Suitable for teens, young adults, and the more mature
Serena Lewis is dead . . . but only temporarily! All because God decreed at the dawn of time that a Daughter of Eve will be born with the providence to defeat evil. This soul is said to be so powerful, Lucifer fears her arrival. This soul is Serena Olivia Unity Lewis, A.K.A. Daughter of Eve, Devil Slayer, and God’s Angelic Secret Agent Number 444
If you enjoy espionage with a twist of magic and a mix of angels, dark and light elves, demonic bats, dragons, fairies, leprechauns, ogres, and unicorns, held together with a love triangle and colossal karmic debt, all of which is overseen by the Almighty and His Eight Lords of Karma and overshadowed by Lucifer, then the tale of Divine Hope will take you to heaven.
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About the Author
Jo O'Neil is a 1970's child, born to Celtic parents, who devoured books and wrote feverishly as soon as she was old enough to make sense of the written word. Interestingly, when it came to her career Jo neglected her English grades until after almost 17 years she fell out of love with a profession dominated by figures and formed an inseparable bond with her notebook. Trading her daily grind of debentures, loans, and overdrafts Jo found semi-salvation in teaching good posture. Rehabilitating dysfunctional muscles by day, Jo drummed away at the keyboard in the anti-social hours of the night to form the Divine trilogy; a concept that had stumbled into her consciousness one sunny afternoon when she visited a coffee shop to write up her clients' notes on muscle behaviour. The Divine set captures the magic of heaven and encapsulates the enthralling and seductive tale of angelic espionage, amidst a love triangle which is tangled in colossal karmic debt. Jo, who lives in North-West London, is currently working on the second instalment of her heavenly spy novels - Divine Peace. For inspiration Jo ambles in the nearby Hertfordshire countryside with her faithful Bearded Collie Cross, Bronwyn, and escapes to The English Lake District and Ireland as often as possible.