Just because Luc got away once doesn't mean that King Lucifer is ready to give up. Hell wants Luc back and they're prepared to do whatever they can to bring him back and make an example of him.
But with Heaven standing in their way, they will have to pull out all the stops to tag his soul once again. And that means going after the only person that Luc cares about. Frannie Cavanaugh.
And if Frannie is too strong and too protected then they'll just have find someone close to her who isn't - one of her friends or maybe her new Guardian. Whatever it takes. Because not everyone can resist a demon's lure, not even an angel.
Original Sin is the absolutely riveting, seductive and irresistible sequel to Personal Demons. In this second book in the series the story is even more gripping, with a new character that will keep readers on edge, the intensity is elevated to a whole new level, and the ending is an exquisite torture.
Even though Frannie loves Luc, enough to have saved him from Hell to keep him with her, she is still torn. She still loves Gabe. She still needs the peace he offers, his comfort and his protection.
But even Gabe knows that she should be with Luc. As much as that thought tears him up inside, he knows that as a Dominion he and Frannie can never be. And so he chooses someone to be her Guardian. Someone he knows cares about Frannie and will make sure to protect her just as he would.
Just because her Guardian is new doesn't mean he can't protect Frannie, even with Hell's demons coming after her to get to Luc. But Gabe never expected King Lucifer to send the most prized weapon in his arsenal.
And he never knew just how wrong things would go or he would have stayed, no matter the risk to himself. Because being claimed by Hell would have been far less great a price to pay than the one that was exacted.
Lisa Desrochers has absolutely done it again. Original Sin is even more intense, more provocative and more electrifying than Personal Demons. The story is a nail-biter and will keep readers tied in knots, long after they've reached the final page.
The story switches between each of the main character's perspectives, giving readers the greatest insight about what's going on. The author drops enough hints to make readers aware of all that is happening while the characters remain in the dark, building tension and making this an even more torturous and anxiety-filled read.
The story ends in a major cliffhanger that will keep fans of this series in torment until the final book in the series is released.
Original Sin is an absolute must read for fans of stories about dreamy angels, delicious demons, steamy love triangles, and ones that will keep them on edge from beginning to end.