“I think my mama was right. I think there is a heaven, and I know there’s a hell. And if that’s where you are right now because you didn’t know any better than to not believe it, I know it’s my fault…If you were here, you’d tell me I’m crazy, but would you say there’s no hell? Did you believe in anything but us?”
Three days after her mother’s suicide, Laura married her soulmate, Hank, and left the ghosts and superstitions of Savannah behind. They made a life together in a northern city where all their friends were new and angels and demons were nothing but symbols in their art. But now Hank is dead, taken in his prime by cancer. And real or delusion, Laura’s angels and demons are back. Lucifer himself has made her fragile sanity his latest weapon against his angel brother, Caleb, and their battle may well drag Laura straight to hell.