Genesis 6:4 … Nephilim . . . offspring of the "sons of God" and the "daughters of men." Good and evil. Heaven and Hell! The mysteries of the Nephilim are explored in Halo of the Damned.
After Joanna is released from prison, she is given refuge by her sister Kim and Kim’s daughter Maria.
, their mother who died the year before, left behind a tangled web of mystery and deceit. Joanna secures a job in an ad agency founded by the Fallen One, Armaros. Seeking his own dominion on earth, Armaros uses the agency to entice souls to the dark side. He challenges Satan’s law by breeding with human females, producing children —the Nephilim! Satan demands Armaros return. Armaros wants to stay in his earthly realm! Lydia
Sheltered by their mother and unaware of their true birthright, Joanna and Kim discover that they themselves are Nephilim. Their powers are emerging, even more so in the child Maria who receives messages from the other side. The war between good and evil wages even brighter as the two sides face off.
Halo of the Damned is a fast-paced read chock full of exciting chills and thrills. Would Joanna and Kim survive? Would Armaros be thrown back into the pits of Hell? I find myself thinking about hanging crosses just in case! For those of you who love dark paranormal, I highly recommend Halo of the Damned!