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I Declare War
Serah always believed the world around her was perfect. As a Power, one of the warrior angels, she has spent her existence defending the innocent from evil. After tragedy strikes, tearing Serah’s brother from her life, she’s given the task of stopping the approaching apocalypse before it’s too late.
Only one thing, though: she has to venture to Hell to do it.
Lucifer—or Luce, as he prefers to be called—has been biding his time in Hell, longing for revenge against those who oh-so-easily cast him into the pit. When the heavenly beauty shows up at his gate, he’s just as captivated by her presence as she becomes of him. The attraction between them is palpable, and Serah’s willpower slowly slips. How can this charming creature, this scarred Archangel, be the one annihilating the world she so loves?
As the war wages on, the world entwined in chaos, Serah starts questioning everything she ever knew. When the light and dark, hot and cold, finally collide, she has to make a choice—a choice that sets her world on fire, black and white exploding into colorful flames.
Serah has questions. She wants answers.
Luce just wants to play a game.
The moment the short-lived apocalypse came to an end, life returned to normal. Mortals continued on with their oblivious existences while the earth healed and flowers again bloomed, the devastation instantly wiped away. It was as if it had never happened.
But it did.
Luce knows. He’s cursed to remember every moment, forced to live with everything he has done. Suddenly finding himself out of confinement, he’s faced with a decision: where to call “home”. Free will turns out not to be the freedom he expects when the only thing he wants doesn’t know he exists.
Serah woke up with no memory of where she came from or who she was before that moment. Struggling to adapt to the world as a mortal, she’s haunted by a set of bright blue eyes that always seem to be watching her. She can’t shake the feeling that he could be her salvation… if only she can remember him before it’s too late.
Lucifer didn’t fall from Grace alone. He’s not the only angel with a grudge, nor is he the only one fascinated by his beautiful mortal.
The road to Hell is paved with good intentions…
Just finished this piece of work. Before starting this series I was like ‘ok, we will see are these books will be so great like monster is his eyes’. And what can I say? What a book! It was even better than Monster In His Eyes!! Wow! I couldn’t believe that the same author can write amazing books in different genres.
This series is about good and bad; God and Devil. Sounds interesting right?
It’s a story about angel name Sarah and her task. Task to make Devil stop war. She asked him to stop and what do you think? No, he didn’t end it. So angel Sarah was coming to him plenty of times…until one day Satan stole her grace and left hell. Sarah has become traitor. But don’t you think that Satan was bad. Yes, he stole the most precious think from her, but he become in love with her. Yes, Devil himself was in love with angel. After war he was in love not with angel but woman too…
After finishing first one I couldn’t hold myself, I immediately grabbed second one! When in Reignite (Book #2) I was reading about death, I was like ’no, please, don’t end everything like that!’ and THANK GOD! This series HAVE HAE! Hallelujah!!
Recapitulating everything I can say that Miss Darhower has brilliant mind! She shows us that even in bad you can always find good. Now I definitely will read all J.M. Darhower’s books!