Update on One Nation Under gods

tattoo I’ve been hard at work on my next novel One Nation Under gods. I thought you’d like to read the blurb that will be on the back of the print cover.  I’m really excited about this cover. The fabulous Amy DeLoach will be the cover artist. She’s going to create something very unique and edgy for this story. I can’t wait to see it. In the meantime, here’s the blurb:

This is a book of what ifs. What if, through the centuries, the Christian religion remained a small house church movement? What if it never became a mainstream faith? What if the Bible had never been gathered together from the many and disparate scrolls of wisdom existing to encourage and nourish those first few early Christians? What if one repentant, forgiven Nephilim family remained? One family so committed to Christ, they dedicated one man in every generation to serve God in a most horrifying and sacrificial way? What if?

Nephilim Salem D’Angelis has his life all planned. He’ll run the family’s vast Texas ranch. He’ll marry a local girl. He’ll start a family. He’ll escape his family’s celestial curse and live an ordinary quiet life. Then it appears – the supernatural summons marking him as the Sword of Abbaddon. Now without flinching, he’ll use his preternatural skills and gifts to be God’s Destroyer.

Lily Meade comes from small-town Pagan royalty. Her grandfather is the High Priest of the Pantheon Church of beach side Providence Point, Texas. Her Nana is the church’s hereditary Oracle. Lily will inherit that position, if she completes her one-day service as a Temple Servant. But how can she be a prostitute, even a holy one, for 24 long hours?

Their lives collide one hot summer night. She’s running away. He’s stoically facing his destiny. Salem knows his life is almost at an end. Lily thinks hers is just beginning. The only things standing between them and ultimate destruction are ten righteous people and one tattered scrap of Holy Script.

Love is powerful and often used as a weapon. But can it or puny human effort, ever truly stay the Sword of Abbaddon?



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