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Author: Claire Ashgrove
Even though she doesn’t know it, archaeologist Chloe Broussard is about to unveil one of the holiest of holy objects, the Veil of Veronica. Templar Lucan of Seacourt is sent in to keep her and it safe from Azazel. Lucan is in a bit of a quandary. On the one hand he has seen how happy his fellow Templars have become after meeting their seraphs and on the other he still finds it hard to put his trust in someone because his brother slaughtered his family centuries ago. Personality wise Lucan is very different to our previous Templars as […]
Our next tortured Templar is Farran de Clare who has been assigned to act as a guard for respected scientist Noelle while she tests the Sudarium of Oviedo. Both these characters are incredibly stubborn – Farran isn’t interested in finding or romancing his seraph and Noelle’s atheism means she refuses to accept anything the Knights Templar say. I really enjoyed the first in the series so had fairly high expectations for this one. I was not disappointed. Farran is quite an unusual Templar as while his colleagues are desperate to find their one true seraph that can rid their […]
I wasn’t entirely sure what to make of this novel as the cover looked pretty cheesy but the blurb was intriguing. I’m glad I picked it up though as I thoroughly enjoyed it. The Knights Templar got caught checking out a scroll that no humans were ever supposed to see. They were cursed and have to wander around fighting Azazel’s demons. Every evil being they kill, pollutes a bit of their once pure souls until one day they turn into Dark Knights and become agents of doom. The only thing that can save them is the love of a […]