Heaven's promise, desire's flame...
Return to Karen Wiesner's award-winning Angelfire Trilogy, where you first met and fell in love with these colorful, lovable friends. Now you can read the stories of those secondary characters--and some new faces--in an all-new spin-off quartet.
There are no scars like those inflicted in childhood, and no love like your first. Timeless couples Diane Hoffmann and Mikey Lund, Roxanne Hart and Jamie Dubois, Cherish Stephenson and Ty Foxx, and Sapphire Stephenson and William Decker seek out the unconditional love and healing of an angel and the scorching heat of unending passion.
Ty Foxx left home when he was a teenager, taking his brother Jeff with him. The horror they'd suffered as children, along with their other three siblings, at their father's hands has scarred them both. Ty had tried to take care of and shelter his younger brother, eventually becoming a successful photographer, but in the end he couldn't save him. He hasn't looked back for so long, he's stunned when he learns that his father succumbed to an illness that plagued him for years. The threat and terror he posed is over, dead and gone. Even though Ty is filled with self-loathing and fury at the past with the loss of his brother, he knows the time has come for him to go home and face the rest of his family and all that he's been running from in life.
Cherish Stephenson owns a flourishing flower shop and mail-order business. The rape that drove her fiance away when she was in college and left her terrified of getting close to anyone is the only sign that her life isn't everything and all she intends it to be. When she meets Ty, her employee Darlene's brother, and the attraction is instantaneous and mutual, Cherish realizes how much she's missed in her life by being afraid of the shadows of the night. But Ty may be even more broken than she is by the past. Can they heal each other with the light of love, or is the only thing left for both of them to accept living out the rest of their lives alone, wounded, and scared of the dark?