Days of New by Meg Collett
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a paranormal mystery/romance serial series…
SPEAKING OF THE DEVIL
Set in the same world as the bestselling End of Days series comes the darkly comedic stand-alone serial spin-off, Days of New.
Clark St. James, self-professed man-candy with pink hair and duct-taped boots, didn’t ask to be the leader of the Nephilim clans or to have ancient angel magic contained in the unwanted tattoos on his arms. And most importantly, he didn’t ask for the holy angels to get their panties in a twist and ravage the earth during an angel civil war.
Instead, Clark is making lemonade out of life’s lemons. With vodka. And a splash of whiskey just because.
It’s up to the Descendants of Enoch—an order of humans meant to protect the holy angels while on Earth—and Clark’s Nephilim to set this destroyed world back on its axis. The angels in Heaven are busy repairing their city and rebuilding a new form of democracy. In Hell, everyone is adjusting to a new form of leadership after Clark killed Lucifer, prince of the fallen.
Technically, it was an accident. But people keep forgetting that.
Just when things were beginning to get boring, someone starts murdering Descendants in very…unique ways. Ways that incriminate Clark. But there’s always a calling card beside the bodies: a single burnt black feather. And Clark only knows one fallen angel that got crispy fried.
Apparently Lucifer is back. And he’s pissed off.
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Speaking of the Devil
If you are anything like me, and loved the End of Days series, you will love this serial spin off. It’s dark and has dash of humor. Although these reads are stand-alone, you will want to enhance your reading experience and grab the End of Days series first. You won’t regret it.
I’ve missed Clark, so being brought back into this world was a treat. Clark is left to rebuild what was is in shambles from the chaos that was left behind from the war. Death, dreams, and more challenging things are thrown at him.
This is a fast paced read with plenty to keep your attention. Meg is one of my favorite authors. Dive in, and find out why.
FULL OF THE DEVIL (book 2)
As an angel from the Throne choir, Camille knows war. It’s what she was created for. She’s captured and killed and conquered. She’s been on the frontlines of every angel battle ever fought since the creation of man. And she has the surly attitude to prove it.
But she’s never been in love before. What she feels for Clark is her greatest weakness, and she fears it’ll be her ultimate ruin. Because to love Clark is to stand in the shadow of the greatest angel ever made: Michaela, the Angel of Death. Camille highly doubts there is any room left in Clark’s heart for her.
Love hurts, and Camille is used to killing whatever tries to hurt her. Or looks at her funny.
Clark St. James has problems—problems that have landed him in jail with the most unlikely of…roommates. It’s not good timing all around. The Descendants of Enoch’s precious order is collapsing from the lack of leadership. The Nephilim are in disorganized shambles. And the refugees are panicking. It’s chaos. And Clark can’t do a damn thing about it.
But you better believe that Camille sure as hell will.
Full of the Devil
You are in for a ride with this one. Clark is possessed, locked up, and has no one to rely on but his friends. If you thought things couldn’t get any worse, think again. Without someone to lead the Descendants and Nephilim is disarray, how will another war be prevented?
With Camille working out her feelings and emotions where Clark is concerned, how could you not read this?! It’s another amazing fast paced and attention grabbing read. Loved it!
BETTER THE DEVIL YOU KNOW (Book 3)
They say insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different outcome. Lucifer doesn’t need that definition to know he’s gone mad. When he came back from the dead, he only had thoughts of revenge and taking back what he’d lost: Hell and his army of fallen angels.
Except there’s only one flaw in his evil plan: He’s falling in love with the most unlikely person. But who could love an ugly thing like the devil? And Lucifer can’t bear to be hurt again. He’s already crazy enough.
The last thing Clark cares about is Lucifer’s love life, especially when Camille is missing and an entirely new threat has arisen called the Loyalists of Adam. But this new side of Lucifer may mean that Clark can get Camille back alive and possibly prevent a new war too. It’s a dangerous notion and one that could get everyone killed.
It doesn’t take a genius to figure out that falling in love during times like these would be a better definition of insanity.
Better the Devil You Know
You just can’t stop reading this series. Better the Devil You know picks right back up where book two left off. When you start turning the pages, you get a twist. Lucifer is still raging, wanting everything back and isn’t found of the power Clark has had bestowed upon him. This book makes you wonder if war can be stopped by love, especially since things are not so black and white.
You may be left with a few questions, but the surprises in this one will tide you over. I’m just sweeping through this series and I can’t wait for the next.
Devil in the Details (Book 4)
“Clark was human, Nephil, Descendant. He was good and bad. He was the dirty magic of evil angels. He was still the pink-haired kid who had fallen into a cave and found a broken angel. He was a reaper and a savior. A lost boy who just wanted his friends to stop dying.”
Peace can be as deadly as war, and someone won’t survive.
Get your tissues ready, Devil in the Details is available for pre-order now. Releases May 18th.
GIVE THE DEVIL HIS DUE (Book 5)
A girl who doesn’t believe in angels. A devil who doesn’t believe in himself. She has one week to save his soul or another war will break out, and no one will survive this one.
Don’t miss the thrilling conclusion to the Days of New paranormal serial series, Give the Devil His Due. Available for pre-order now. Releases June 8th.
Meg Collett lives deep in the hills of Tennessee where the cell phone service is a blessing and the Internet is a myth of epic proportions. She is the mother of one giant horse named Elle and three dogs named Wylla, Drax the Destroyer, and Mandy. Her husband is a saint for putting up with her ragtag life.