For 4 years, Nikira Ward has searched for answers. Answers to what she saw the night her world blew apart - literally.
On her 18th birthday, she finds out the truth. She is The Seeker, and it's up to her to set things right. With the help of her Guardian, Kira pits herself against a death demon as well as her own mother.
Rhennan Ward is no one special. Or so she thought. When her grandmother gives her a Tree of Life pendant for her eighteenth birthday, she finds out how very different she really is.
Rhennan is next in line to be Oracle, the one chosen by the Creator to guard the secret of Heaven – The Tree of Life. Rhen's grandmother, the current Oracle, fails to pass along the knowledge of Rhen’s destiny, and when strange things start happening, Rhen believes she is going crazy. Coming into her powers before her time, Rhen sees things she shouldn’t. Her parents are keeping secrets from her, and that only adds to the stress she feels about her sanity.
Maddox Bell is the new guy at school. When the tall, good-looking bad-boy shows up in his leather jacket and moto boots, all it takes is one look into his sapphire eyes, and he makes Rhen forget about her ex-boyfriend - the one who broke her heart. He also makes her forget to study, and with only three months left in the school year, Rhen is torn between keeping her perfect grade point average and spending time with the man who has his own secrets. As Maddox and Rhen become closer, things get stranger, threatening to rip them apart.
When Rhen makes one desperately wrong decision, her life and that of her family, is irrevocably changed forever. “If this was Hell, the Christians on Earth were going to be pissed.”
Talon Silver is the Guardian who has been watching over Rhen her entire life. He is also the one who rescues her from the hands of a demon. He is supposed to be one of the good guys, having Angel blood. Why, then, is Rhen hesitant to trust him?
Angels and demons. Good versus evil. Things aren’t always black and white, and Rhen has to figure out who she can trust.