True Believers by Maria Zannini

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Something is killing off immortals, one by one.

Taelen Jessit is an alien emissary on a mission sanctioned by the U.S. government to search for ancient gods. His hunt leads him to a dig headed by archaeologist Rachel Cruz. When his military entourage forces Rachel's team out of the cave they were exploring, a flash flood hits the riverbed and threatens to tear them through the ravine.

In the aftermath of the flood, Taelen witnesses the incredible healing of Rachel's broken ankle and believes his gods have blessed her. He is inexplicably drawn to her, and she to him.

What Taelen doesn't know is that Rachel is Nephilim—a descendant of the gods his people worship—masquerading as a human to find the god-killer and destroy it. Rachel needs help to bring down the tech that is manipulating the Earth's magnetosphere and frying her people alive. She's given Taelen her heart, but can she trust him with her secret?


About Maria Zannini

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After a lifetime of saving the world from bad advertising, Maria Zannini escaped to the Texas wilderness, where she homesteads on six acres she calls heaven. Half a mile to the north is a lion refuge, to the south, there be llamas.When she's not hunting scorpions and chasing after zombie chickens, she's often at her keyboard telling stories or blogging about her current homestead projects-where it's anyone's guess what body part she'll lop off next.Visit her at Place bets on which dog will beat her to her spot on the bed and how many husbands she'll wear out before the devil tells her she's nabbed her limit.Maria writes sensual stories of legend and mythos as well as magazine articles on marketing, graphic design and animal husbandry.
Published October 18, 2010 by Carina Press. 293 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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