“And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day.” —Jude 1:6
Rebecca Hodder has always been content with her life in the Old Order Mennonite community of Mitternacht, Iowa, and never wanted to go running around like many of her friends. Boys are attracted to her looks, which is probably why she has a reputation as a flirt. She just never got very interested in any of the locals—until Zeff Eliason moves in as her father’s new farmhand.
Zeff says he’s from a Mennonite community in Canada, so maybe that’s what makes him so different. That and the fact that he won’t give up in his pursuit of her. What Rebecca doesn’t know is that Zeff is looking for much more than a few kisses . . . he wants nothing less than her virtue.
Zeff is a fallen angel who needs to get to the next level of hell in a bad way. In a challenge worthy of a college locker room, he has to take the virginity of the purest, most devout girl he can find. What he doesn’t know is that there are powers in heaven and earth more binding than his … and love is the strongest of all …