Kimberly Lewis is a nurse with a background in Critical Care, Case Management, Rehab, and Acquired/Traumatic Brain Injury. An avid cyclist and hiker, she lives in CT with three of her four children.
What is your writing process?
I think about the plot to pass the time while I'm driving in CT traffic. I don't sit down to write a chapter until I've run it through my head several times, working out the twists. I know a lot of authors do their revisions in rewrites, but I do that in my head until I'm ready to commit to it on the keyboard.
Do you remember the first story you ever read, and the impact it had on you?
I am a voracious reader. I will pick up any printed material and read it anywhere. I don't recall the first story I ever read because I'm told I was four when I started. A story I read that made a lasting impression was "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. The psychology of it held me spellbound. I like to get inside the heads of the characters.
Pregnant with her first child, Grace struggles to resolve residual issues after successfully completing the Atonement. The escaped daemon leader Shax has plans of his own at hand, never suspecting a savior he despises might factor into them.
Beth Jordan returns in The Redeemer, dedicating herself to the future savior of fallen angels. She orchestrates unlikely alliances between angels with long histories of enmity and towards humankind and each other.
Uriel struggles to accept Lucifer’s role as protector of the twins, but resents the growing understanding between the fallen prince and Beth.
As Beth and Sam prepare for their wedding and the birth of a child of prophecy, they prepare for opposition from Lucifer. Beth’s happiness is affected by unresolved feelings for the biological father, who happens to be an archangel. Despite the support of angels, Beth’s pregnancy is at risk when the demon from her nightmares threatens to tip the balance in favor of eternal darkness.
ICU nurse, Beth Jordan struggles to make sense of coincidences between resurfacing memories of her past and the men who have literally crashed into her life after an accident on the way to work. Tension builds as disturbing dreams of angels and demons begin to plague her. As she realizes the men in her life are not what they seem, she is drawn into an ancient conflict between good and evil.