The Redeeming [NOOK Book]

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Bred for destruction but longing for redemption, this second chance is all they have.

Faced with the choice of torment or redemption, Jonah accepts the bargain laid out by his guardian angel as he lies dying in the street alone. Change?or die. Not a hard choice, it seems. But then he meets Lily and has to wonder just what he?s agreed to by accepting this new life.

Even the angels call Lily unique?and she is. Born of a demon, but longing to be ...

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Overview

Bred for destruction but longing for redemption, this second chance is all they have.

Faced with the choice of torment or redemption, Jonah accepts the bargain laid out by his guardian angel as he lies dying in the street alone. Change…or die. Not a hard choice, it seems. But then he meets Lily and has to wonder just what he’s agreed to by accepting this new life.

Even the angels call Lily unique—and she is. Born of a demon, but longing to be more, her one wish is granted—temporarily. But now her time is running out and she has an impossible task set before her. It doesn’t help that she can’t stop thinking of Jonah…or the very real demons that will come hunting her once they realize where she is.

With demons and angels tracking their every move, Jonah and Lily have a life to save before they can save themselves.

This novel was published previously, but has been revised and expanded for this release.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781605046167
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing, Ltd.
  • Publication date: 7/3/2009
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 124
  • Sales rank: 610,867
  • File size: 750 KB

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  • Posted September 21, 2012

    Demons, Angels, Witches, Good vs. Evil¿ What more could you ask

    Demons, Angels, Witches, Good vs. Evil… What more could you ask for

    Can something born of and made for Pure Evil truly be good at heart? Lilan is a Demon but she fights against her very nature and tries to help instead of hurt. All she wants is a chance to be free of her mother and be good instead of evil.

    If a good person makes bad choices, to help/protect others, is he truly a bad person? Adamm was supposed to be a good guy, but because of all the bad choices he has made to ‘help his family’ he did not turn out to be the guy he was supposed to be. Should he be given a chance to right his wrongs and be the guy he was meant to be?

    It has been decided that Lilan and Adamm will be given chance to Redeem themselves and right the wrongs they have done in the past. But can they overcome their past and do the right thing?

    This is a story of the age old fight of Good vs. Evil and second chances to right past wrongs. I truly enjoyed reading this story. Makes you stop and think about some of the decisions you may have made ‘for the greater good’. Will the ‘good guys’ win out over the ‘evil’? That is the question and you will have to read the story to find out the final outcome.

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    Posted January 23, 2013

    Johan Brauer: **OoC**

    OoC means I ain't here.

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    Posted January 23, 2013

    Logan

    *smiles* wanna go back to your real room?

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    Posted January 23, 2013

    Kala

    Ok *walks to her room*

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