Heaven can Wait
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where the lines blur between saints and sinners.
nightmare, where angels are not always encased in a light of righteousness and
demons are not always dealing in all manner of debauchery. Where you might just
end up rooting for the bad guy…
thrilling temptations, you’ll love this urban fantasy and paranormal romance
collection of twisted proportions in Wings of the Wicked.
Heaven can Wait
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Amy’s life was filled with heartache and loss. She searched for love, acceptance, and found it in a stranger, a drifter like herself. He loved her for her, but left, breaking her heart, but giving her a reason to go on. Amy struggled against the evil that surrounded her to protect her daughter. But lost her battle. Leaving her baby alone. She now fights God, and Michael, The Angel that broke her heart, to return to earth to protect her daughter from Satan himself. Will she be able to return home in time to save her daughter, or will a secret from her past keep her locked in her own private hell behind the gates of heaven?
angelic type?” Amy’s words fell on deaf ears.
would be good of you to remember that.”
probably why she got assigned to him.
believe this is even heaven. Where are all the angels? Where are my parent’s? I
think this is a weigh station for those who got here too early, like me.”
heaven. You are here for a reason and you are not ready to mix with the general
public. You have much to learn yet.”
her mouth to voice that as Jacob slid a white leather-bound book across the
serious. Happiness, peace. Where’s the chapter on fixing mistakes you’ve made?
And I’m not talking about mine.” Her temper began to flair, but his golden
light squashed it before she could let him have it. Not fair. She needed to go
back. Her daughter’s life depended on it and would agree to any terms put
before her. But there’s no chapter on returns either.
pleasant and thankful when my daughter is in danger. Emma won’t be able to resist
their ploy, fight their magic, she’s just a child. ” Amy hated the nightmare
she found herself in. And wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t for Jenna, the witch
that she was.
Amy Waters wanted to throw anything she could get her hands on, but you can’t
do that here. No temper tantrums or hissy fits. Peter made sure she knew that
the day she arrived.
you have been fighting us for months, and why?” Jacob passed in front of her.
She hated how he made it all look so graceful, peaceful. She just wanted to
pinch his holy head right off.
a place people pray to go. Work their whole life to achieve. But all you want
to do is fight, argue, tell us this was a mistake. You know he doesn’t like
that.” Jacob stood tall before her. His presence calming, like a drug, but not
today. Emma needed her.
were under different circumstances then I would be overjoyed. But I was set up,
put here against my will, It’s not my time, he knows that.”
wanted to scream. Emma always kept her grounded, calm, peaceful, and she saw
the good in everyone, even Jenna. Amy knew when she found Jenna’s book that she
was part of the dwellers. The dark ones Michael warned her of. They called
themselves a church. But their worship wasn’t of anything Amy had ever seen. They
tried to pull her in, but Michael saved her.
knows your situation is of special circumstances, but you’re here, so let’s
make it work.” Jacob drifted towards the door. “Now read, I’ll return when you
her head into her hands as that day replayed in her mind.
fast, and the Ambulances kept coming with victims from the accident. Amy
grabbed the next gurney and took the report from the EMT as they raced to the
trauma bay. The driver, a woman, so young, was fighting for her life. Fear
ravaged her face. She was gasping, trying to talk, pointing to the door. Her
eyes widened and she grabbed Amy’s shirt, begging her to run. Amy shook off the
feeling of dread as the patient stopped breathing. Amy grabbed the Ambu bag,
turned on the oxygen, while the nurses started chest compressions. The paddles
were ripped from the defibrillator and Dr. Jackson yelled clear. Amy jumped
back, hands raised, but she was shoved forward, falling onto the
stretcher. Amy fought, but it was too
late. Dr. Jackson pressed the red button on the paddles and the last thing she
saw was Jenna, by the door, walking out of the room, invisible to everyone but
her. The witch wanted Emma. Now she has her and Amy was helpless from up here.
been the greatest love of your life?
have 5. 3 natural and 2 I adopted when they were teenagers.
choose to be a character in a book, who would it be?
pretty bad ass.
you read the most in your lifetime?
I remember reading, over and over was by Erma Bombeck. The Grass is always
greener over the septic tank. Great classic humor about everyday life and it’s
beach. No matter where I go I make sure I visit a sandy shore close by. My
favorite place to go.
you’ve written is your favorite?
the nurse talked my parents out of it. Said I cried too loud to be an Angel.
life it’s my escape.
value in a friend?
you most admire in a woman?
About the Author:
Lynda Kaye Frazier spends her days working for a group of Cardiologists doing ultrasounds, then each evening she’s in front of her computer, working on her next story. She grew up in Pennsylvania, but now lives in Arkansas where she enjoys the four seasons without a long, cold winter. She has five children, and four grandchildren She’s an avid reader of anything but horror stories. Other than spending time with her family, her favorite things to do are writing, reading, listening to music,and going to the beach. Surf, sand and a good book-her stress relief.
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