Bonded In Exile (Book1)


Not every angel wears a halo…


When an accident leaves Silas, an exiled angel, blood-bonded to his Nephilim enemy, he must decide if saving the female is worth risking his eternal life, but only time will tell if she is the way to his salvation or the key to unleashing Hell on Earth.


Emily Marx’s world is forever changed when she wakes up in a hospital bed, the victim of a brutal assault, and discovers her life has been nothing but a lie. Thrust into a world of darkness and temptation she never dreamed existed, Emily’s eyes are opened to a reality where angels war over the power only she possesses.


After centuries in exile, Silas wants nothing more than to go home. The Brethren have been hunting the evil Nephilim since the Great Flood. One is left, and Silas has finally found the female they’ve been searching for—the female who has the power to free them from Earth’s bondage. When Emily is attacked and mortally wounded, Silas has no choice but to save her life. The rescue results in an accidental blood-bonding to the woman he’s spent countless mortal lifetimes hunting, and an eternity hating.


Not all the Brethren want to return home, and dissention is brewing among the legion of warrior angels. A mutiny is inevitable, and the surmounting division threatens to fracture the Brethren. Emily is caught in a tug of war between good and evil. Unable to resist the unbreakable bond between them, Silas delves her into his world of seduction and dark pleasures. He’ll stop at nothing to possess this woman and take down the evil threatening to destroy them all.

3 responses

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  2. This sounds awesome! Can’t wait to read it!

    July 19, 2012 at 9:53 am

  3. Leila Polito

    When is the book coming out?

    September 17, 2015 at 1:16 am

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