The archangel Gabriel has a score to settle. Rebellion has destroyed Aaru, and the angel that started it all is still on the loose. Gabriel will go to any lengths to make the rebel pay for his crimes, but, what the he didn’t bank on was being magically deprived of his powers and having to partner with a human and two demons.
Assuming a physical form opens an angel to sensation in all its tempting glory. And in his quest to bring about angelic justice, Gabriel will discover what it really means to sin.
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About the Author
After majoring in English Literature with a concentration in Medieval and Folklore studies, Debra promptly sold out to the corporate world, occasionally dabbling in writing marketing copy and op/ed articles for a local city paper. By day, she designs compensation programs, after dark she stuffs her nose into obscure mythology, and feverishly writes her novels. A DEMON BOUND is her debut novel. Debra lives on a farm in Maryland with Sweetie, three sons, and a Noah’s ark of four legged family members. Unlike her protagonist, she drives an old PT Cruiser, couldn’t carry a tune if you duct taped it to her back, and enjoys an occasional cosmopolitan (heavy on the vodka). On a good day, she jogs and horseback rides, hopefully managing to keep the horse between herself and the ground. Her only known super power is ‘Identify Roadkill’.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
There really isn't a whole lot to say. If you're a Debra Dunbar fan, it's "just another" one of her awesome books. If you're not already hooked, at the very least go back to the first of this series. It's best if you these in order, all of these. About the book: We have human Nyalla, angel Gabe and some demons. What more could you want? And does this ending mean there's more to come with this story? I sure hope so. In closing, Debra needs her own rating system… one with more than five stars!
I knew about Northern Lights, but I had no idea about this book until I finished Raphael's story. I think I love Gabe most of all. So lost but no less worthy of his own happy ending.