When angels fall, Hell will rise.
Lucifer isn’t Hell’s only devil. When a powerful angel purposely abandons Heaven, their descent creates a new level of torment in Hell’s Kingdom. If only it didn’t take me nearly dying by the hands of my ex-fiancé to discover this. I could’ve begged for a miracle or at least mercy.
Now, the best I can hope for is a crappy deal with Hell’s most notorious ruler and some twisted help from my new devil soul keepers.
Lucifer, Kase, and Dante need me to force the rest of their traitorous brethren to fall from grace and take their rightful places to bring Hell’s Kingdom to its intended glory. I’m the only one who can complete the task—whether or not I want to—because of my angel-kissed soul. I unknowingly made an angel fall in another life and am the perfect angel bait.
Corrupting some angels sounds easy...right? Unfortunately, the divine brethren aren’t the sweet, innocent angels I’ve heard about. These guys are fierce and won’t think twice before smiting me. To survive the power struggle between the angels and devils and save my soul, I need to embrace my wicked side or summon a miracle. If I can’t, my eternity is over. The rulers of Hell and the saviors of Heaven will rip me apart. My soul will burn.
Corrupting angels should be fun. But damn it. It’s more soul-crushing and infuriating work than I expected. Especially when Lucifer, AKA Lucian, is a lying sack of demon guts and would much prefer to rule Hell alone.
Yeah...no. That doesn’t work for me. If he gets his way and I fail, I’ll lose my soul. I’ll lose my chance at helping the Seven Sinners of Hell’s Kingdom to rise with me taking the throne of Purgatory.
And unfortunately, Lucian’s not my only problem. One of the angels that was supposed to jump and create a new level of Hell as its ruler has already fallen from grace. He’s mortal and bound to a bottom feeder demon. How the hell am I supposed to complete my mission for my soul when the universe is out to get me? I guess I’ll find out.
Four more thrones that must be claimed and my current collection of devils need me to fill them to secure our eternities. I can’t let them down.
Plus, I’m not a big fan of being Lucifer’s little toy forever. He’s not my type of psycho. He should be the one to bow to me.
I had no idea how much I wanted to take Purgatory's throne and rule Hell with the Seven Sinners. Too bad the most notorious devil would prefer to rule alone.
If only that was the worst of it. My soulmate’s health declines, and I must kill him to guide his soul to Hell and help him take his throne. How can I murder the one who is responsible for my angel-kissed soul? I don’t have a choice, though. If I fail to do it, Hell will never rise, and someone needs to put Lucian in his place before he destroys everything. Kase, Dante, Micah, and Andre claim it needs to be me. I guess if I can break some angels, a devil shouldn’t be a problem, right? At least, that’s what I keep telling myself.
As my tasks change and I have to rearrange my priorities, I need to find out what’s worth fighting for in life and if in the end, I can handle whatever Heaven and Hell throw at me. If I don’t, my soul will never belong to me again.
I didn’t think life could get any worse. Once you’ve gone to Hell, things should only look up, right? Wrong. Looking up is figuratively where my enemies wait to smite me. The angelic army might have stopped Hell from creating another level, but it’s not over. They haven’t won.
And now they know it.
With my soulmate missing and a new revelation threatening to send Heaven’s army our way to start the apocalypse, I have to find Elias and break two more angels. Unfortunately, it’s not as easy. Pride and sloth require different tactics. I have to prove that their purposes no longer follow Heaven’s path. They need to follow me down, even if I have to drag them to their thrones in Hell myself.