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It's all come down to this.
The final battle between Angels and Exiles is about to begin in this stunning conclusion to the must-read series Entertainment Weekly calls "addictive."
Two years ago, Violet Eden walked away from her home, her friends, the Academy, and hardest of all, she walked away from her soul mate, Lincoln.
But it's time to stop running.
Violet must find out who she really is―and exactly what she is capable of―before the abilities the angels gave her are turned against them. She is all that stands between the forces of good and evil...
It's time to make a choice
Grigori from arming up—not even the conductors. Steph had stayed by Salvatore’s side until he had left with Zoe and their team. I could see the fear in her eyes but, even more, her strength and acceptance that this would be her life if she was going to commit to being by this man’s side. Steph, Dapper, and Onyx remained with the navy, who had anchored their ships with the intention of pulling back into the city on foot. They had taken Spence and Chloe with them and would push back as many of the
has a tabernacle. The first tabernacle I had come across had been in Jordan, and in an offering of exile and Grigori blood, it had produced the ancient scriptures once hidden away by angels. I now understood from where Sammael was drawing the extra power that would help him cross the realms—a relic from the time when angels walked on the earth, imbued with their power. Sammael looked at his watch. “We only have minutes left. Fill it.” The women standing behind Sammael stepped back, as if
in close, kissing me lightly just below the ear. “Have I mentioned how damn sexy your hair is?” When I started to shake my head, he stopped me by kissing me again, on the lips this time. “Just when I thought you couldn’t be any more stunning, you prove me wrong.” He watched my reaction until he was satisfied that my embarrassment had gone and then planted a quick kiss on my forehead. “You know you’re incredible, right?” I blushed. Only Lincoln could have made me suddenly love my new hair in
with Jonathan and many of the battles they’d encountered, but every now and then, I would ask her a specific question, and she would just go blank. Every choice has a consequence, and this was one of hers. As for Dad, as great as it was for me to see him so full of life, he constantly struggled knowing what I faced and had to fight against when I went out at night. And then there was the love thing. I was so happy for them. I barely recognized Dad without the haunted, sad eyes that I’d only
words as yet another piece fell into place. “You knew he’d die for me.” “Yes. I did.” I took a few moments to take it all in, Mom allowing me the time. Finally, I sighed. “Do you know of an exile called Sammael?” I asked. “He’s an exile of light. Very powerful. He had ties with Lilith and we were aware of him, but…I’m sorry Violet, my memory…” She trailed off and I could sense her frustration. She hadn’t known she would pay this price to become wholly human again, that her memory of her