Author: Michelle L. Johnson
Release Date: September 23, 2014
Publisher: Spence City
Genre: Young Adult, Paranormal, Angels, Fantasy
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When Julia climbs into a flaming car to save a trapped child, she's left wondering why either of them survived. Then she learns that her father is the Archangel Gabriel, and that she is half human, half Archangel.
With guidance from Michael, the most powerful Archangel, Julia sets out to discover her own history and explore her angelic powers. But her journey is cut short when an evil force, invisible to human and angel alike, tears her world apart.
Now Julia must fight through her despair, harness her newfound gifts, and risk her very soul to stop the A'nwel and protect the family she never knew she had.
What she doesn't know is that Archangels have secrets too.
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Michelle L. Johnson is the author of DIVINITY, a supernatural urban fantasy, and the author of THE FOOTLOOSE KILLER, a mystery. She's also a literary agent, a coffee lover beyond reason, and has a fascination with the workings of the human mind.
Her key influences have been Stephen King, Anne Rice, and C.S. Lewis, but is inspired by every author to put pen to paper.
Michelle lives in Jacksonville, Florida with her muse and her rambunctious Cocker Spaniel, Sammy.
"Your attempt on your life did serve a purpose. It made you realize that you are here for a reason. It made you start to become open to the reasons why that might be the case.”
Julia could only nod. She’d survived enough carbon monoxide poisoning to kill six people. There had to be a reason for it. Michael’s wording struck a nerve, though. He said she started to ‘become open’ to it. Gabriel had said that crazy people were ‘open’ to alternate realities. Did that mean she went crazy? And how would she know if she did?
“Michael,” Julia said with a tremor in her voice as she gazed at her breathtaking reflection, “am I crazy?”
“You are not crazy.”
“But, Gabriel said…”
“What he said was true – for your mother, and for others like her. You are not crazy. You are half human and half Archangel. That alone is reason enough for you to be able to see and believe.”
Julia lifted her wings, curling them outward at the tips. A sense of peace spread over her. “I’m not crazy.”
“No, you aren’t.”
“If I need to remember things in my own time, then why are you helping me?”
“Because it is your time.”