• The Fires of War: The Tyranny of the Archangels by Steven M. Sands

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    The mortal, Edward Ignis, arrives at the gates of Heaven to learn that the paradise he waited his entire life for is not as it seems.

    A young angel of the Kingdom, by the name of Bethrael, embarks on a personal mission to hunt the ancient demon responsible for the slaughter of her brothers and sisters.

    The two quickly find themselves on opposite ends of an ancient conflict between the Kingdom of Eden and the remnants of Olympus and Asgard. Though they believe themselves to be unimportant, the decisions they make will forever alter the shape of the land they occupy.

    Fires of War takes the Heaven vs Hell trope and adds a new spin to it. What if the Heaven many believe in today occupied the same land as the mythology of ancient civilizations? What if mythology and theology were two sides of the same coin? We explore that world through the eyes of a naive mortal, a young and enthusiastic soldier of the Kingdom, a grizzled war captain, and many other recognizable faces from the lore of ancient mythologies and theologies.

  • Queen of Souls by Jennifer Kohout

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    Caedus and Balthazar are both members of the Dark Guard, a group of demons tasked with protecting their kind from the sorcerers that would bind them and use their powers in the human realm. But membership in the Dark Guard isn’t the only thing Caedus and Balthazar share: they also share the love of the same female.

    Iliana is everything a male could want, but everything changes when she takes her own life. Devastated, Caedus turns cold, denying anything resembling the softer side of emotion, while Balthazar struggles to hold the two of them together.

    Vivian Nox is the half-demon daughter of the fallen angel Lucifer, and she has an affinity for souls. As the owner of a pleasure house, Nox uses her power to give her clients what they want most, but when Caedus and Balthazar stride through her door, she recognizes them as her soul’s desire.

    Still haunted by Iliana’s death, Caedus isn’t ready to repeat history, but when one of Nox’s pleasure slaves goes missing, he finds himself unable to turn away her request for help.

    Their search reveals a killer loose in Hell, but that isn’t what worries Caedus. As he and Balthazar spend more time with Nox, Caedus begins to suspect that she won’t be happy with anything less than his soul.