Covet (Novel of the Fallen Angels, Book 1) by J. R. Ward

By J. R. Ward

Redemption isn't a note Jim Heron is aware a lot approximately - his area of expertise is revenge and, to him, sin is all relative. yet every thing adjustments while he turns into a fallen angel and is charged with saving the souls of 7 humans from the seven lethal sins. And failure isn't an choice. Vin Di Pietro in the past gave himself as much as his enterprise - until eventually destiny intervenes within the kind of a tough-talking, Harley-riding, self-professed saviour, and a girl who makes him query his future. With an historic evil able to declare him, Vin has to paintings with a fallen angel not just to win his cherished over...but to redeem his very soul.

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He could see a small group of them in their stiff black coats, weaves spinning around them as they dug up another patch of ground. There were ten of them in the camp, though only Flinn, Naeff and Narishma were full Asha’man. The Saldaeans worked quickly, wearing their short coats as they cared for their mounts and set pickets. Others took shovelfuls of dirt from the Asha’man mound and used it to pack into the bulwark. Rand could see there was that displeasure on the faces of many of the hawk-nosed Saldaeans.

You or the Great Lord, Demandred,” Moridin said, voice dangerous. ” “Yes, yes, of course it does,” Mesaana cut in, stepping forward, plain dress brushing the mirror-bright black marble floor. “Moridin, the fact remains that she didn’t intend to kill him, just to capture him. ” Moridin roared, causing Mesaana to flinch. “That was what she was ordered to do. And she failed at it, Mesaana. Failed spectacularly, leaving him wounded despite my express command that he wasn’t to be harmed! And for that incompetence, she will suffer.

If that weren’t enough, he could see one of the flying beasts above, drawing close for its rider to drop a message to the general. With those creatures to carry their scouts, the Seanchan army had an unprecedented edge. Ituralde would have traded ten thousand soldiers for one of those flying beasts. Other commanders might have wanted the damane, with their ability to throw lightnings and cause the earth to heave, but battles—like wars—were won by information as often as they were by weapons. Of course, the Seanchan had superior weapons as well as superior scouts.

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