Book Feature: Good Side of Sin, by K.S. Haigwood.

Good Side of Sin is finally HERE! 

Wait no longer! The highly anticipated third book in the ‘Save My Soul’ series has been released!!!


Josselyn has just spent the last three months in
intense Line of Defense training so she could join Malcolm’s search party.
Little did she know the archangels had no intention of letting her bring back
into Heaven an angel who had opened a portal between Heaven and Hell, at least
not before saving God’s creations from the tight grasp of Lucifer first.
Three months have passed since the angel Rhyan
released nine repented demons from Hell, and now innocent people are dying, but
their souls are not going to Heaven. Josselyn’s mission is to find the demon
responsible for stealing the souls and bring it to justice before Lucifer gains
enough power to rise and claim Heaven and earth as his own.
Her whole world is shaken when she discovers
what tool Lucifer is using to track down the one key to the release of his
eternal damnation. Thoros is one half-souled immortal she prayed she would
never see again. The ex-Prince of Lust had stolen her heart and crushed it with
a cheeky smile. Now, not only is she being forced to put her damaged ego aside
and face the only man that has ever hurt her, but she has to work with him in
order to complete her assignment.

Is she strong enough to
keep from falling in love with him again? Or is their love the only thing that
can keep Lucifer from getting the one thing he wants most? Heaven.


He shoved another armload full of socks
and t-shirts on top of jeans in a duffel bag, then turned to walk to the
bathroom to retrieve personal hygiene items. He barely glanced up to
acknowledge Isaiah, arms crossed over his chest in a comfortable stance,
leaning on the doorjamb.
“Going somewhere?” Isaiah
asked coolly.
“As far away from here as I can get,”
he responded from the darkened bathroom.
“You do know there is a meeting
about to begin downstairs, right?”
Thoros nodded once as he re-entered the
bedchamber, not bothering to look at the archangel. He tossed the items in the
duffle with the rest of the things he would need for his extended journey. “I
am aware of the meeting. I am also aware that she does not want or need me
there.” He looked left then right, and then paused only another brief
moment before zipping the bag closed and tossing it over his right shoulder.
Thoros meant to walk through the doorway,
but Isaiah stood upright and blocked the only exit with his body. Well, there
was always the window. He thought about turning and diving through the glass
and wondered briefly if he would clear the cement and land in the water of the
underground swimming pool. The cement would hurt like a bitch. Hell, who was he
kidding? The damn glass would hurt! He knew fleeting wasn’t an option. The
angel would have already put a halt on that shit.
Letting the pack fall to the floor,
Thoros rolled his eyes toward the ceiling and huffed. “Out of my way, old
man. She made it clear she doesn’t want me. If you didn’t hear her, I can give
you a recap: it was a whole lot of ‘get lost’.”
“Old man? I’ll have you know I look
younger than you. Especially as of late. You should exfoliate more, and moisturize.”
“You knew what I meant.”
“That I am thousands of years old?
Yes,” Isaiah nodded as his lips pursed together. “I am that. That
also means I probably have a lot of wisdom, and listening to me would more than
likely be in your best interest.”
“Listening to you has done nothing
but piss me off, angel.”
“You have to go with her. You have
to know that it is difficult for her to trust you when she has thought all
along that you’ve betrayed her.”
Thoros’ jaw locked down tight and he
spoke through his teeth as anger burst from the depths of his half-soul. “Yeah,
and whose fault was that? You could have told her at any time in the three
months we’ve spent apart that I was
the one who saved her. That I am the
one she is destined to be with. But no, instead, you were a coward who let her
dream day and night about going in search of the lost angel, a male fate never intended her to be with!”
Isaiah moved out of the way to let him
pass and Thoros jumped at the chance, grabbing his duffle and rushing through
the doorway. “I see. You are just going to take the easy way out? Never
look back? Never see her again?”
“Oh, I’ll see her again,” he
said, but didn’t bother slowing down or looking at the archangel. “I’ll
see her every time I close my eyes.”
“She deserves for you to give her
time, Thoros. If you truly love her, then you must know that walking away is
not the answer to your problems.”
Thoros froze as his boot landed on the
third step from the bottom of the grand staircase. Love. He allowed himself a moment to think about that word. His
skin flushed hot and his foot slipped to the next step, causing him to lose his
balance and having to reach out for the banister to steady himself. He believed
she was his soulmate and that he wanted to be with her—but love? No. Love? Never. He had never been in love before.
Was this what this horrible feeling was?
And what happened if the one you allowed
yourself to fall in love with didn’t love you back? What the hell happens then?

Right. Broken heart. That’s what the
horrible feeling was. Fan-fucking-tastic!
He had never expected to experience
it before, but he never imagined it would actually hurt. He rubbed at the
center of his chest and fought the hot sting of tears that filled his eyes. He
looked around him, all of a sudden dizzy. Wiping at the sheen of sweat that had
broken on his brow, Thoros swallowed hard and concentrated on calming the
erratic beating of his heart.
“Do not give up on her. Your time
will come, son.”
He turned around and looked to the top
of the stairs at Isaiah, blinking the angel into focus. “And what if it never
does?” he whispered around the lump in his throat.
“You will know you tried and will
never have any regrets where she is concerned.”
“I already have regrets where
Josselyn is concerned. I regret ever having met her.”
Thoros turned and stumbled down the
remaining steps, and then crossed the foyer and opened the front door.
for the best.”

Isaiah didn’t respond
to his thought, so he took a step over the threshold and closed the door gently
behind him.


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