The Devil's Angel by Samantha Anderson

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In the middle of Las Vegas there is a woman that is the envy of all, sought out by any man who crosses her path, untouchable to those who crave her. Devrynne may look like an angel but what lies beneath her emerald eyes tells a story far different. A story of love, betrayal, heartbreak, death and vengeance. One so twisted that even Lucifer himself is about to wash his hands of her. She is at the top of the world, wealthy and more powerful than most in her position but it's because of years of playing Luc's games, learning how to work the system that has led her to be this way. Nothing can stop her now, when she is so close to being truly happy. That was until Mr. Casella showed up from an organization called the Guardsmen, holding all the keys to unraveling the web of lies she lived on. Now it is a race against time as Devrynne relives the horrible past, the lessons she learned in blood, trying to find a way to get out of being brought to justice for the death of her sire. Will she find a way out of the trouble she's gotten into without the help of Luc or will she have to make another deal like so many that has led her to be The Devil's Angel?

About Samantha Anderson

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Samantha Anderson was born and raised in the Midwest, just outside of Springfield Illinois amid never-ending cornfields. She spends her days trying to stop "glitches" from occurring at her job in an I.T. field and her evenings entertaining her two daughters Kaylee and Trysha. Never really being more than a free spirit, she didn't know she wanted to be a writer until her sister told her one night to do something 'profound' with her life. So while trying to figure out exactly what that would be, she started writing as a hobby. She will now tell you it is the only air she wishes to breathe.
Published November 24, 2010 by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. 384 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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