Chronicles of the Fallen, Book 2
All whisper his name in fear, for The Seer was the right hand of Lucifer, the Collector of Souls. Condemned by Heaven, a fugitive from Hell, Niklas’s only hope for salvation lies in protecting the innocent from demons bent on ravaging mankind
After uncovering a plot to overthrow Lucifer, Niklas and his compatriots scramble to retrieve crucial Sacred Relics before the plot’s mastermind gets to them. For if Lucifer falls, so too shall fall the barriers between Earth and Hell.
Carly Danner’s life is turned upside down when she stumbles upon a demon summoning, plunging her into a dangerous realm of temptation and forbidden love. Left with no choice, she must trust the most unlikely of protectors, a darkly sensual demon with a fearsome reputation.
As the tangled web of desire and betrayal draws her deeper, Carly walks a blurred line between good and evil. And Niklas must decide if redemption is worth losing the woman who stole his heart.
Contains a demon willing to put the world at risk for the love of one woman, and an innocent human who would sell her soul to save the demon she can’t live without. And so continues the journey of six fallen demons and the women who capture their hearts.
I absolutely adore a good Paranormal Romance Story. This one did not disappoint me at all! The Seer is book two in the Chronicles of the Fallen series, so I thought I would be a little lost since I have not read book one. But, there were enough details throughout the story without it being too much.
Niklas fell from heaven and is now a demon. A very sexy demon! Carly is a headstrong woman who fell into the wrong place at the wrong time. She wakes up and is tied to a tree, in the middle of a demonic ritual. There was a lot of push/pull about the redemption of the demons and humankind. But, the overall relationship between Niklas and Carly made up for that! He was charming, sexy, and oh so yummy! Carly was headstrong, kick-ass, and tough as nails. Together, they made a great pair.
The world building was just ok for me. But, the dialogue was hysterical! I LOVED the banter between the characters…..I could not help but giggle at a lot of the book! Overall, this was a fun, good, story that I enjoyed.