In Varying States of Disgrace
I thought the author has a very vivid and interesting imagination, and her creative storytelling ability really captured my attention early on, and held it until I finished this book...The ending was bittersweet, but in a good way and in all honesty, it was a HEA for them.
Tadiel and Dagon's life together is a series of stolen moments. They've been enemies in the Great War between Heaven and Hell since Dagon joined Lucifer's rebellion, but despite orders to kill each other on sight, they've remained friendly. After all, they have more in common with each other than with their respective sides. As the war barrels on toward the unavoidable Apocalypse, their friendship turns into more, but escape is impossible. Can love survive when the forces of Heaven and Hell combine to stamp it out?