Fin (The Angel Pack #15)

By: Maggie Walsh

The battle the pack have all been waiting for is now upon them. Their enemy advances closer as even the world around them falls to total annihilation.

Jesse and Micah try to grasp the severity of the situation while still keeping everyone safe, but soon learn that is not possible. Pulling on their love for one another in hopes that it will see them through, Micah and Jesse step out onto the field of battle, along with those they love, and hold onto their faith that Fate knew what she was doing when she chose them.

As the battle ensues, many surprises are revealed, but a world of heartbreak shatters their resolve. In the end, will they stand victorious or will Hades win and bring the world to its knees in darkness for eternity?

When all is said and done, when the battle is over and the smoke clears, only one remains standing, in a field of blood, but is it one on the side of good or evil?


To a very special lady who has been with me since day one. Harris Channing. She is not only the wonderfully talented artist who created all my Siren Covers, she is also an amazing author and a beautiful person. When I asked to have my Micah on the cover of this one, Harris pulled through as always. Thank you, Harris.

To my readers. This was probably the hardest Angel Pack book I have ever written. This one tore me apart and left me bleeding on the floor. I spent weeks crying as I wrote it and then again, every time I have had to read it. So, I apologize now for you all having to go through a few boxes of tissues on this one.

I know a lot of you are worried about this being the end of the Angel Pack and have been very vocal about it in emails and on Facebook. I just wanted to let you know, there are still so many others who need to find their mates, so, no, this is not THE END.


“Oh yeah, baby, suck my cock, swallow all of it…yeah, that’s it. Take it all.”

“What the hell are you watching in here, Crew?” Micah’s booming voice echoed through the den.

“Shit! Sorry, Alpha, we um…” Crew stopped as he moaned.

“Do that in your own room, Crew. I don’t want to see your balls all over my couch,” Micah said with a shudder, wrinkling his nose as he stepped into the room then froze.

He had a sense of deja vu about this whole conversation, but before, Crew had been alone. This time, the sight before him had Micah smirking. Instead of Crew jerking off on his couch to a porn DVD, Crew now lay over the pool table with his big Legion mate between his spread legs as Laylen plowed into him, and his other mate, Haven, knelt on the table next to him as he swallowed Crew’s cock deep.

Laylen’s gaze met his, and the angel-demon smiled as he wiggled his eyebrows, but never faltered in his thrusting into his mate.

Micah chuckled as he shook his head. “I came in to tell you to get the others. We’re all heading to the club. And before you say anything, it’s mandatory. That goes for you, Lay, and you, Haven.”

“Oh gods, yes! Oh…okay, Micah. Fuck! Yeah, Lay, right there,” Crew cried out.

“What, no, going to get me some hot twink ass tonight comment?” Micah said teasingly.

Crew’s head snapped in his direction, his eyes showing his shock and horror. “Hell no. Why the fuck would I look for some twink and fuck up what I have with my mates? Have you lost your mind, Micah?”

Micah chuckled. “No, just a conversation I remember having with you once in this very room. Anyway, one hour and we’re all heading to the club,” Micah replied, then turned and walked out of the room. The sounds of skin slapping skin, sucking, and panting fading away behind him.

Chapter One

Jesse stood before the mirror, staring into his own eyes. Worry lines had begun to form around them, and he could see dark circles starting to appear. With the world around them falling into chaos and hundreds of millions already dead, he just couldn’t fathom it.

The horsemen had been set free on the world, and before they had lost all communication with the outside world, hundreds of volcanoes had erupted, illness had swept the land, governments had been murdered, and people had begun fighting for survival, killing each other in the streets. The last thing they had seen was that Yellowstone and two other supervolcanoes had erupted, and Jesse knew from watching documentaries about it that only one super volcano was enough to send the world into an ice age and kill most of the population.

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