Those Who Walk Among Us [NOOK Book]

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A race of angels called the Ancients believe Sally Ann Myers can defeat Xaphan, or at least slow him down, but they won't be sure until she passes the ultimate test--a test she's not aware of. She became an angel after death to watch over Rick Stanton, keeping him safe from all harm, whether she's allowed to or not. She loved him in life and that love carried over into death. And as far as she's concerned, Rick is her only assignment. John Barnes, an angel who made it to the highest rank and lost it all after one...
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Those Who Walk Among Us

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Overview

A race of angels called the Ancients believe Sally Ann Myers can defeat Xaphan, or at least slow him down, but they won't be sure until she passes the ultimate test--a test she's not aware of. She became an angel after death to watch over Rick Stanton, keeping him safe from all harm, whether she's allowed to or not. She loved him in life and that love carried over into death. And as far as she's concerned, Rick is her only assignment. John Barnes, an angel who made it to the highest rank and lost it all after one fatal mistake, is sent to keep Sally Ann safe until the Ancients know for sure she's the right woman to go against Xaphan. John's second chance turns into a nightmare as he falls in love with Sally Ann and tries to keep her from breaking all the rules to protect Rick. One slip-up and they could be demoted to ghost status, leaving the world at the mercy of Xaphan. A spooky graveyard, a ghostly girl, a peculiar old woman, and demons in black hooded robes help draw John and Sally Ann toward a sinister climax, and it'll take all their strength and knowledge to beat back the darkness and remain in the light.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780744312003
  • Publisher: SynergEbooks
  • Publication date: 8/20/2006
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 478 KB

Meet the Author

A great love and curiosity for the spooky and unexplained led Margaret Marr to writing paranormal stories laced with romance, mystery, and horror. She especially loves cemeteries and is fascinated by one in her hometown where most of the gravestones are marked with unknown occupants and entire families were wiped out in one day.
Margaret is a staff writer for Nights and Weekends, a popular e-zine filled with reviews of books, movies, games, music, columns, and humor, so you don’t have to spend another weekend brushing your dog's teeth for lack of something better to do.
Future plans include traveling around the USA visiting haunted houses and cemeteries, building a log cabin in the woods with the love of her life, and settling down to something normal to become the next mega-seller in the competitive world of books.
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