Free Kindle Book: Veiled Series by SB Niccum
“I have always existed, not just me but all of us, the un-embodied spirits who wait to live.”
Tess is an unborn spirit, who is about to embark on a much awaited journey into mortality to a brand new planet called Earth. She is chosen by the Eternals for an important mission, and is put under a rigorous training by a half-human, half-lion Seraph. This training exposes Tess to some of her darkest fears and insecurities. These experiences force Tess to work on her gift as a discerner of thoughts and reader of auras—thus helping her become one of Heaven’s most powerful angels. But even angels falter, and deep inside her a gnawing fear is growing. Will she meet her soul mate in life? Will their love be strong enough to overcome the forgetting effects of the Veil? And, is she prepared to take on the responsibility of keeping the most dangerous renegade and leader of the Fallen Angels at bay during mortality?
Veiled from her previous existence as a gifted Angel, Tess is now a mere mortal growing up in foster care with her autistic foster brother, Dorian, and a twisted foster sister, Agatha — whose main goal in life is to torture them both.
Tess’ life has been dull and average at best; but all that changes with one look. When she inadvertently gazes into the eyes of the most popular guy in school — Alex Preston — Tess sees a glimpse of her previous existence.
Uncomprehending, Tess wonders what those memories are and why she now feels like she knows Alex better than anyone in this world. More importantly, why is he haunting her dreams? Dreams so vivid, that they blur the lines of reality, awakening a slew of inexplicable paranormal abilities she didn’t know she possessed.
Frustrated and confused, Tess lives a double life … one where Alex has a girlfriend and Tess is a normal high school girl. And another where spirits, visions, and dreams are true.
Is she going crazy or is she secretly dating Alex in her dreams?
“Dying is easy—effortless—rather. Shedding your body is like coming into a room and hanging up your coat. You’re still you, nothing has changed, other than your coat is off and… well… it’s no longer on you.
I know this because I’m dead. Yet I’ve found that death is not what we should fear. Who we are when we die, is perhaps what should concern us most about crossing over. For in death, all we have is what we really are.” –Tess
Obsessed about finding Alex, her soul mate, and her father, Leo, Tess does the unthinkable and unwittingly traps herself in the dark side of the afterlife. And what she finds there is not what she came looking for. The longer she stays in the darkness the harder it will be to get out.
Hoping that her love for Alex will keep her from slipping further into the darkness, she searches, and searches through this infernal place. But her nature is beginning to change—she’s becoming cynical, hardened, and apathetic—and she just got here. How has this darkness changed Alex?
Can love exist in Hell?