Farran de Clare, loyal member of the cursed Knights Templar, wants nothing to do with predestined mates. Even the Almighty won’t turn him into a fool again - he’d rather sacrifice his soul. Yet in the scientist Noelle Keane, a devout atheist, Farran meets the seraph designed for him.
Once, Tane du Breuil fought side by side with his immortal Templar brothers. But after he betrayed the Order, he retreated to the solitude of the homeless shelter he created. He must now prove himself as worthy to both his brethren and the archangels. Yet when his seraph walks into the Temple, he's tempted with a fate he knows he doesn't deserve.
As darkness drains the life out of his soul, immortal Templar knight Declan MacNeill can think of little else but the call of Azazel's unholy promises. Locked away in the pits of the holy Order's temple, his fate is all but sealed. He will die in shame, a pawn in a game of power, and a disgrace to his loyal brethren. Only the knowledge his seraph exists has stayed the executioner's blade.
After the brutal murder of his seraph, Iain Donnelly's salvation is eternally lost. Damned to become a dark knight of Azazel, he can no longer embrace his immortal purpose as a Templar Knight. When the archangels send him on Sabbatical to find his faith once more, his quest leads him straight into the forbidden arms of a Benedictine Sister, whom Azazel is threatening. But this woman arouses far more than his protective instincts. He wants her as he's wanted no other woman, and he's willing to provoke the archangels’ fury to keep her safe.
Centuries ago, Templar knights defied the archangels and unearthed the copper scroll that revealed the locations of the gates to hell. Cursed for their forbidden act, they now roam the Earth, protecting mankind from evil.
But darkness stalks them, and battles they fight bring them ever closer to eternal damnation. One promise remains to give them salvation - the return of the seraphs.
"Very selfish heroine..Not likable at all.."
When archaeologist Chloe Broussard accepts the contract to lead a dig in Ornes, France, she has no idea she will uncover the Veil of Veronica. When she does, she discovers a danger far greater than the demonic presence stalking her at night. Azazel wants her, as well as the Veronica, and his chosen minion is her brother. Her hope lies with immortal Templar Knight Lucan. Her life depends on oaths she knows nothing about.
In the wake of an Italian mobster's death, the archangels charge Immortal Templar Knight Caradoc of Asterleigh with protecting a necklace that contains Christ's tears. He vows to bring the relic home, never imagining he'll have to battle Isabelle Speranza, the only woman he's ever loved and whom he left in a futile attempt to protect her heart. Discovering she's his fated seraph changes everything. For the dark lord Azazel is hunting the Templar mates.
When Kirstin Jones agreed to work with her live-in boyfriend, Mason, on a freelance job for a wealthy client, she never thought it might destroy their relationship. But the client's keen observations show her that she's been little more than Mason's shadow. Fed up with his insensitivities, she moves out. Weeks later, desperate to stand on her own, she accepts work with the same client once again. Only this time, the project requires Mason's help. To obtain his aid, she must meet his terms. And what he wants is more than she can afford.
"Needs a better Narrator"