Any unnecessary information or anything that doesn't fit in with the rest? Thanks! (I kind of feel like paragraph two may have a little bit too much)
I'm just wondering if I need to mention that anyone else are also looking for him, or if I should just stick with Madeleine. I just know some people don't understand why that's all that she's doing, but it's because she's doing her job and someone else is doing his but I can't incorporate too many people so I don't mention his name. I just say someone else is doing a job that's a part of finding him too, going into the Plague's house. I felt like maybe that would clear up a little bit of how it seems like she's not doing much. She also hunts the Plague every night and goes to school, but I don't want to focus on the mundane stuff. I also wanted to reveal one of Jonathan's secrets because it seems to make him less credible and give her more reason for suspicion.
I would also like to know that when I first mention "the priest" if it is clear that when I say Jonathan right after that he is, in fact, the priest.
Eighteen-year-old Nephilim Madeleine fears her friend Caleb has been captured by the Plague. The Plague are killing with their venom as the Nephilim and Angels eliminate these soulless beings, but strong-willed Madeleine is going to find Caleb no matter who she has to fight to get to him.
Madeleine goes to the church where Caleb’s scent has vanished. She doesn’t expect to find anyone, but lingering behind the altar is a priest. Jonathan is mysterious and beautiful, igniting something inside of her. At the same time, she is burning to know what he’s hiding. He is the only one where her friend disappeared. She pushes away her romantic past with Caleb as she spends more time with Jonathan, but she can’t silence the voice that tells her he knows something about her ex that she doesn’t. She questions him every night after hunting the Plague, but she is not the only one looking for Caleb. Madeleine and her friends are infiltrating the home of the Plague to see if Caleb is being hidden where the creatures stay. She is doing her job looking for him while questioning Jonathan, bringing in her own piece of the puzzle. But Jonathan is always telling her she should stay away. When he confesses to her that he’s not a priest, she is relieved more than alarmed, but it also means he could be lying about everything else. If she can’t get him to reveal the rest of his secrets, she could lose Caleb forever. And in revealing them, she could lose Jonathan as well.
(finalized closing paragraph)