John Monroe was kidnapped at eight years old by the Devil
himself. He was raised without love or affection. Tortured
and stripped of his humanity, he was taught evil as a way of
life. He obeyed orders from the Devil thoughtlessly. He was
the Devil's perfect assassin. John's soul was black and
owned by the Devil himself. When John is sent on another
mission with no thoughts other than to kill his next victim,
he finds Rachel.
Rachel is pure innocence, a golden soul. She is Nephilim,
half human, half angel. She has been sheltered from the
world her entire life. When her grandmother dies, her
uncle, who Rachel believes to be evil with greed, will become
her guardian, she decides to set out on her own.
John finally catches up with Rachel at an inn as she falls
down the steps and bumps her head. She can't remember who
she is or what she is. John seizes this opportunity and
to his advantage. He is entranced by Rachel. She is
everything that he never had in his life.
He wants to own her...to bed her.
When Rachel regains her memory of who and what she is, will
she still love John or will he loose her forever?
Linda Hays-Gibbs brings readers though another
inspirational tale of Good vs. Evil. Her characters are able
to grow their relationship based on trust, forgiveness, and
of course love.
An Angel ignites passion in his heart but can this black
Soul ever really love her?
John Monroe had done unspeakable evil in his miserable
life. He thought nothing of the order to kill this woman
until his eyes feasted on her beauty. He was stunned by his
reaction to her.
Rachael dared to dream of a love, nothing could stop. She
had to find out if the man in her dreams was real. She
would learn to control her strange powers. Sensing evil
with her five senses was a curse she lived with until she
fell and lost her memory and her heart.
Is there any way I could get this wonderful review up at Amazon and Barnes and Noble. I tried to put it up but I can't, they will not accept it so please if you have time put it up for me. Thank you so much for your time and consideration in this matter. Sincerely, Linda Hays-Gibbs (Linda Hays-Gibbs 11:10pm March 19, 2013)