(Aukes's) paranormal romance is an action-packed intrigue that will have readers exclaiming over each revelation. Her characters are intense, butt-kicking and sensitive, with human flaws despite their otherworldliness. Readers who enjoy this genre will love this book and eagerly anticipate the next adventure. ~ 4 Stars, RT Book Reviews
The Seven Seals are said to be all that stands between our survival and the end of days. Led by a reclusive angel, the Seven are powerful immortals, enhanced by the marks they bear. But, as an ancient war spills over to claim human lives, the forces that balance against each other begin to unravel. One thing is known. When the dust settles, nothing will ever be the same.
(First published as two separate novels: Knightfall and Hellbound, under my Berinn Rae pen name)
Waypoint Books | 465 pages | ISBN: Coming Soon | Aug 2021 | Paranormal Romance
A woman believed to be the harbinger of Armageddon. The immortal knight assigned to kill her.
Alaskan bush pilot Kerra Cain lives a relatively normal life. That is, until a fallen angel reveals his plans to use her to trigger the Apocalypse. To escape, she must place her trust in the arms of Gareth, an enigmatic man who has haunted her dreams.
**** ONE OF BOOKS OF LOVE TOP TEN BOOKS OF 2011 ****
**** EPIC AWARD FINALIST FOR BEST FANTASY ROMANCE ****
**** BOOKIE AWARD NOMINEE FOR BEST FANTASY ROMANCE ****
Everyone has monsters under their bed. But what if you’re one of them?
After centuries of bloodshed, the Seven and their Guardians have brought down the Dominion. But the world isn’t safe yet. Now, an outlaw hellhound is building an army to claim the Seven Seals for himself.
*** Voted one of the best stories of June 2012 by Grave Tells ***
"One of the best series I've read." ~ Confessions from Romaholics
"This book took me on a roller coaster ride... This book was pitch perfect from start to finish." ~ 5 (out of 5) Hearts, Livre de Amour
"If you are a fan of stories by Meljean Brook and Sherrilyn Kenyon, I encourage you to try Knightfall." ~ The Romance Reviews