Nevaeh faces the overpowering gravity of her choice to save those she loves while striving for strength to fight her greatest threat - herself.
While she struggles to keep herself - and the unpredictable beast inside her - in check, she has to play the part of a Dark Celata and fulfill every wicked task they command of her, using her supernatural abilities. It's the only chance she has to get George and Gavyn back. However, with each mission she goes on, the line between the woman she used to be and the monster she's becoming grows thinner.
Archard watches the world suffer for his mistakes. In an attempt to right his wrongs - and heal the hole in his heart - he chases Nev, but every lead ends with more questions about who she is, where she comes from, and how to save her - if he can save her at all.
Will Nevaeh survive the soul-severing decision she's made?
Will those who love Nevaeh survive her?
Severance is book 2 in the Faltering Souls Trilogy from Haven Cage. Book 2 picks up precisely where the first one ended. You will need to read book 1 first.
Nev is literally in Hell in book 2. Her unorthodox decisions have placed her into the hands of the Devil but she sees it as the only way to save her family and friends - George and Gavyn. And Archard is coming unglued in his plight to save Neh.
Severance is much darker and more twisted than Falter. I assure you it is not for the faint of heart. Secrets from Nev's past come to light as she comes face to face with her parents. Once again Nev takes the fate of everyone into her own hands and makes decisions that will jeopardize Heaven and Hell.
The ending is one heck of a cliffhanger. Thankfully the trilogy is complete and i can move on to book 3.
With help from Zola, Cizin, and Vicky, Sam works to track down her old vampire lord, Vassili. While he’s been on the run for years, the team has uncovered clues of his whereabouts.
The hunt takes them down the trail of an old Civil War raid where restless spirits stir. But not even the threat of the dark-touched will stop Sam from finding the last coin. Damian risked everything to save her, and no force on earth is powerful enough to prevent her from returning the favor—even if it costs her humanity.
It all comes down to locating Vassilli and getting the cale. Samantha is absolutely vicious in her march to save Damien. Another white knuckle installment from Asher. I cannot wait for the final installment.
Now her son’s best friend is missing and feared dead, and the only clues Chantilly has are the babblings of a confused ghost who won’t accept his death.
Will Chantilly be able to decipher the obscure messages in time to save the boy, or will it be too little, too late?
As Silas explains what happened, Addie remembers the special gift Eman entrusted to her. She gives the gift to Silas, only to learn that he's the young blacksmith who fought through the Seven Choices, making Addie unsure of how to react to her old friend.
Dodging an attack from Schism, and another deadly ally to Ophidian, the group finally makes their way to Ramni, where a familiar face joins them--one Addie never wanted to see again.
If Addie can't learn to balance her new power, successfully unite the Twelve Magisters, and figure out what's going on with a new voice in her head, Ophidian will destroy all the twelve lands ...
And she'll never know who is capable of betrayal amongst her friends.
With the transfer of the Devil's Knot, it falls to Ashley to awaken the Titan known as Gaia. If any among them are to survive the ritual, painstaking preparations must be made... including care for Damian’s monstrous form.
Terrence and Vicky race to the Abyss for one mad gambit to save Damian, only to realize there is far more to Gaia than any of them could have imagined. Reeling from the revelation, the team scrambles to recover with time running out. Unrelenting, the Eldritch close in on Rivercene as the extent of Nudd’s twisted madness is exposed. When the battle fades, nothing in their world will ever be the same...
Release Date: September 8, 2020