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Behind The Dark Veil
Just about anything can happen to a Nephilim who is foolish enough to venture on the wrong side of the Dark Veil. It is the year 1748 and the height of slavery. A member of the band of half-breed black angels could easily be mistaken for one of the humans enslaved on a nearby plantation or, even worse, a slave catcher or demon could get ahold of him.
All hell breaks loose when the only son of a well-connected Nephilim aristocrat disappears from the Atchafalaya Swamp without a trace. The Nephilim King orders the immortal Brothers of the Dark Veil to scour every inch of the swamp to find him, dead or alive.
Preternatural and human worlds collide when a trusted member of the Brothers of the Dark Veil meets an Obeah Priestess enslaved on Magnolia Hill, the most infamous plantation in Louisiana. Theirs is a forbidden love that will pierce the Dark Veil and shatter the secret world of the half-breed black angels forever.
The Bliss Of The Grave
Zanzibari Heiress Mehwish Shumaila bin Said al-Murgebi was willing to walk away from everything—her father’s lavish spice Shamba in Serengeti and her current way of life to be with Martin Henry Singleton, a member of southern aristocracy. As his future wife, she would no longer be stuck in the backwoods of Zanzibar, away from gentle society and the excitement enjoyed by the white gentry. She would finally be able to distance herself from any reminder of her African roots. It was time to move on, but not until she paid her grandmother who’d been apprenticing her in the art of black majick for six years one last visit.
That evening, Mehwish murdered her grandmother, stepped over the old witch’s body, and rummaged through her meagre belongings to retrieve an ancient Grimoire that had been authored in hell. Without a backward glance, she boarded her future husband’s ship bound for the Americas with the book of black majick tucked inside her reticule. Mehwish’s destiny was a dark and twisted one that would lead her to the infamous Magnolia Hill Plantation where she would be forced to endure a life unlike anything she could ever have imagined—or feared.