An omnibus edition.
Diago's story has been a great deal of fun to write. In spite of all of the cool aspects of angels, daimons, and Nefilim, I think I enjoyed writing the intimate scenes of family and friends with Diago, Miquel, Rafael, Juanita, and Guillermo the most. Each of these small moments helped peel back another layer of not just Diago's personality, but of the unique people who surround and support him.
However, if action and adventure is more your speed, there is plenty of that, too.
The omnibus brings to life the world of Los Nefilim, Spanish Nephilim that possess the power to harness music and light in the supernatural war between the angels and daimons. In 1931, Los Nefilim’s existence is shaken by the preternatural forces commanding them... and a half-breed caught in-between.
Diago Alvarez, a singular being of daimonic and angelic descent, is pulled into the ranks of Los Nefilim in order to protect his newly-found son. As an angelic war brews in the numinous realms, and Spain marches closer to civil war, the destiny of two worlds hangs on Diago’s actions. Yet it is the combined fates of his lover, Miquel, and his young son, Rafael, that weighs most heavily on his soul.
Lyrical and magical, Los Nefilim explores whether moving towards the light is necessarily the right move, and what it means to live amongst the shadows.
Teresa Frohock had a very exciting life when she was young. Through no fault or habit of her own, she survived escapades that would have destroyed a lesser mortal. Now she lives a quiet life in Reidsville, N.C. with her beautiful husband and daughter and their four cats.
Her days are spent at her job in the library. Her nights, however, are devoted to stepping over the threshold into darkness where she exorcises her demons by turning them into words.