About Avenging Love:
Sometimes heroes aren’t very heroic. . . Sometimes heroes fail. . .
David had always fought to protect others, even before he knew who he was. He defended those that could not defend themselves. In the eternal battle between good and evil, he balanced the scales. He saved countless. . . but he couldn’t save her. He failed the love of his life.
After three years drunk in an alley, he still refuses to listen to the truth his heart is trying to tell him. But when. . .
the tequila no longer numbs his guilt,
can the mysterious two-thousand-year-old Emma, or the Archangel Michael, get David to wake up in time?
Join David and his battle companion Saint Bernard, Duke, as they embark on an epic tale of loss, guilt, and possible redemption. As the darkness that has settled on David’s soul slowly lifts, a battle that he cannot win awaits. Can David and Duke avenge their loss?
To do so, the very gates of hell await.
Avenging Love is the first novel of the trilogy in the Trinitarian Knights Collection. Filled with fast-paced action sequences, a strong love story sub-theme, supporting characters that will have you cheering, and a pompous prideful Satan that may just have you rolling on the floor laughing, Avenging Love is a must read.
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Kevin Mansoor is obsessed.
He is obsessed with becoming one of your favorite authors by writing character-driven stories you don’t just read but feel and experience at a deep level. When your favorite character sweats, he wants you to wipe your brow. When they laugh, he wants you to laugh, and when they have chest pains . . . well, he prefers if you just stay calm at that point.
He lives with his amazing wife within the epicenter of the agricultural side of Washington State. He loves a good DIY project and isn’t afraid to take anything apart. Plus, he is smart enough to hide the left-over pieces when he puts them back together. If he isn’t writing or taking something apart, he is likely covered with flour in the kitchen, making his granddaughter a nine-layer birthday cake.