The course of true love never did run smooth.
(William Shakespeare, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, 1.1)
“I love you,” he said with a smile on his lips. And then his eyes snapped open, flashing green. A radiating white blur shot out from between his shoulders smashing everything within reach to the floor. I was thrown to the ground by the force of it and something hard hit my head. The last thing I saw was Adam’s shape against the white radiating light that seemed to have its source inside him…
Claire Gabriel is an unremarkable girl, 18 years old, living with her sister. She doesn’t believe in fairy tales anymore since her parents died a few years ago. Her small but well structured existence is shaken drastically as the boy she falls in love with turns out to be everything but ordinary. He seems to have stepped right out of a fairy tale; he appears to always know how she is feeling, he shows this alien glow in his eyes, and he is beautiful – more than anything.
Before she can think twice, she finds herself in love with the mysterious boy, unable to evade the dark shadow their feelings for each other draw up; because Adam isn’t the only mysterious creature hovering around Claire.
Bound together by their love they must fight for a way to be together while being threatened by their demonic opponents.
White is the first of three books about the impossible love between a human girl and an angel, Adam, who still has to find out about his angelic inheritance. It takes its readers on a journey through the goods and bads, ups and downs of Claire’s story and leads them through a world full of mysteries.