Part 1, Luno and Tobias must work together to defeat the great evil that threatens the lands of Thymestrys. What could stand in their way? An Angel? A Demon? A God? A mix of the two?
In the land between the rivers, near the banks of the river Tigris, lies a sleepy village where something dark is stirring. Epheriel, the angel assigned to watch over this village, senses hatred and ill will toward the village hero Jair, though it knows not from whom. Epheriel wants to protect Jair, who is the most beautiful mortal it has ever seen, but is it worth revealing divinity and risking the wrath of Heaven?
This is the follow up to "A Fairy Out of Her Tale - Dear Diary". Can probably be read on its own, but it's not recommended.
Nessa is a fairy who lost her powers because she killed her step-father. Only, her tale is not so straight-forward as that. Demons are out there doing whatever they want and destroying the world because angels can't be bothered to stop them. So it's up to the fairies, dwarves, giants, shape-shifters and merefolk to do the right thing and fight the war nobody wanted or asked for. And then survive to tell the tale...
It’s been eight months since the last battle that decided Earth’s fate. Like a tide, trouble has risen up once again. The enemy is old and new at the same time. They’re after something. Something that could spell the end for not only the world but the entire universe.
Chad and the other Chosen are called to arms to stop this new enemy in their tracks. It becomes a race to beat them before they can accomplish their goal of finding Heaven’s Trumpet, the ultimate weapon. Ready, set, go…
Duncan has always lived in his fraternal twin brother's shadow. Dustin was blond, muscular and popular, while Duncan was brown-haired, miniscule and pathetic. That was until the long lost brother of Dustin's girlfriend comes back a decade later after being missing during a family vacation in the Philippines. There is something strange about the man who seems to be carrying more baggage than what he left behind and the way he looks at Duncan with those blue eyes is just the beginning.
Father Allen is one of the few whose duty it is to visit Heaven and hear the confessions of the fallen angels. To give absolution if he feels the regret is sincere. Without the priest's absolution, the fallen angel cannot go before God to ask for forgiveness.