Forged by Angel & Hellfire

· Not the Same River Book 4 · Inklore Books

About this ebook

A cruel bishop. An ancient weapon. An ultimatum.

Violet’s mind begins to unravel in the bishop’s secluded mansion, where she is tortured by the mysterious General Scarth.

It’s only a matter of time before she gives in to the Bishop’s demands, but how much is she prepared to sacrifice along the way? And why is Albert stalling their escape?

When the full moon rises, the grounds once used by the Mouldering Duke for his infamous werewolf hunts loom before Violet in a game of survival.

And the howling begins…


Forged by Angel & Hellfire is book 4 of Not the Same River, which follows Violet as she goes from gobby orphan to gobby warrior in this six-book series.

This book features a blood club owning succubus, a legendary vaewolf, and an archangel who definitely wasn't at the nativity.

About the author

Inka York got an early start to her writing career when she rewrote the endings of Hans Christian Andersen’s fairy tales to make them less sad, and while it wasn’t on quite the same level of fanfic written by the likes of William Shakespeare, Alexandre Dumas, Dante, or Oscar Wilde, it was something. The kind of something that grew its own bones and teeth, and took on a life of its own. The Cascade Apocrypha storyworld was decades in the making, and begins with the Not the Same River series, about a girl who finds the family she deserves in a world she never knew existed. Inka writes from a cave in Kent, in the southeast of England, where she lives with her husband and the gaping chasm left behind when Kid A and Kid B flew away to find their own caves.

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