Perfection is achieved, not when there is nothing more to add, but when there is nothing left to take away. ~Antoine de Saint-Exupery
It’s easy to choose death when life has no meaning. Willing to sacrifice himself to protect mankind, Sarid accepts his fate—welcomes the peace it’ll bring . . . until he meets her, and suddenly finds a reason to live. But it’s too late.
Hurt. Maim. Kill.
An explosive, volatile demon lives inside Sarid.
The monster seeks murder and destruction. The man seeks peace, a silence that can only be found in death.
Until he meets her.
But his secret could ruin everything.
Trust her instincts.
Asjhone will do anything to keep her son safe. She conceals her terror during the day, but when the sun goes down, it’s locks, chains, and nightmares.
Until she meets him.
Sarid is everything she’s dreamed of. He adores her son, is kind, and would never hurt her.
But her secret could ruin everything.
Life is made up of choices.
Lose his life or lose his love? Run from her past or stand up and fight?
They must confront their pasts together, and fight for their future against demons determined to win.
Do not tell secrets to those whose faith and silence you have not already tested. ~Elizabeth I
The first novel of my Trihune series is free today!
“This book had me laughing and tapping into feelings of the main characters. I really enjoyed the story from beginning to end. I can’t wait to see what happens next.” -Kee
“Paranormal romance was my first love in literature, but after so long of reading it I found myself bored with the exception of my favorites and I slowly moved away from this genre because nothing held my attention or grabbed my interest. Until Fallen Redemption.” -B.E. Love
Killing Fallen to save mankind is Cade’s redemption for murder and only one human—mouthwatering and absolutely forbidden—stands in his way.
Cade committed himself to saving lives before he learned the full consequences of his life-altering decision. It wasn’t until he was tending his sick wife that he learned the enormity of what he’d done and he was unable to save her from the monster he had become. Consumed with guilt and praying for absolution, he threw himself into killing every Fallen he could find to save the humans he’d sworn to protect. But then Emma, deliciously mortal and completely forbidden, swept into his world, stirring an overpowering desire. Now he’s not only fighting soulless creatures, but also his inner cravings, trying to maintain his distance and continue on his path to forgiveness. He won’t lose control again and lose another love.
The second rule of survival I’d learned growing up was that if it got messy or dangerous, it was okay to run.
Running was good; anyone who said otherwise would be the first to die in a horror movie.
-Amelia LeFay, The Anatomy of Jane