Wings of Gray (My Fallen Angel #3)

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Bill and Cynthia are trapped in hell!

My Fallen Angel, the bestselling supernatural, erotic thriller continues!

Daevia the Succuba threw Cynthia into Hell to open up a doorway, flooding the mortal world with shadowy Demons called Lemures. To save his love, Bill threw himself into Hell after her and freed her from Daevia's control.

But Bill and Cynthia, united at last, are now trapped in hell and their only ally is a Fallen Angel named Adriel. But can they trust the innocent faced Angel to lead them through Hell to the one place that they can escape? Or does her innocence only hide Hell's treachery.

Bill's three other loves—the submissive Rochelle, the sultry Juanita, and the sensual Hikaru—are forced to flee the waves of Demons. They have only one hope to save the man they love from Hell—they have to heal Sophia, the wounded Seraph. The three women embark on a dangerous quest through the demon-ravaged campus of their college.

Daevia is one step closer to her dark plan as night falls. Only Bill and the girls of his dream stand in the Succuba's way. But with Bill trapped in Hell and his women fleeing the Demons, the World's fate seems bleak.

Wings of Gray is a 43,000 word supernatural, erotic thriller full of heart-pounding action and heart-throbbing lust as Bill and his women indulge in lustful, sordid delights. This story is full of mature themes that are not of the faint at heart.

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