The Passion Season
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2016 Medalist in Fantasy — New Apple Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing
"A tale about Lucifer’s son that deftly draws in readers with engrossing characters." — Kirkus Reviews
What if Paradise Lost was based on a true story?
When someone finds a human spleen in the bushes inside a Philadelphia park, FBI Agent Zan O'Gara is called to investigate. Through the case, she meets the stunning Rainer Barakiel, who captures her thoughts, and libido, in ways that both frighten and thrill her. Rainer is a superhuman warrior from another dimension exiled to Earth for the sins of his father, Lucifer, who rebelled against the rulers of their realm. When Rainer meets the fearless Zan he cannot get her out of his mind, even though love with a human is forbidden by the laws of his homeworld. His superhuman passion overwhelms the fact that his love is placing her in danger. The warrior has enemies, you see, his own father the greatest among them.
WARNING: This book contains foul language, violence, explicit sex, and descriptions of sexual violence. Adults only, please. This is not a stand-alone novel. The story continues in The Pain Season: Book II of the Covalent Series, available now.
The Passion Season
Book I of the Covalent Series
Length: 117,370 words
Wild sexy urban fantasy
Got an advance copy and was immediately caught up in its cosmic sweep. This is a sexy urban fantasy featuring Libby Doyle's sharp eye for narrative and spot-on, often funny, dialogue. At heart it's a great romantic love story between a cast-off superhuman and a beautiful, but damaged FBI agent. That's just part of it. There's crime, urban grit, science fiction, unimaginable evil, false monks, boats, guitars, violins and lots of great music. Highly recommended. Can't wait for Book II.