Blackfeather Book 1

Blackfeather

Book 1 of the Blackfeather Novels

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SYNOPSIS

Forget vampires!

 Only angels know that true love is worth falling for…

 One wrong may impact a lifetime, but for an angel, it can have repercussions for eternity.

 Exiled from Heaven, Ashrafel must walk the earth a fallen angel, until he can right the wrong that  cost a human life. He waits patiently for the soul of the woman he loves to be reborn, never knowing  if this will be the last time, or if he will be doomed to repeat the mistakes of his past and lose her again.

 Kate, fixated on the past and reluctant to live in the present, discovers a hidden casket beneath the floor of her local church and is compelled to discover the secret it contains. When she does, she is faced with the most important dilemma of her life. Can she overcome the past and find a way to send Ashrafel home or will she succumb to the evil that stalks her and send him to Hell?

Either way she will lose the man she loves.

Both of them need saving, from themselves, from evil, from Hell, but the past and the man that wants Ashrafel’s soul for himself, is catching up with them and time is running out.

Blackfeather is a fast paced paranormal romance with historical elements, vivdly brought to life with well researched detail. A cast of strong characters pull the reader along through a thrilling and sophisticated philosophical drama that unfolds against the backdrop of a five hundred year long love story. 

READ CHAPTER ONE

REVIEWS

Wow. I was floored by this work – very well written, great flow, characters the modern reader can really relate to, & a mystery that unfolds a love spanning centuries. Carefully touches on the “good vs. evil” concept with the bare essence of the theme, avoiding making any religious debate. Beware some disturbing imagery, which the author handles with tact, but really is essential to the story.
I can usually jump right into the next book in my queue, but this one has left my mind reeling with new concepts, perspectives, and wondering how we define acts in need of forgiveness. Excellent read! 

Nook Review.

They say that every story has already been told in one way or another, but I don’t think I have come across one like this before. Kindle Review.

This book was wonderful, i loved it. I can’t wait to read the next book in the series.  Nook Review

Got to be one of the best books I’ve read in a long time. Couldn’t put it down, gripped me from the start. iTunes Review.

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