From the Author
Personally, I don't believe in coincidences but that free will gives us choices that lead us to our destiny. When I stumbled across an amazing website called Angelology, my story developed using angel lore as the seeds of creation for the rules of my world. Woven together, these elements of the soul and the presence of angels secretly living among us are the heart of Trinity Stones and the A12 series.
Now, onto Trinity Stones...
For Cara Collins, life in Manhattan isn't easy. Her boss is a misogynistic jerk and the love of her life, Dr. Kai Solomon, is married to someone else. Top that off with a creepy man in the subway and homeless woman on the street grabbing her and asking to be healed, and Cara's panic disorder is rearing its ugly head. It's her 27th birthday, just another day in her ordinary life--that is, until a mysterious letter appears from her long-dead grandmother, Hannah. It turns out Cara is part of a holy trinity that joins humans and angels to fight evil. Heaven and humanity are in danger, as the Dark Ones have been plotting to tip the scales in their favor using secretive genetic research. Cara must choose whether or not to accept her role as the First of the Twelve who will lead the final battle between good and evil.
Cara's Nephilim Guardian, Chamuel, understands that she is the one person he can't have as per the rules of the High Council of the Angelorum. Haunted by the past and under a self-imposed vow of celibacy for the last hundred years, he's not worried about his newest assignment . . . until he sees her. Chamuel must choose whether to follow his heart or the rules.
When the Dark Ones set a deadly trap for the Cara using Kai and his four year-old daughter, both Cara and Chamuel must make their choice--before evil decides for them. In doing so, Cara discovers it is not only her heart but also her destiny that is entwined with the two men in her life.
Trinity Stones is meant to capture the eternal struggle of good and evil and the occasional need to bend the rules for the most important force of all: love.
Trinity Stones is an adult Urban Fantasy (60%) / Paranormal Romance (40%) meant for audiences 18+ due to language and love scenes. Inspired by one of my favorite authors, JR Ward, Trinity Stones is told in 3rd person with multiple points of view to provide deeper character development as a foundation for the series.
Hopefully, my commentary provides some helpful information for your consideration. If you've read this far, thank you! If you decide to purchase Trinity Stones and read it, I give you my deepest gratitude...