We’ve talked about them for millennia. The Sons of Heaven came to Earth and lay with the Daughters of Man, spawning the heroes of old. They have been called angels. They have been called demons, the fallen, the devil… Somewhere behind the myths, there were men, winged men who came from the stars and took simple human women as mate. It is time for modern humans to discover who and what the Sons of Heaven were. When Jannie goes down the line into the deeper caverns in search of artifacts depicting the winged god-man, she doesn’t know a team member with a thirst for fame intends to cut her ropes. She doesn’t know her life will be saved by alien technology or that she will stumble upon a five-thousand-year old winged alien in a stasis tube tube. Meredith has been advocating for foster children for her entire career, so when the courts and child services conspire to remove an Earth-born Sakk child’s wings, she’ll risk jail to keep that from happening. When Beldon and Jannie return to Sakk, Sakkra becomes emissary to the humans. Between armed attacks and political nightmares, it seems the prince can’t even eat a meal without interruption. Enter Amy. She doesn’t want to test as a match; she’s happily engaged and happily human. When Amy’s other cousins tested as too human to be matches, Jolene didn’t bother. A one-night stand with Rietin ends with an unexpected pregnancy, but can Jo overcome her belief that Sakk men see all women as interchangeable? Sandy has had a lousy year. Her POS boyfriend dumped her when she got pregnant. Her step-father kicked her out of the house, leaving her homeless. And now…the final straw. Her sonogram shows the baby she’s carrying has wings.