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Breathless (Jason and Azazel, Book 1) by V. J. Chambers

By V. J. Chambers

What if the messiah and the anti-christ fell in love?

Azazel is seventeen and sexually pissed off. Her largest factor is making an attempt to determine why her likely common boyfriend won't sleep along with her.

Then Jason races into her existence. He won't say the place he got here from or who's chasing him. He's a scrumptious puzzle, a boy who has no challenge utilizing his fists to unravel arguments or quoting Plato to justify his activities. Azazel is attracted to him. She's enthusiastic about checking out his secrets and techniques.

What she doesn't comprehend is that Jason's secrets and techniques are entwined along with her personal town's secrets and techniques. Her family and friends have conspired to take advantage of her as a pawn in a violent scheme. quickly, she's going to need to make a choice from retaining Jason and staying dependable to everybody she's ever relied on.

A tale approximately forbidden love, destiny, and loose will, Breathless</em> is [i]Rosemary's Baby meets <em>The Da Vinci Code.[/i]

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