Elise Kavanagh was once known as the Godslayer - a woman born to kill Adam, a man become God. But she defeated him and stepped into his role, taking her lifelong partner into the pantheon with her. Now she must navigate her mortal goals with her divine life, beginning with substantiating into an avatar to have James Faulkner's baby, and ending with vengeance. Book 8 of the Ascension Series.
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This is a quick read that had me hooked it had a plot that has grit to it and characters that had a lot of depth to them. I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book.
Woo Hoo!!! Our badass heroine back!! Elise Kavanagh has returned. James asks Elise a question every once in a while and she keeps saying “NO!” But, finally she says why not? James will do all the work. She just has to give birth. So Elise and James come back to earth as Danae McCollum and Daniel Hawk. Meet in college, fall in love and get married, have a baby and live happily ever after. Uh NOT!!! Elise is giving birth when the first demon comes for her. Kind of hard to avoid being murdered while pushing out a baby. And where is James??? We don’t know. He’s disappeared. Demons are after Elise and her precious baby. But Elise really isn’t mother material. So she’s looking for James and what she finds is along the way is shocking. (well at least to me it was) I love Elise, and ok, maybe James a little. This is an exciting story. I couldn’t put it down. I was reading way late into the night. Aaaannnddd…I really shouldn’t do that. It gets emotional and I was ugly crying. I was really surprised who the evil bad guy was, didn’t see that coming. You won’t either. I highly, highly recommend this Ascension “after” story. You’ll love it. I was given this book by the author for an honest opinion.