Angel 1089

Cover of Angel 1089 When this deal breaks, Heaven will fall.

Catching two demon burglars is routine for Gabriel 1089, who�s one cog in an army of cybernetically modified humans protecting the sky city of Heaven. Until two turns into a twenty-demon ambush. When he wakes up, he�s missing his network-enabled halo�and one of his metal wings.

The down-level junk dealer tending Gabe�s wounds has hands that spark nerve endings he never knew he possessed. But for an angel cut off from Heaven, an attic in Old Trent feels more like a trap than a sanctuary.

Demons on his doorstep are nothing new for Jeff Werth. Ever since they saved his daughter�s legs, they�ve been calling in their marker. In exchange for his services�nursing Gabe back to health so they can use him as a pawn in their war with Heaven�they�ll consider the debt paid in full. Except having a powerless angel at his mercy feeds a rising desire that has him rethinking the deal.

Then the de-haloed Gabe begins having dreams that become visions�then memories. Until he�s not sure whose side he�s on. Heaven, or the simple family man who healed his broken wings�and made his heart whole.

Review Excerpt:

"As far as the story and characters are concerned, both are strongly written and readers should know that this is not your usual angels and demon story, as both groups are made up of altered humans. The main characters, Jeff and Gabe, are drawn to each other. However, Jeff is reluctant to get involved with the angel and his reasons are very realistic. I was drawn the most to Gabe, who soon realizes that things are not always what they seem. Although the young angel is tossed into a situation he does not understand, he does hide from the new truths he is forced to accept. There are several interesting secondary characters that help move the story along and a few twists that help keep the story interesting. I am looking forward to more in this series and wonder just what the author has planned next." - Literary Nymphs Reviews (Received 4.5 out of 5 Nymphs)

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