A good demon?
Ezra is a timekeeper in Hell, responsible for building and maintaining the clocks that tick away eternal torment. He’s never believed he deserves to be in Hell, and when the reason he’s there is revealed, he’s horrified…yet filled with hope. But is this just another form of torture? When Ezra’s given a chance to go to the surface, he’s determined to uncover the truth, but his fellow demons seem just as determined he won’t survive the journey.
A bad angel?
Roman doesn’t understand why an angel who failed his training the first time round has been given the job of policing paranormals in the UK’s capital city. He’s consumed by unhappiness. He might not be in Hell, but sometimes it damn well feels like it.
When Roman meets Ezra his failings come back to haunt him. Ezra makes him want to break the rules, but an angel protecting a demon? Discovery would bring an eternity of suffering, and with a boss none other than the archangel Michael, it’ll take more than a miracle for the lovers to stand together.
I couldn’t put in down. I fell asleep reading it, read it at the doctors office, doctor said a was flushed….. um yeah….. great scene between those two right then…. came home finished it.
Ezra, your heart breaks for him. wondering how he can be so forgiving, be nice, tenderhearted when everyone and everything around him was not and is not. And Roman, doing his best to be the good angel when all he feels like that he has failed and chooses self punishment as a coping method.
The journey that these two embark on is an amazing one. The descriptions of the struggles that Erza has to go through, in Hell and climbing out of it. And then on the surface. What Roman went through before he died and in the hands of the other angels.
And of course the double twist at the end.