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Let’s face it- a millennium is an awfully long time and there isn’t enough paper in the world to write down every story since the beginning of Creation. So, one has to question:
What happens in those stories that aren’t told in Sunday School?
Chaos is alive in both Heaven and Hell. After St. Peter’s robes are dyed hot pink and the souls in hell are given sunglasses and sunscreen against the blazing inferno, God calls a family meeting to deal with the mischievous culprit. Lucifer, in his handsome human form, hangs out in the back of the throne room where he harasses his brothers and provokes God to confess His celestial secret.
The female angel was created on the seventh day after God consumed a little too much sacramental wine. She’s beautiful, charming, and powerful, but lacks an inherent sense of right and wrong. God doesn’t have time to make His little darling ‘Heaven’ worthy and decides the best way for her to learn some manners is to stay with humans. When none of the Heavenly Host volunteer to assume the position of her mentor, God proclaims Aurora would live with Lucifer on earth. Despite the devil’s adamant protests, God sweetens the deal by promising to return Lucifer’s wings.
After a little incident of missing jewelry from a high-end store, Aurora comes face-to face with her brother’s best friend, Lieutenant Ray ‘Hawk’ Hawkins of the LAPD. It takes no time for the man to conclude her naughtiness demands a firm hand on her devilish backside. After Hawk catches Aurora eating ice-cream with the Hell’s Angels in the middle of the night, he takes it upon himself to keep an eye on the devil’s little sister and shows his true colors. His Daddy Dom side draws out her innocence and vulnerability, and his dominant nature ignites a yearning even she can’t satisfy on her own.
When a bullet is fired with the intent to kill her, Hawk’s need to protect rises to a different level. What he doesn’t know is that someone in the spiritual realm put a target on his sweet little devil-girl’s back and he stands in the center of a war between two of the greatest powers in Creation. His love for Aurora rises above Heaven itself, but is he willing to make a sacrifice that could very well cost him his soul?
AUTHOR’s NOTE: This is a work of fiction. Fiction implies that the subject matter is not real, nor is it designed to offend, demean, degrade, or anything else people get paranoid about. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, angelic or demon, or actual events or religious teachings is purely coincidental. God’s got a great sense of humor (look at the platypus), so we hope you do, too.