It is a toss-up between “Flossie” and “Calvary Nelson.” Calvary is a character my readers have yet to meet. I fell in love with Flossie because of the inner strength she exhibited in the face of devastating loss. And I adored the way Flossie loved, Ajuma, the Nephilim angel who fathered her children. She was “enslaved” on Magnolia Hill, and yet her indomitable spirit never allowed her to become a slave to the horrible set of circumstances she was dealt. Flossie will always have a piece of my heart. She is the “alpha” female in the series, a bright light in the midst of darkness.
Calvary is exquisite, with the smooth, coal black skin she inherited by Flossie, and the vibrant green eyes she inherited from her Nephilim grandfather (many times removed), Ajuma. The miraculous circumstances of Calvary’s birth must be hidden from the world until she comes to the full knowledge of who and what she is and her true purpose. I fell madly in love with Calvary, as she is my “omega.” Every character, every scenario, and every plot twist is engineered to lead the reader to her.