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Angelus Rose: As Above, So Below (eBook)

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Angelus Rose:
As Above, So Below
Angelus Rose: As Above, So Below eBook Cover, written by Loren Rhoads & Brian Thomas
Angelus Rose: As Above, So Below
eBook Cover, written by Loren Rhoads
and Brian Thomas
Author(s) Loren Rhoads
Brian Thomas
Series As Above, So Below
Publisher Automatism Press
Publication date February 18, 2020
Media type eBook
Length 278 Pages
ISBN 9780963679499
ASIN B084S6WXYP
Preceded by Lost Angels: As Above, So Below

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Angelus Rose: As Above, So Below is an eBook written by Loren Rhoads and Brian Thomas. It is the second work in the As Above, So Below series by this author. In this work the character Lorelei is a Succubus as are several other minor characters.


Overview

  • Title: Angelus Rose: As Above, So Below
  • Authors: Loren Rhoads & Brian Thomas
  • Published By: Automatism Press
  • Length: 278 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • ASIN: B084S6WXYP
  • IBSN: 9780963679499
  • Publishing Date: February 18, 2020


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Plot Summary

If Romeo had wings and Juliet a barbed tail, could they find happiness in the City of Angels?

After their escape from the ashes of Lost Angels, the succubus Lorelei and the angel Azaziel want nothing more than to enjoy each other's company. Unfortunately, Asmodeus, the Demon Prince of LA, has threatened to devour Lorelei's new-grown soul if she doesn't bring about Azaziel's downfall. Meanwhile, Aza is keeping secrets of his own that threaten the tenuous peace between Heaven and Hell.

Three archangels come to town to try to set things right, but friendships are fracturing. The demon in charge of fallen angels is sniffing around. And Los Angeles is about to be caught between a devil and the deep blue sea.


Book Review

At the time of this article's entry in the SuccuWiki, no review was available. Tera has this work on her reading list and will review it shortly.


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