And if that made any sense, this might be the book for you.
Angelhide, a modern fantasy
Fresh from Angel Academy, Aggie can’t wait to facilitate God’s Will. All the other graduates are filing paperwork while Aggie is charged with saving a man from certain death. Hallelujah!
Except… she’s not saving anyone. First she loses her ward, Nicholas Bayer. Then her phone dies after hours on hold with Divine Intervention. And thanks to a clerical error, Aggie is stuck on campus without a winter coat, a place to stay, or a dollar to her name.
When a demon attack nearly gets her killed, she learns that she knows absolutely nothing about her job. Real angels have swords, special prayers, and a slough of bureaucratic forms to wade through. Worse, her search for Bayer brings up more questions than answers: Why does Heaven deem fit to preserve a violent criminal stalking his family?
But Aggie isn’t giving up. She doesn’t need wings or a halo to rescue Nicholas Bayer, and she’ll keep him alive, even if she has to save him from himself. She just has to find him before the demons find her.