Holly was born and raised in Celestin City but that doesn’t mean she knows about the supernatural or likes to face danger head on like some of the other city heroines. She’s a shy girl terrified of even her own shadow and spends her days in a lab processing crime scenes and her nights hidden at home...until someone tries to kill her. This begins her spiral into the unknown world of death, vampires, angels, demons, and the complicated question of where exactly she fits in.
Thrown off a roof wasn’t the way Holly thought she was going to die, and if it hadn’t been for the beautiful man named Michael she’d be spatter on the street. Michael (first seen in Sin of Hope) introduces her to the world of angles and demons, good and evil. He explains she’s not as ordinary as she would like, she’s actually has a direct connection to Death himself.
Adding to the mix of newfound drama is Officer Hunter Shay, he dies on duty in Holly’s hands and now he’s a ghost who never leaves her side, even during the most embarrassing moments of her life.
This self described lab geek has no idea what’s she’s in for.