After Jaiden found Daniah in Juniper, they returned to Garnet City. Daniah is destined to become Queen of Zoku, a race of angel half-breeds who protect the humans from a soul-stealing evil. Now, Daniah is learning of her abilities and responsibilities as queen. Just as things seem to be going smoothly, a group of Zoku show up to help, led by an angel, Shelly.
Mallory has been on her own for most of her life, trying to protect and save those around her. She is Toyek, and she's been hiding in plain sight while fighting for her life. She is intent on finding her friends' daughter, whatever the cost, when an innocent trip to the supermarket takes an interesting turn.
Orion has been hired to find a female and, as a Tracker, finding people is his specialty. He finds much more than he was looking for when he runs into the beautiful Mallory. While pursuing both his target and the resistant Mallory, he finds himself fighting to defend Princess Daniah and the Zoku.
Can Orion and Mallory work together to help Daniah be the hope the Zoku so desperately need? Or will a few surprises and a tragedy be all it takes to break the united front of the Zoku fighting against the evil Meikal?
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Chelsea O'Neal's Angel Crest Trilogy contains the books "Juniper's Princess," "Zoku's Hope," and "Garnet's Queen." These are great reads! Very detailed. A beautiful ensemble cast of chess pieces that move ever closer to checkmate. I love the mythology created about the different types of special folks and the bonding. There are romance elements, but I think primarily this is an urban fantasy/paranormal read. What romance elements there are, they are steamy! Lots of twists and turns. I will definitely read more by this author.
Zoku's Hope is the second book in Chelsea O'Neal's Angel Crest Series. I enjoy this series and can't wait to see where the author is taking it next. There is a cliffhanger, but I liked it because it is making me want the next book. In my opinion, you need to read the first book before this one to better understand the chain of events taking place, or you might not be able follow along as easily. There are a lot of different twists and turns that keep you wanting more and I really enjoy how the author allows us to see each different character's point of view. Great story, Chelsea!