Grace of Demons: The Devil's Eve (Paperback)
☆☆☆☆☆ 5 Out of 5 Stars
Fascinating Tale Of Good And Evil
I thoroughly enjoyed this book! The story is unpredictable, intense, inspirational, and thought provoking, brought to life by exquisite, detailed writing. The thoughts, struggles, desires, disappointments, and hopes of the characters are very relatable, and the complex internal conflict faced by the main character because of her unique origin will leave you wondering what your own choices and actions might be if you were given such power. Interpretations of this novel will be diverse and profound, making it an excellent read for group/book club discussions. I highly recommend this page turner—a timeless story of darkness versus light, but with an interesting twist.— CoffeePlz
FICTION | CONTEMPORARY FANTASY
"Captivating and frightening with thought provoking and surprising twists and turns between good and evil." (Love My Texas, Amazon)
Iris Wakefield is a young woman living in a tired routine, unfulfilled and unmotivated, until an unexpected call from the celebrated billionaire philanthropist, Loomis Drake, presents her with an opportunity to pursue endeavors she once believed fate had made impossible.
A greater power, however, has other plans for her, and Iris discovers a dark secret she has carried unknown for a lifetime-she is the incarnate Satan. As she learns more about the spirit within her and the power it holds, she finds she may not be the darkest secret roaming the Earth, and she must decide whether she serves the God she was raised to know or the Devil whose substance she shares.
Under the providential direction of a mysterious mentor, Iris prepares for a spiritual battle against an adversary the world cannot recognize, whose nefarious plans will destroy the human race in a manner far worse than death unless Iris resists his temptations.
With the futures of her human brethren and her own soul in her hands, Iris engages in a terrible game with this powerful opponent and finds her faith sorely lacking as she struggles with her evil inclinations. The truest strength, therefore, lies in humility, and, amid great suffering, both Iris and her nemesis may find their perceptions transformed as they learn from one another the real meaning of power.