This third and final book of the trilogy is an exploration of how opposites attract. No one is more evil than Archangel Samael and no one is more untainted than Angel Manah. These two characters should never hold any interest in each other and yet they do. It was a challenge for me, as a writer, to convince the reader of such an unlikely relationship. I do hope I’ve managed to do this. It was certainly enjoyable for me to demonstrate how what began as a total dislike of each other in Book One eventually changed into attraction and ultimately love. The following is a little breakdown of these two differing angelic individuals about whom the storyline of this book revolves around.
Samael was the most radiant first archangel, who fell from grace and became the Devil. He’s handsome and charismatic, but also cruel and embittered. His mood swings are like quicksilver, but anger frequently dominates him. He is the hero of this story, albeit the anti hero. This archangel rules Abbadon/Hell with an iron fist and has lost the love of Archangel Malkura to his brother. Although completely wicked, there is a hidden reason for his drastic change of character from good to evil. Even Samael has no memory of the true cause and mistakenly believes it is because of an event that never actually happened. In this book his attention has turned to Angel Manah and he hopes to either persuade or coerce her into becoming his consort. In the process of attempting to do this he falls in love with her, but Samael can only claim her if he becomes redeemed.
Manah is Malkura’s pure essence angel and is the heroine of the story. She is beautiful, compassionate and forthright. Compared to Samael, Manah is total purity in contrast to his darkness and wicked nature. Yet she is the only one who can alter his path of damnation; even Malkura could not do that. Manah abhors Samael’s evil acts, but is gradually falling in love with him. However, she knows she cannot be his unless he becomes redeemed. She believes this will never happen and is resigned to living her life without him. Manah is the thorn in his side, rejecting his amorous advances and reminding him with her forthright comments that his evil nature has rewarded him with exile and loneliness. The angel also dismisses his amorous interest in her as either being motivated by the fact that she reminds him of Malkura or it is merely a cruel charade. Considering angels to be inferior to archangels, this seraph cannot believe Samael’s acts of affection are genuine.
Author Marion Webb-De Sisto
Fiction – Adventure and Romance with a Devilish Twist.
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