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Rage and Ruin

By Jennifer L. Armentrout

  • Genre: Fantasy, Books, Young Adult, Fiction, Coming of Age, Horror, Monsters & Ghosts, Romance
  • File Size: 10.00 MB


"Jennifer L. Armentrout is a master of weaving rich contemporary realism with magic and mayhem. Her characters will grab hold of your heart and refuse to let go. Every page left me wanting more."—New York Times bestselling author Brigid Kemmerer


Half-angel Trinity and her bonded gargoyle protector, Zayne, have been working with demons to stop the apocalypse while avoiding falling in love. The Harbinger is coming…but who or what is it? All of humankind may fall if Trinity and Zayne can’t win the race against time as sinister forces gather.

As tensions rise, they must stay close together and patrol the DC streets at night, seeking signs of the Harbinger, an entity that is killing Wardens and demons with no seeming rhyme or reason. But as deaths pile up and they uncover a plot endangering someone dear to Zayne, Trin realizes she is being led…herded…played for some unknown end. As anger builds and feelings spiral out of control, it becomes clear that rage may be the ruin of them all.
The Harbinger Series:
Storm and Fury
Rage and Ruin
Grace and Glory

Can’t get enough of Zayne? Read about his past in The Dark Elements series:

The Dark Elements Series:
Bitter Sweet Love (ebook-only prequel)
White Hot Kiss
Stone Cold Touch
Every Last Breath


  • Beyond in love

    By kat_0530
    I love this whole series. The author did a wonderful job. I read both of these books in less than a day I was so invested. I hope there’s more to this series. I love how it’s not your typical romance either. I couldn’t predict what was happening. I would suggest this to anyone who asked for a good book. I will be buying the hard copies soon. They deserve a spot on my bookshelf.
  • Good read, but a little too long

    By C.R.Hope
    Good story. A little long. I kept putting the it down and starting again. JA knows how to make you invest in her characters and want to know what happens to them. This story takes you around the world and back and leaves several open ended story lines. Keep tissues handy for the last part of the book. I bawled my eyes out. (That’s how you know JA has great character development!!!) Looking forward to the next book and finding out some answers. (there has to be another book! It can’t end like this.)