When you ask your new boyfriend what he does for a living the last thing you expect to hear is Challenger of the Faith, Tempter of Man, or Warden of Lost Souls and False Apostles. This, however, is the answer Lilly Danasha receives from her new boyfriend Luc. Lilly's never been quite sure what to believe when it comes to religion, but she's pretty sure this was never even one of the options.
Luc's claims become even more outrageous when he weaves a tale about Lucifer's revolt being an elaborate scheme orchestrated by God to weed out those who would betray him. After a long exile on earth, Luc finally gets fed up with being the bad guy. He chooses Lilly, a young woman with literary aspirations, to tell his tale and finally get his side of the story out there. Luc lays open the truth behind the Bible and what really happened in hopes of finding some relief from being hated by those who surround him.
India Wings is the story of a young woman who falls in love with a man who claims to be the most nefarious villain the world has ever known. You thought your man was bad, try dating Old Scratch himself.
This isn't bad as hooks go, but you've got two mutually exclusive ideas: "the most nefarious villain" and "tired of being the bad guy". This can work if India is the one who's puzzled by a what she "knows" and what she sees but setting it up like this is discombobulating.
Plus, this better be funny. I'm not taking anything that seriously explores Satan dating a girl to the market place.