To fulfill his destiny, he'll have to uncover hers.
Zeph is half angel, half human, and a total disappointment. As the first double Divisa born in 20 years, everyone expected his supernatural gift to be extraordinary, but instead he didn’t have one at all.
After 17 years of insignificance, Zeph has given up on ever gaining the approval of his family and community, but when Zeph meets Eve, she sees value in him that no else has. Suddenly, Zeph’s quirks start to look more like rare supernatural gifts, instead.
Besides being brilliant, beautiful, and way out of Zeph’s league, Eve is an intriguing mystery that Zeph can’t resist trying to unravel. Zeph is convinced that Eve is a Celestia Divisa, but she’s completely unaware of their existence, and she doesn’t seem to have a gift, either.
When Zeph shares his theories with his friends and family, it’s no surprise that no one else believes him. No one but Eve, that is. Together, can Zeph and Eve discover their incredible destiny?
Discerning Spirits is the first book in The Celestia Divisa Collection, a series of clean, paranormal angel romance novels that can be read in order or as stand-alones.
If you like sweet, heartwarming romance novels with charming characters that find themselves when they find true love, you'll love Discerning Spirits!
"I liked the plot of this book; it was awesomely different, it kept my interest until the end. A different take on angels in the paranormal world of romance. The chemistry between the characters was explosive. I highly recommend this book. It is well worth your time. You won't be disappointed." "One of the best books I've read in awhile! Could not put it down and just finished and immediately bought the next two in series! Really makes you believe that angels are real." "I loved this book. Most of the young adult fantasy out there either deals with witchcraft or magic. This book has neither. It is instead a beautiful story of two misfit teens meeting each other and becoming totally captivated. There were also a few plot twists thrown in, which were quite unexpected, but added to the story instead of detracting from it as some that I have read do, and some that just seem to be thrown in as filler, and are employed to keep the story going just to make the book a certain length. In this story, every part of the story seemed necessary. This book may be listed as a YA novel, but it is not necessarily only for teens. I think people of all ages who enjoy a building relationship between today's teens without all of the sex and bad language will also enjoy this read."