Friday, August 23, 2013

Book Blitz: When Angels Fall by Stephanie Jackson

When Angels Fall
Paperback260 pages
Published August 15th 2012 by S.O.S. Publishing

Danielle Coulter had never believed in anything except her mother, hard work and heartache. She never had time for religious fairy tales. But when her mother died, Dani was forced to believe…or die. Not only was she forced to accept that God and Lucifer are real, but also that she is the last living descent of God on Earth. An undeniable fact when the Archangel Gabriel fell to Earth to protect her.

Archangel Gabriel; banished from Heaven over four million years ago for refusing to kill his brother, Lucifer, was about to get a second chance to re-enter Heaven. He was sent to Earth on a mission from his Father to protect the last Daughter of God; the last woman to carry the Blood of God on Earth, and kill his brother, once and for all. Gabriel had never expected to feel anything for Dani, but he soon found himself willing to fight Heaven and Hell to keep her safe, even if it meant his own destruction.

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Author Bio: 

Stephanie Jackson up in Nashville Tn, and writes paranormal and paranormal romance novels. Her books include:

The Undead Heart (#1 in the Blood Thirst Series)
Blood Thirst (#2 in the Blood Thirst Series)
The Wrath of Potter (#3 in the 3 book Blood Thirst Series)release date June 30th 2013
The Reaper Within
The Lamp
When Angels Fall

The Reaper Within (Dark Rain)Release date-August 2013
Juvenile- Release date-Jan. 2014

Stephanie Jackson lives in Clarksville, TN with her husband, Rick. She been married for a lot of REALLY long years and has numerous children of varying ages, all seemingly incapable of doing their own laundry or preparing a meal. They're all grown and employed, but they won't leave. They never leave. On any given day, you can find one of them testing the holding power of the couch and making sure the remote control is in good working order.

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