Series: DARK REDEMPTION (UF)
Ratings: V5, S3, H2
Publisher and Titles: Pocket: Highborn (2010); Concrete Savior (20110
In her new human form and with her new human name (Brynna Malak), she immediately becomes involved in stopping a demonic plot that includes the murders of unknowing nephilim (offspring of a human and an angel). Brynna also gets involved with Detective Eran Redmond, who is investigating the case, but thinks it's just a human serial killer.
In this world, humans have no idea that demons exist, so Eran keeps trying to explain away all of Brynna's idiosyncrasies—trying to believe that she is just a rather strange homeless woman to whom he feels an inexplicable lustful attraction. Of course, seeing Brynna in full demon mode eventually changes his mind about the whole "normal human" idea.
The demon fight scenes are filled with extremely violent details, but the love scenes are presented in a more impressionistic way, with no graphic details (at least in book 1). The overall theme for the series is redemption. Brynna is trying to avoid Lucifer's hunters (who want to drag her back to Hell) and to do good works so that she can earn redemption (represented by white angel feathers that appear each time she does a really, really good deed—like saving someone from the clutches of the demons).