heaven’s most wanted quote

Aggie wiped her sweaty hands on her jeans. No one in the cafeteria was watching her, but it sure felt that way. If community college was high school 2.0, then the divine cafeteria was community college 2.0, full of cliques ready to make war on each other. The only thing missing was cheerleaders.

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it’s out!

Heaven’s Most Wanted is officially available! Buy it on Amazon! Or for your Nook! Or on Kobo! Or at Smashwords!

Okay, I’ll stop with the exclamation points now. Here’s what you’re in store for in book 3:

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It wouldn’t be Heaven if it wasn’t completely broken…

After saving Heaven from certain peril twice, Aggie should be a hero—or at the very least, receive a thank-you card.

Instead, she gets to fix Heaven’s outdated communications network. Her team is as unqualified as she is, and her personal assistant is… Raymond?

Yes, that Raymond, the archangel who stole her memories and tried to murder her two years ago. He’s all smiles now, with the most surprising offer:

If she can put the past behind her, Aggie can have her memories back.

Turns out, memory reabsorption is a painful process. While Aggie’s puking and discovering she was a terrible sister, Raymond tries to have her killed. Oh, and there’s a hacker sending malware all over the network.

It gets worse. The hacker isn’t some demon, she’s a human who just happens to be Aggie’s kid sister. This is a problem she can’t fix with holy fire—if Aggie can’t convince her super-stubborn sister to quit, Grace is gonna make herself Heaven’s Most Wanted.

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heaven’s most wanted quote

Kip clapped his hands. “Isn’t it beautiful? I wasn’t sure about the fountain, but now that it’s here, it’s just so adorable!”

At first glance, it was that classic woman pouring water from an urn statue. Except it wasn’t. The face was a cartoon kitten with oversized ears, and it was wearing a chain-mail bikini underneath those chaste robes. For lack of words, Aggie echoed blandly, “Adorable.”

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heaven’s most wanted quote

“I’ll stop by tomorrow and fill out a report. You can add this to my other fines.” Aggie crossed her arms and kicked a round stamp. It spiraled across the floor, disappearing deep underneath a utility shelf.

Through blatantly clenched teeth, Abraham said, “Your fines have reached maximum capacity. You’re delinquent.”

“And you’re a bad librarian,” Aggie sniffed. There. She said it.

He grimaced, a look that went deep into his eyes and caused him to shudder. “You don’t mean that.”

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heaven’s most wanted quote

She went back to the fridge for a refill and felt brave enough to adventure inside for food. She didn’t trust the leftovers in a square foam container, but there was a yogurt still factory sealed and not yet past expiration date. It was a flavor called ‘strength and stamina’ with pictures of bananas and strawberries lifting weights. The container was black with red text, promising Aggie all the help she needed to power through her next testosterone-fueled workout.

She was too hungry to not eat the man-yogurt, and it really was just banana strawberry.

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heaven’s most wanted quote

“I didn’t have time to mark all the places you need to sign.” Raymond picked up one and scanned it. “I’m sorry, I really am. We have to get this all this filled out and signed before the elders’ meeting tomorrow.”

“You said that was next week,” Aggie said, but she wasn’t entirely sure that it wasn’t next week already.

“I was wrong. Tomorrow they’re reviewing financials, next week it’s cat videos.”

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heaven’s most wanted quote

If there was anything worse than housework, it was someone else’s housework, especially if that someone had coerced her into doing it, and didn’t even live there anymore. Ms. Fuentes was the perfect worker—always on task, thorough, precise. That unfortunately meant that Beth had to be as well, but no matter. The aura of lemon disinfectant could be washed away with a lot of hot water and maybe some other-scented disinfectant.

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