AN ACT OF FAITH
Jesse James Dawson is a husband and father who never intended to be the guardian of 275 extra souls, or to find himself in the middle of a demon war. When that war comes right to his front door, endangering his family, he is forced to seek aid from the last people he ever wanted to ask: the Catholic church and the priest sent to protect him, Cameron.
The Order of St. Silvius is made up of warrior-priests, operating out of its home base in Vatican City. The holy order has been facing off with demons for centuries. In a city as ancient and steeped in magic as Rome is, a few centuries is plenty of time to hide a few secrets, and what Jesse and Cameron don’t know could get them killed.
Jesse James Dawson, champion of souls, demon slayer, all around bad-ass is about to get his keister handed to him on a silver platter-- in Rome no less.
Harboring souls that everyone wants, Jesse must get rid of them or his family, friends, and himself are on the demon's chopping block-- all so the Queen mother can steal the power for herself and destroy the world.
But, Jesse isn't going to lay down. Human or not, he's trickier than that. The question is, though, has he run out of things in his bag of tricks?
Not wanting to spoil the story, I won't say anymore except that this is the best entry yet in the series. K. A. Stewart just keeps on rocking it and I sure am glad she does.