Bilquis SanGreal grew up knowing she would have to make sacrifices to be in the Knights Templar. Sacrifices like losing her mother to the Templar’s ongoing battle against the Unholy; sacrifices like trading her childhood in for relentless training; sacrifices that keep her completely isolated from the world of a normal teen girl.
Billi’s lone wolf status is challenged when her childhood friend, Kay, returns from his psychic training in Jerusalem. Kay manages to stir things up quickly — he’s gorgeous, But Iarrogant, and wants to slide right back into his old place in Billi’s life. Billi is skeptical, but interested, until she meets Michael — an ethereally handsome guy who seems to understand her like no one before him, and effortlessly stakes a claim in her heart.
Just as Billi’s starting to enjoy this pleasant new twist to her life, Kay ruins everything. In a moment of bravado, Kay uses the last of the Templar’s treasures, King Solomon’s cursed mirror, drawing the attention of one of the most dangerous of the Templars’ enemies — The Angel of Death.
Only with the mirror can the dark angel unleash his full powers, and now that he’s heard the call of the mirror, he’ll stop at nothing to get it. To save London from catastrophe, Billi will have to make sacrifices greater than she’d ever imagined
None of the available cover of this book become my favorite. You can compare between the US and Indonesian cover. I am pretty sure you get what I mean. But I still wanna read it.