Justice for Leanne [MultiFormat]
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eBook by Brigit Aine
eBook Category: Erotica
eBook Description: A demon is trying to come through the portal between Hell and the mortal world at the worst possible time for Justice and Leanne. They have just discovered, that 300 years after he saved her and made her the dusa skala, their feelings have evolved into something they would like to explore. However, they have to wait until the demon is taken care of. To add to the stress, Leanne is having difficulty accepting that it isn't the scales she balances in her hand that weigh the souls of those who want to come back, but it is actually her. Trying to deal with the fact that she is solely responsible for sending souls back to Hell or releasing them is proving to be a lot to deal with. With the help of her friend Faith, and her new found love, Justice, she works to make sure the town of Brimstone is safe.
eBook Publisher: Solstice Publishing/Solstice Publishing, Published: 2011, 2011
Fictionwise Release Date: June 2011
As another soul came through the portal, Leanne sighed and stood tall. She held the scales firmly as she caught a glimpse of Justice, the god she worked for, watching her through slit eyes. The soul stepped through taking her attention away from Justice.
"Place your hand atop mine," she intoned in a hushed voice. Leanne closed her eyes and braced for the cold that always seeped through when the souls touched her. She opened her eyes to watch the scales when she felt the soul settle within her. "The scales will now weigh your deeds, good and bad, and determine if you are able to come through."
Leanne felt her body stiffen as she soaked up the soul's energy, knowing this was one of the harsher ones she had dealt with. There seemed to be more of those lately, as if something or someone was pushing through those souls that should never be topside again. Long before she re-opened her eyes, Leanne knew this one would not pass judgment. Her own feelings were always in tune with the scales, and she knew without looking that the scales would be tipped towards darkness. Justice would step in and send the soul back through the portal.
"You have been found lacking in moral rehabilitation and are not granted access through the portal." As Leanne spoke, the soul pulled away and tried to run, but Justice was right there, hands ablaze with magic as he held the soul aloft and pushed it back through the portal from which it had just come.