Airel: The Awakening (Airel Saga Book One)

Airel: The Awakening (Airel Saga Book One)

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Aaron Patterson By Aaron_Patterson Completed

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"Move over Twilight! Here comes Aaron Patterson!"
--Joshua Graham, bestselling author of Beyond Justice and Darkroom

"I was surprised by how much I really, really liked this book. I have not jumped on the whole "fallen angel" bandwagon, just as I didn't jump on all of the vampire stories that came out after Twilight. This is not your typical fallen angel story. It is one that has left me breathlessly waiting for the next one in the series. Hurry up please!!!"
--Sandra Stiles

BOOK DESCRIPTION:
All Airel wanted was to be normal...

She seems like an average 17-year-old in the anonymous
little city of Boise, Idaho: Airel. But those untroubled days are soon to end,
and the change she undergoes will be so radical she will wonder if it wasn't
all an illusion to begin with. Pursued ferociously, relentlessly by an ancient enemy
in the deepest darkness, now she will have to learn how to fight for her life.
And all because of who she is, because of her lineage. Because of this she will
never have what she wants most: she will never be normal.

  • angels
  • fantasy
  • high-school
  • historical
  • immortals
  • love
  • lovestory
  • paranormal
  • shifters
ScarlettDream19 ScarlettDream19 Nov 11, 2017
I'd rather be in dreamworld than reality. Reality sucks, honestly. Who wants a normal life without adventure?
ScarlettDream19 ScarlettDream19 Nov 11, 2017
I don't trust adults unless they're my parents...not even my aunt, she lies a lot
ji-hee13 ji-hee13 Apr 14, 2017
...was going to be the man who killled me...i wonder whats happens like is gonna let him kill her if she loves him or im i just reading this all wrong
joshdunnit joshdunnit May 15, 2017
"how can i sleep if i don't have dreams, i just have nightmares?"
ScarlettDream19 ScarlettDream19 Nov 11, 2017
I would never tell my children that, "reach for the stars" bullcrap. I'd tell them, they need hard work, and a good paying job to be successful in life. I'm keeping it real, no sugarcoating
ccsmudge ccsmudge 2 days ago
I have had that feeling many times!   It's almost like having deja vu only you're in a dream.