The Fallen (A Sons of Wrath Prequel)

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To catch the Fallen, you have to become the very evil you were bred to slay.

Show loyalty. Be willing to go deep into the gritty underbelly of the world, where the vilest acts of human carnage thrive and seep into your mind like a black poison, consuming every part of you that was once good. Ignore your dark cravings and keep to the most important rule of all: never save the mortals.

This is the life of a Sentinel.

Some call us the toughest angels in the heavens. Unbreakable. But even the strong can break in the face of temptation.

Human females have always been the forbidden fruit for our kind—an enticement I’ve resisted for centuries, until she came along.

Karinna lusts for vengeance.

She wants inside the darkness, where the Fallen own the corrupted streets of Detroit—the perfect bait to take down the biggest crime ring the city has ever known.

I want her. To have her, though, I’ll have to break the rules.

For one taste of the forbidden, I’ll have to commit the most heinous sin of all …

Praise for The Fallen

It had everything what I’m looking for in a book and her plot -damn, she got me again …
Go add it to your tbr and def start reading book 1+2 in her series -500 pages of pure awesomeness.
— Hook Me Up Book Blog
Overall, I found The Fallen to be an addicting, unpredictable, twisted, & sensual exploration into how Xander became one of the Fallen. And when I say twisted, I’m not just referring to the characters. Keri Lake took me completely by surprise with a few plot twists I NEVER saw coming.
— Smitten With Book Heroes Blog
THE FALLEN is what would happen if Liam Neeson failed to save his daughter in that movie Taken except that it’ll be on paranormal steroids, know what I mean? … But as I enjoy being shoved out of my comfort zone, I of course LOVED every minute of it. It’s nice when an author switches things up, adding a smoky, more musky flavor to her books.
— Talk Supe Blog
All the way the through I cringed and put it down, only to come back for more. Because it wasn’t until the end, that you realize the writer just perpetrated the biggest mindf@&k of all.
— Amazon Customer