Raised in heaven, Myra Evans sat on angels' knees as they told her stories. She hugged the angels and petted their wings, and played hide and go seek with them even though they always knew where she was. She grew up with angels as her best friends, her family.
As she got older, they started treating her differently. Instead of being an innocent little girl, she started to be treated like a warrior. The angels she once played with were now her fighting instructors, trying to form her into the perfect warrior. She never knew the difference, she just missed when she got to play.
One day, she decides she's had enough. The angels have always told her that the front door is always unlocked, but after the stories she's heard,she doesn't want to leave. Until one day, everything changes.
(Theme Song for this book is Let Her Go by Passenger)