The Choice To Survive

Children of Angels

Book 6
Natalie D Wilson
6
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Alexandria Grace Marcus has faced the darkness, the demons, and their children with bravery uncommon to one so young.  She has fought to protect innocents and her loved ones as well, while the horde circled time and again since her return to the Lord’s Nephilim.  And just when she was sure that peace had settled over her family, as they await the birth of Wallace’s child, danger strikes in the blink of an eye.

On an innocuous night in London, Alex is stunned to find herself at the center of a coordinated attack by children of the Fallen – while she is alone.  She valiantly defends her life, only to discover that her life is now the prize in a brilliantly spun game by those vying for power within the ranks of the darkness. 

Alexandria and her immortal brethren are thrown headlong into a battle which will take them to Valencia, Avignon, Schwerin, the sands of Saudi Arabia, and to the Colosseum of Rome as she works her way steadily through the gauntlet designed to lure her in.  And she must revisit painful and poignant memories of Arianna’s past to keep one step ahead of the enemy.   Alex knows the Light will always outshine the darkness, but it is the doing of it all which is the challenge.  And now, she faces challenges unlike any she has known thus far. 

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About the author

Natalie D. Wilson is a lover of the written word by profession and by heart. Her days are spent encouraging the youngsters, at the elementary school where she serves as a library-media specialist, to become lifelong readers. She and her husband, Will, are Georgia natives and the proud parents of four very precocious and messy rescued parrots. The Immortal Reborn series is Natalie's first foray into the world of authorship, and the development of an idea which first began with a simple piece of music years ago. It is her hope that you will find the world she envisions as captivating as she has, as she developed and imagined the world of the Nephilim. 

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Natalie D Wilson
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Published on
Sep 1, 2015
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Pages
628
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ISBN
9781310228308
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English
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Fiction / Christian / Fantasy
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