Good morning!  It's been a while since we've done a Sunday post.  If you'll remember, they used to be Sunday Sixes.  But the official group that coordinated the Internet-wide Sunday Six endeavor shut down Sunday Sixes.  I've modified it to my own Sunday Sevens.  It was too fun to just let fade away.

So without further ado, this is from Immortal Protector, a companion novella in The Curse of the Templars  -- which you can pre-order now for just $1.99!


He was on sabbatical, his vows temporarily set aside whilst he searched to find his purpose. He did not owe the Order that had damned him this rare lightness of heart he had not experienced in centuries.

“Catherine,” he began, his voice unsteady. He cleared his throat, tightened his grip on the steering wheel. “I return home in a short while. But I should like to see you again.”

She went absolutely still.


After the brutal murder of his seraph, Iain Donnelly's salvation is eternally lost. Damned to become a dark knight of Azazel, he can no longer embrace his immortal purpose as a Templar Knight. When the archangels send him on Sabbatical to find his faith once more, his quest leads him straight into the forbidden arms of a Benedictine Sister, whom Azazel is threatening.  But this woman arouses far more than his protective instincts.  He wants her as he's wanted no other woman, and he's willing to provoke the archangels’ fury to keep her safe.

Catherine Grady has devoted herself to the fellowship of faith and forged a path of eternal dedication to a higher calling.  But when a traffic accident forces her to accept Iain's aid, she discovers that her chosen path is not what her heart craves.  Iain awakens a buried yearning to be needed and loved in a way her broken childhood denied her.  As she struggles to reconcile her desires, she stumbles into the truth about her heritage, ancient secrets, and unholy danger.  Iain's immortality is all that can protect her.

For Iain, it's an impossible choice.  The archangels have decreed if he walks away from the Templar, they will reclaim his soul.  Yet returning to the Order only guarantees his inevitable death…


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