Heaven and Hell are at war.
The clock is ticking…
Homicide detective Alexandra Jarvis’s niece is missing and pregnant with Lucifer’s child, her sister has descended into madness, and the human race has begun a relentless spiral toward self-destruction that Alex is desperate to stop. Now Michael, the Archangel she holds responsible for Earth’s plight, has returned—and he’s demanding her help to track a missing god.
Heaven is losing…
Fighting for the very survival of his own realm—and that of humanity—Michael’s only chance to defeat Hell lies in returning Heaven’s long-lost daughter to her throne before it’s too late. But first he’ll have to convince Alex to help him—and to keep her out of Seth’s clutches long enough for her to do so.
There can be no right choices.
In a desperate bid to save both their worlds, Alex and Michael must put aside their animosity and find a way to work together in the face of increasingly impossible decisions…and unimaginable sacrifices.
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Reviewed by Sefina Hawke for Readers' Favorite Sins of the Warrior (The Grigori Legacy Book 4) by Linda Poitevin is a blend of science fiction, fantasy, and the supernatural. Sins of the Warrior is a book and series that will appeal most to an audience made up of a mix of young adults and adults who enjoy reading and watching supernatural and paranormal fiction. The story begins with a prologue about Emmanuelle and Mika'el; specifically Emmanuelle’s decision to leave and Mika'el’s decision to stay. From there, Sins of the Warrior jumps straight into the story, plunging the reader right into the action with Alexandra Jarvis, Seth, the Naphil, and other characters. Sins of the Warrior reminded me a bit of a mix of the TV show Supernatural and a cop show like Blue Bloods or NCIS. The main character, Alexandra Jarvis, is a homicide detective while others are angels and demons. I did find the book a little confusing at first because I had not read books one to three, but I quickly got a good grasp of the story. I personally would recommend that readers start with the previous books in the Grigori Legacy series. That said, Sins of the Warrior (The Grigori Legacy Book 4) by Linda Poitevin is a well written book with a steady plot line, chapter cliffhangers, well developed characters, dialogue that flowed smoothly, and good attention to detail.