Who knew that turning seventeen could turn your world upside down? Certainly not Jenna but she is about to learn the truth. This is more than discovering who she is. She will uncover what she is. Her heritage can no longer be hidden. Her very survival depends on her knowing the truth. The whole truth!
Jenna and Erin Morgan, the daughter and mother duo seemed to be like any normal single parent household – on the surface that is. Looks can be deceiving. And boy was I deceived. Jenna has been having this reoccurring dream. She is on the beach, sand in her toes. Pretty relaxing scenery, but she isn’t there for the sun, sand and sea. The dream continues to offer her two boys. Their faces never clear. One boy full of mystery. Dark and adventurous. The other, radiated peace and a sense of calm.
They always remained at a distance with out-stretched hands. An indication for her to choose a boy. A path. Jenna shrugs it off. After all it was only a dream. It meant nothing. Right?
It takes a mysterious man buying Jenna a crystal angel pendant at a flea market, to allow her mother to realize that they weren’t safe. They had been found. It was time to move. Their move ended in a car crash, having been ran off the road by two men. Jenna was captured and placed in a facility for testing. The thing is, Jenna is no normal human. She isn’t even human. No sir. She is what they’d call a Nephilim. The offspring of an angel father and a human mother. Being a hybrid she has crazy powers and abilities. They manifest at seventeen but she has not a clue.
Anyway at the facility she meets a kind soul who is determined to help her. His name, Alex. He is just like her, having a human mom and an angel father. They escaped and are reunited with her mother. He teaches her to use her abilities. But even in hiding they just aren’t hidden enough.
Tragedy strikes and leaves Jenna raw. It leaves her vulnerable. She meets another boy, Dylan. A hometown charm. His care and love manages to soothe her breaking heart. In the end Jenna’s dream will manifest and become an ugly reality. She must choose a boy. Each will take her down a different path. Heaven or Hell. The decision is hers. No one can interfere. No one can choose for her.
See if good or evil prevails in Revelations. Don’t miss out on the epic adventure, the OMGs and the I-didn’t-see-that-coming moments. Happy reading!
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