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Angels of the Triad



Maddie Wade


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The Fate of the world is in the hands of a fallen angel.

With a declining birth rate threatening to end humanity, three fallen angels fight to save it. The Angels of the Triad, the disgraced former protectors of Eve, are fearless in battle. But as demons gather strength, a prophecy is revealed that changes everything.
Sariel is lethal, and he knows it. Now the bitter angel must once again become a Protector, risking everything to guard Jenica a descendent of Eve. The fate of the world is tied to the life of a single woman, a petite blonde with a smile that could make angels fall.


 Chapter 1
Sariel watched
disinterestedly from the alley-way, as the human ran across the road, her long
hair flowing behind her like a white banner. Rain lashed down on him, splashing
off the long leather trench coat he wore, ice cold needles of water running
down his face and mingling with the blood that saturated his shirt.
Demon blood! The stuff
reeked like a sewer on a hot summer day. Even after thousands of years,
smelling the stuff still made his stomach roil. Brushing his hair from his face,
he stepped off the ledge of the tall apartment block, landing on the concrete
500 feet below with barely a whisper of air. Feeling eyes on him, he glanced to
his right to see Malak and Zagan.
The pair were dressed
similarly to him, dark pants and long leather jackets, big heavy shitkickers on
their size 19 feet. Malak was the talker of the group—if he could get close
enough to someone, they would do whatever he willed. But then, they all had
that ability.
As Angels from the
dawn of existence, they held a power that few humans could comprehend. But
Malak had a way of twisting the humans so that they did his bidding without
realizing they had been manipulated. His blonde hair and blue eyes, coupled
with an easy smile and hard body, made him seem approachable, especially to
It was a mistake
people only made once. Malak was one of the Triad, as was Sariel. A group of
three Fallen Angels, banished to earth and stripped of their status as
Archangels by God for their sins. A sneer tipped his lips at the thought. He
and his brothers had been walking this earth for a Millenia, watching as God’s
children tore each other apart for lust and power, while he, Malak and Zagan
were punished for much less. But they had been Archangels and so, the
expectations placed on them were greater. They were to be beyond reproach,
expected to act with pure hearts and selfless souls.
Flicking the deadly
Carnwenna dagger in his hand, he approached his brothers, his stride long and
“Did you find the
other two?” he asked, knowing by their expressions that they hadn’t.
“No, I told you the
Shiwanna could not be trusted,” growled the dark-haired Zagan.
Sariel ignored his
angry outburst, watching the opening of the alley-way, with a guarded
expression. His senses were primed and tingling with the knowledge that Demons
were near. Gripping the dagger harder, his muscles tensed in readiness for the
coming fight.
“Demons!” Zagan spat
as Sariel felt his brothers move, flanking him as they had done since time
began. Adrenaline spiked his blood, heightening his already supernaturally
expanded senses.
A shadow fell over the
exit, and he watched as five Demons ambled into the alley-way, their distinct
white blonde hair making them stand out in the stormy evening light. A growl
reached his ears, and he suppressed the urge to smile. These Demons were young,
the distinct stench of burned popcorn that followed them around not as strong
as older demons. They would be inept and inexperienced, but what they lacked in
fighting experience, they would make up for with enthusiasm.
This was just what he
needed—a good fight to take the edge off the fury that raged through him.
Killing the Demons night after night was accomplishing nothing, as they had
increased vastly in the last ten years.
Armed with the knowledge
that the demons were spreading a disease to human women, the Angels realized
that the situation was dire and more desperate than ever. Fighting them was not
enough; they needed to drive them back into the fiery pits of hell where they
The first demon
launched himself at Sariel, their bodies colliding with the force of two Mack
trucks traveling at high speeds. He felt the young Demon’s wrist snap as he
swung his arm up, blocking the blow from the knife his enemy carried. With an
upward arc of his arm, he slashed the demon’s throat, severing his carotid
artery. Blood spurted over him as he dropped the demon to the floor. Flipping
the demon over, he grasped the back of his neck, ripping the spinal cord that
contained the brain stem from his lifeless body. Throwing it to the wet, dank
ground, he watched as the body shriveled up before turning to dust.
There was only one way
to kill a demon, and that was to sever the spinal cord. Contrary to common
beliefs, the heart was not where the soul resided; instead it was found in the
tiny synapses that fired the brain, each thought, each memory locked into one
small neuron.
Sariel glanced at his
brothers. The remaining Demons were turning to ash at their feet. He was
disappointed that they hadn’t put up more of a challenge, finding himself
becoming more bored of late. Roaming the earth and killing demons and evil
spirits had lost its appeal, and he could feel himself becoming more jaded by
the hour.
“We need to follow the
white-haired human,” Zagan began, but Sariel stopped him, not wanting anyone
else near her, except him.
“No, I will follow
her. You need to find the location of Sandalphon and Mihael. They are the key
to having this disease eradicated from human women.”
Zagan tilted his head,
watching him intently, and Sariel met his hard gaze, unflinching. With a nod,
Malak and Zagan took to the air, their mighty black wings briefly casting a
shadow over the night sky before they disappeared.
It was a common
misconception that Angels with black wings were servants of Lucifer, but that
was only partly true. As on earth, there was a hierarchy. True Fallen Angels
who did terrible deeds were indeed banished to hell and chosen by Lucifer to do
the work of the Dark Lord, a final ‘fuck you’ to God from his disobedient
children. But Angels such as himself and his brothers, who had just not lived
up to God’s high standards, were banished to Earth to protect his proudest
creation, although in their case, they had been stripped of the Archangel
status and power as well.
They were also given
black wings, but they were always tipped in the color of their previous wings.
His were a beautiful gold, Zagan’s a peacock blue and Malak’s a vibrant purple.
They were easily recognizable and vastly known throughout the Universe as God’s
Protectors on Earth. This made them targets, with only their fierce skill and
feared reputation holding back all but the bravest or most stupid Demons or
Evil from attacking them.
Sariel kept his wings
closed, hidden from the view of humans, and instead followed the scent from the
white-haired human. She was a scientist who had inherited a relic from her
ancestors that could be the key to saving the humans from extinction—something
that the great man himself was determined would not be allowed to happen.
He caught her scent as
he crossed the crowded street, heading toward Grand Park and the Cathedral of
Our Ladies of the Angels. It was where the sweetly scented human went every
night to provide assistance to the homeless.
He watched from the shadows
of a derelict building as she moved about the kitchen, her movements light and
smooth as if floating. Something about her drew him, and he knew that he didn’t
want’ Zagan or, God forbid, Malek anywhere near her. Sariel had never felt
love, not in the same way humans did. He felt compassion and protection, but
never the soul-crushing feeling that humans described.
It wasn’t that his
kind were incapable of love, it was more that he chose to lock that part of him
away. Another component of the triad’s punishment was that they were forbidden
to act on feelings of love. The penalty meant giving up their immortal status
to become human. If they chose to walk away from a relationship, then the
human’s mind would be wiped, and they would not remember a second of what had
been shared. Love and lust was what had placed his brethren and himself into
this mess. By not controlling and watching Eve, she had broken the rules
allowing lust and sexual desire to taint what God had created.
Sariel had never even
come close to feeling what he felt was a human emotion. Angels were superior
beings and didn’t need love; power was their drug. But now here he was,
entranced by his very own Eve, a direct descendant of the first female human.
His body flowed with a
heightened sense of need and desire for this woman, this inferior human, whose
help they needed if they had any hope of stopping the demons from obliterating
the race that God loved so much.

Author Interview:

~ Maggie Wade ~
you could choose to be a character in a book, who would it be? 
Lucy Bennett for
my Fortis Security Series. She is badass but bakes cookies and wears stiletto
heels while she does both.
is your favorite quotation?
If you’re going to rattle my cage, make sure I am
locked in.
or Cats? 
do you most value in a friend?
What is your Writing Routine? 
Get the kids
to school, come home grab a cuppa, and then sit and write until around 3pm when
I have to collect the kids. I take weekends off, so I can be mum and wife.
are you working on now?
I am currently writing book 8 in my Fortis Security Series,
Book 1 in my new Alliance Agency Series written with India Kells and Book 1 of
my Spin of series Eidolon Black Ops
did you come up with the idea for your book? 
Everyday life, conversations with
people, sometimes even dreams will spark an idea.
Are reader reviews important to you?
Massively and I read every single one. They are what keep me going when I hit a wall. These more than anything reenergize me when I am exhausted.
us about your other books?
My other series is based in the UK around British
Special Forces. It currently has 7 books released of 10. The first book is
free. My duet is Contemporary and quite angsty but has had so much love from
readers. All books interconnect in some way from series to series.
Finally, what are we likely to find in YOUR
Buttermints, phone charger, and well I can’t tell you all my


 About the Author:
Maddie Wade is a married mum of three children. She lives in Hereford in the UK. She loves martial arts and Ale, although not together. Maddie gained her black belt in karate at 14 yrs old and then went on to study jujitsu. She now watches her twin sons from the sidelines.

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