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on Feb. 14, 2017
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What if the Bible has it all wrong about the Anti-Christ?
What if this person is female and what if she actually has a choice?
Meet A.C. a.k.a Angelica Cunningham
Angelica is drop dead gorgeous, lives in a sprawling mansion with her two aunts, attends a prestigious private school, is an A student and excels at everything she does effortlessly. She has a great life.
That's until her 16th birthday and it all goes banana's. One of her aunt's fall mysteriously ill on the brink of death. Angelica is suddenly telepathic, has a heightened sense of smell and is seeing supernatural beings, that only exists in fairy tales.
Angelica's family is forced to tell her the truth. Her aunts are actually supernatural beings that have been charged with protecting Angelica from her father, Lucifer. He has put a bounty on Angelica's head and every creature from the Abyssal Realm a.k.a Hell is looking for her. In addition she has a hot guardian angel that has been assigned to her since birth that she can now see.
She is suddenly thrust into a dangerous, magical world. Between dealing with her new identity, a love triangle, hiding from her father, and just trying to be a teenager she has to make a decision to run, fight or wait for the darkness to consume her.
So I started the book out and we are introduced to Robinette and it threw me for a loop because the blurb mentions Angelica. I thought that just maybe I had the wrong book in my hands. So I continued reading and then it all clicked and came together. What do you do when you have a child with the devil but don’t remember ever sleeping with him?
Well you give birth and raise her with guardian angels as they will protect her. We watch as Angelica grows into a beautiful young lady and she has had a sheltered life. So when she finally gets to go to school with others of things just doesn’t go 100 percent perfect. Angelica slowly wants answers as to what is going on in her life will those who are raising her give her the answers she is looking for?
I really enjoyed the characters I felt they were well developed and it was hard to not, not like them. I really loved how Michael tries really hard to not fall in love with Angelica, though it seems that something will happen between them both. The plot was steady and there was not a dull moment within the book. Even with Angelica going to school it seemed that there was something interesting going on. I liked how the author made
I do believe I will read book two as I want to know what is Angelica going to do when her father does find her. Will Angelica follow the good path or the one her father has for her?
I watched a scary movie and dreamed about dancing with the devil. The next day I started writing Waiting For The Beast and I haven’t stopped writing since.
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