Horror

Author Interview, About a Book with Jess & Keith Flaherty

Jess and Keith Flaherty
Always Darkest

Description

Ronoven, a demon dreaming of an escape from Hell, finds an excuse for an extended vacation on Earth, where he pretends to be a young drifter called Ben. Everything is going great until he meets Chris. This unassuming teacher is using an assumed identity, too.

Cursed with immortality and named in a prophecy Ben thought was fake, Chris becomes an unlikely friend. Together the two of them discover the main subject of the prophecy, Mal, a young woman not only fathered by an angel, but also the last in the direct line of Jesus and Mary Magdalene.

Mal learns her true identity but is determined not to be forced into a corner by circumstances or some ancient scrap of paper. Falling in love was never part of Ben’s plan, but together he and Mal are drawn into conflict that could destroy them. Slippery ancient gods, as well as angels and their fallen siblings bring to bear all of their power to force Mal to their side.

With the help of a small band of allies, Mal tries to shake free of the cage of prophecy and end Hell’s hold on Ben. Will any of them find the future they desire?

Where did the idea for the story come from?

We read about the demon Ronove in The Lesser Key of Solomon and thought it would be cool to flip the hero a little and make him a demon

Please summarise your book in ten words.

Discover a Love that can survive to Hell and back. 

Give a quote from the books, one that says little but speaks volumes.

“From the upcoming sequel, “He smiled at her then and it was so real, so fond, she felt her heart might break.”

Where are you based?

Vermont, USA

Which social media platform would you like us to send your readers to for you?

Instagram

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