Caelum – Olde City Angels Book 1
Eva doesn’t claim to be a good guardian angel, but she tries. After she loses two charges, the Powers That Be begin to doubt her abilities. To redeem herself, Eva sets out to rescue Elsie, granddaughter of the former king of the Fae. A demon has kidnapped Elsie to complete an ancient ritual that will allow him to slip through the veil between Earth and Hell during the Sturgeon moon.
Thomas, an angel liaison, finally lands his first mission. But when he’s paired with the angel responsible for his uncle’s death, he has to put aside their differences to get the job done.
With unlikely friends in tow, Eva and Thomas are in a race against time. Save Elsie, save the world—oh, and save Eva’s job.
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The “Old Fort” as Phenex called it was only a block away. All of the wolves had shifted, except for John and Derek. The vampires were on standby, which was as close to ready as they were ever going to be. The gargoyles were already in flight and on their way. Once there, Kris dumped his bag of goodies in the grass. Fiona pulled out the sage and handed bundles to Thomas, Kris, and Phenex. Thomas produced a match and looked down at it then back to me. “How in the hell am I supposed to light the sage in this rain?”
“Ask for help. Come here.” Phen handed Thomas his lighter and held his hands over the sage until it was lit and started to smoke.
The vampires stayed back; the smoke irritated their skin since sage cleared negative energy and the hell-damned weren’t exactly good. I watched Soren, expecting him to join the other vampires. He cringed, scratching his skin, but never left my side. I’d have to deal with him if we survived this mess.