Revelation is the final installment in R.K. Ryals Redemption Series. She definitely saved the best for last! No wadding in shallow end. She dove right in. Expect fireworks from beginning to end. This story demands to be read in one sitting. You can’t put it down. Prepare to be bewitched by the engaging R.K. Ryals. This story is intense and high energy. It’s an emotional, tumultuous, edge of your seat, death grip on the kindle kind of read. Each chapter rotates between Marcus and Dayton’s POV so you get to see the story from both sides and in this one you want it. You need it. It adds perspective and depth to the story. Revelation brings back Conor, Monroe, Luther, Lucas and Sophia. All the players are here for this earth shattering ending. And in true Ryals fashion, there is love, heartache and sacrifice. The perfect ending to a fantastic series.
I love R.K. Ryals. Whether I am reading her paranormal romance or her southern lit, she just speaks to me. I love her strong characters and the lessons I feel I have learned from her stories. You get the sense that she puts so much of herself into her writing. I think that is one of the main ingredients that make her book so awesome. I look forward to reading more of her books.
There is a prophecy forbidding Angels from ever being with Demons. Love cannot exist between the races.
The prophecy wasn't supposed to concern Dayton Blainey and Marcas Craig, a hybrid Demon ruler and a Naphil.
But there are those who believe otherwise.
Torn asunder by a fear much bigger than themselves and the threat of celestial war, Marcas and Dayton will fight for a love that never should have existed.
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Marcas Craig's POV:
... Stunned, Luther's head shot up. "Good God, did he just offer to take me to church?"
Conor glanced between Abner and the Demon of Lust. "Do you even know who he is?"
The man frowned.
Leaning casually against the wall, I let my eyes trail from the floor to the stooped man. For a prophet, he knew little. "That, sir, is my brother, one of the Seven Deadly Sins and a Prince of Hell."
Abner's eyes widened, the blood draining from his face.
Luther grinned. "I take it you rescind the offer?"
The man swallowed hard, steeling himself. Even stooped and aged, he was strong. Maybe not physically, but mentally he was a fighter. "It'd be a challenge, but--"
Luther's chuckle interrupted him. "You are a delusional man, but I respect your audacity." He leaned close. "Unless you want orgies behind the pulpit, I'd not make the offer again."
The man gasped. "You wouldn't!"
Luther's brow rose. "What the orgie? Or behind the pulpit?"
Lucas slapped Abner on the back hardily, the fallen Angel's grip on the prophet's shirt keeping the man from falling. "Never tempt a Demon with the impossible, and that one," he hooked his thumb at Luther, "likes the impossible."
(I love this scene! ~Lynn)
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