Aequitas II Punishment [MultiFormat]
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eBook by a.c. Mason
eBook Category: Fantasy
eBook Description: Will the battle for aequitas freedom cost the balance between good and evil? Aequitas--part angel and demon, fight for their freedom and march to heaven's doorstep. Rebel leader Etienne Grant kidnaps his wife and vows to punish her disobedience. Once retribution is paid, Auria will command his army in a most ambitious venture--defeating all the angels in heaven. Auria can do nothing but surrender for the safety of her sons. Once in Grant's clutches, she realizes he wields an even greater whip as he fights for her heart and loyalty. Enemy alliances are forged as they prepare to bring down the Kingdom of God. But the archangels won't let victory slip from their grasp so easily. The battle for freedom might cost the balance between good and evil, but will it damn their souls for eternity?
eBook Publisher: Lyrical Press, Inc., Published: 2011, 2011
Fictionwise Release Date: January 2011
The night sky studded with stars held infinite vacancy, much like the path she descended into.
Once she'd been a general, but she'd been seduced by a very clever man pretending to be a very caring man. Now she was mother to his young, and unable to protect them from the person who could hurt them the most. Their father, Grant.
Every thought or feeling she allowed would be known by him, which meant each sensation betrayed her.
"Such dramatics from you." He skimmed her chin with his knuckles. "Did I not warn you of the consequences when you vanished in another man's arms?"
"Oh, you mean when you said, 'I will hunt you down, my lamb,'?" Power radiated from his form in waves, pulsating.
"Have I not kept my word?" The ridges of his sculpted abdomen brushed her skin, flickering flames in her body. Since she'd taken her leave from him, he'd spent his time strengthening his abilities.
How far-reaching were his powers? What was he? Aequitas were part humanoid, angel and demon. However, born from a human mother and an aequitas father, he contained those in his very genetics. What did that make him?