Samyaza is a leader of a group of Nephilim who petition him to come here from their domain in Earth’s early history so they may find mates. Since very few women are born there he reluctantly allows this, after appointing leaders to protect them from a vicious rival sect called the Guardians led by the self righteous Grigori. The Guardians however come under the pretext of protecting man's purity. Their claims to protect this world resulted in a centuries old struggle which managed to wipe out almost all Nephilim. Samyaza decided to stay behind, checking on his men through the passage of time to monitor their lives and impact on Earth. But coming here was forbidden with a price to pay, since Nephilim are immortal with super human abilities and knowledge. For the Nephilim who mates with a human will be banned from returning to their utopian like domain for eternity. Conversely, when this happens his mate along with their children up to the fourth generation acquires the same abilities of the Nephilim along with an extended life. Samyaza then comes to this present age on a mission and once completed, he plans to return to his domain permanently. However, Samyaza does not anticipate falling in love with a human female named Abbey Reid. She is a driven woman with multiple degrees and a personal desire to change the world despite her own losses. She is also up for a Pulitzer Prize for her work. Abbey does not know what to make of Samyaza. At first she agrees to help him search for one of his leaders, Arak, and the other Nephilim (whom he tells her are his brothers) that remain to help him fulfill his mission. After finding Arak he informs him that there are only two leaders left along with him Daniel and Balen. Samyaza is devastated and alarmed by such a revelation and vows to complete his mission. Samyaza eventually decides to tell Abbey he is leaving the area after a party he takes her to. But the Guardians show up and Abbey narrowly escapes being killed. When Grigori realizes Abbey was with Samyaza at the party, he senses Samyaza's feelings for her and becomes determined to end her life, confident he has found Samyaza's Achilles heel. Abbey is shocked at what she sees at the party after the Guardians show up; people making weapons appear out of thin air and appearing and disappearing. Their fighting skill is unmatched. Samyaza then snatches Abbey up right before Grigori tries to kill her and teleports with her to a secret underground fortress along with his leaders and wives to train and keep safe. He reluctantly tells Abbey who he really is and insists she will no longer be safe and must stay with them for her own protection. Abbey is shocked and unsure what to do, but decides she will stay there for now. Samyaza finally convinces Abbey she must say goodbye to her friends. Marco is the first friend she says goodbye to, along with her cousin Katie who was visiting Marco. She tells them she is moving out of state. Despite their objections, she says her goodbyes and leaves. Abbey then proceeds to her friend Dakota’s house to tell her goodbye, when Grigori shows up. A battle ensues and Dakota is now forced into hiding with Abbey and the Nephilim. Dakota is not at all happy with being forced to leave her life or risk being killed by the Guardians. Dakota is strong willed and quite a free spirit, but has a derisive sense of humor, which she uses to deal with her situation. Abbey and Samyaza leave the fortress temporarily and Grigori kidnaps Abbey and disappears. Grigori then forces her to help make a retrovirus to kill the Nephilim and their decedents. When she refuses, he brings in Marco whom he has kidnapped as well. Marco tells Abbey they kidnapped Katie and is unsure if Katie is still alive. Abbey is devastated by this turn of events and her choice is to either kill the man she has fallen in love with along with the other Nephilim and their decedents or let Marco and Katie die.
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