(Primani Series Book Three)
By Laurie Olerich
Genre: Urban Fantasy/Paranormal Romance
His heart. Her soul. Which will she choose?
Bound by blood and time, Mica, Sean, and Killian share a destiny that no one dreamed possible. With the fate of the world in the balance, they fight to save not only humanity, but also each other.
3,000 years ago, Killian accepted an angel’s promise. Since then, he’s waited for fate to right the wrong that stole his life. The time has come for him to be free, but it’s never that easy. Knowing that Mica’s love is the only weapon against Sean’s demons, he sends her to rescue him. He trusts her completely, but can he trust Sean?
Mica’s out of options. Sean’s lost his mind. Violent and unstable, he’s teetering on the edge. Desperate to save him from falling, she risks everything–including Killian. As they work together, she’s haunted by a sense of deja vu that leaves her trapped between two realities. Which future is the right one?
Tortured by guilt, Sean walks a tightrope between Heaven and Hell. After a woman dies, he’ll pay the ultimate price unless someone can save him.
Not just a story, Stone Angels is the sweeping conclusion of Mica’s extraordinary transformation. After five years, her tribulations are nearing an end. Blessed with dubious gifts from the archangels, Mica’s role in the coming end of days surprises them all. Even the archangels have a sense of humor!
Laurie Olerich is the author of the Primani and Demons After Dark series. Part romance, part paranormal, part adventure…Three things she can’t live without! Laurie spent most of her life in the Northeastern United States and in Western Europe. She now lives in San Antonio, Texas, with her son and Dalmatian muse, Rambo. In an attempt to re-live her wild and crazy younger years, she lives vicariously through her characters by setting their adventures in her favorite city, New York, and the mountain forests of New England as often as possible. Before diving into a writing career, Laurie dedicated 20 years to her country by serving in the United States Air Force. Much of her time was spent around men with guns and cool toys…this explains her obsession with both.
With snow whipping around him, Sean stood on the edge of the precipice leaning into the wind and willing it to take him away. Ice crystals stung his eyes but he didn’t care. He welcomed the pain, the cold. Maybe the snow would put out the fire. The raging storm mirrored his thoughts and he finally hung his head. What was he thinking? The girl’s terrified face haunted him; her blue eyes wide and flooded with tears; red hair curling across the pillow like so much spilled blood…
He’d been tied in knots when he ended up to Los Angeles last night. Since leaving Ireland, he didn’t care where he traveled; he just closed his eyes and went. He was wound so tightly he was about to snap. His body ached with tension and too much energy. It was something he couldn’t control. Rage stimulated their saols; his was in constant readiness for combat. Like an adrenaline rush, the power raced through him keeping him tense and edgy. Without a release, he was dangerously unstable. He knew it; had seen this happen to other Primani. It hadn’t ended well for them…he thought of the Stone Garden and shuddered.