With her love succumbing to a perilous fate, Angel faces a decision that delivers her into her enemies’ sharp clutches. If she’s able to find her brother, the god of the sun, she has a fighting chance to shift the battle between good and evil in her favor. If she fails...well, that’s a fate she won’t think about till she has to.
The fourth installment of The Eternity Series continues Angel’s adventures as she uncovers ancient secrets, meets new allies and enemies, and navigates the ever-present dangers of the seen and unseen. Her world--filled with vampires and angels, werewolves and witches--is about to get more complicated than she could ever imagine.
Channeling the moon’s energy, I raised my hands and let the electricity fly through my palms. It caught the two werewolves—my newest allies—jumping at me, and I tossed them to the ground.
“Yeah, I’m working right again,” I gloated confidently, savoring the tingle of energy. “Let’s go,” I ordered, leading the way through the forest’s labyrinth.
The coven’s whispered chants grew stronger and louder. “Spirits take flight as we open the portals on this Samhain night. Ancestors of light, we welcome you to dance with us tonight…”
The last few voices drifted into silence around the bonfire as the scared eyes refocused on my intrusion.
“Um, hi,” I said hesitantly.
No one moved. No one breathed.
“Angel?” Sam asked uncertainly.
“She’s a mirage,” a deep voice warned.
“It’s a demon!” another worried.
Sam stepped toward me warily. “Is it really you?”
I nodded. My eyes anxiously rested on the 25 Wiccans gathering behind Sam with their wands outstretched.
“But you’re dead!”
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