Another hit in the Seven Seals Series. I loved every minute of it.
In this installment we meet Quinn who has created a formula that could wipe out famine. Unfortunately for her the Nephilim and Lucifer himself want to get their demonic claws on it. She hides in her lab where her brilliance stands alone, but due to being hurt in the past she is unwilling to come out of her protective shell of a lab coat, stand offish glasses, and spinster buns until Wyck comes into her world.
Wyck is the techno geek of the Scion's and this assignment is his chance to prove himself. He plans to be strictly business, go in, protect the seal, and then get out. So much for well laid plans. Quinn turns his world upside down and inside out. Lucky for him, Quinn feels the same way. Only problem, Lucifer and the Nephilim keep messing up the works.
Can Quinn and Wyck both take a chance on each other in time to save the world and prevent her seal from opening before its time?
Embrace the geek, save the world…
Socially awkward geneticist Quinn Strickland has willingly forgone the pleasures in life to reach her career objectives. Alone and approaching thirty, she uses her independence to mitigate any risk of a broken heart. Her strategy works until the day a handsome stranger bursts into her lab and her orderly plans shoot straight to Hades. He claims to be her personal divine protector, a powerful, ancient warrior sent to defend a prophetic time bomb existing within her own genetic code.
The Scion’s alpha-geek Wyck is offered the opportunity of his immortal lifetime as head of his own covert operation. He arrives at a Colorado lab expecting starched white coats and sterile surroundings—not a redheaded spitfire in charge of both his project and his libido. His skills have carried him from the battlefields of ancient England to the pits of Hell and he has no plans to be felled by one woman, regardless of her shag-worthy charms. Divine duty requires him to protect the apocalyptic Seal encrypted within Quinn’s DNA, but his heart has other ideas. When his personal feelings interfere with his age-old vendetta, he’s forced to decide between desire and retribution.