The Mark of Love & War [HOLD INDEFINITELY]

The Mark of Love & War [HOLD INDEFINITELY]

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Misguided By Misguided Updated Jul 10, 2015

Two years have passed since The Decision. Two years was all it took for everything to change.  Fallen Angels and Demon's roam the Earth as if it were nothing. Angels and Guard's protect humans, not secretly, but in the naked eye where they can watch them and interact with them.  Two things that should never have happened. Two things that were 'once upon a time' against the Angelic Law.  Alexis has been battling her way around, waiting to finally get through to the Angelic World to find her love, her rock, Gabriel. As the years went on, hope had started to diminish along with her will to trust. Time had become nothing but an object; life had become a blur.  But after a visit from an old 'friend' explaining how there was a loop hole in getting into the Angelic World, Alexis finally had a spark of hope inside her... on the other hand she wasn't expecting the man guiding her to Gabriel to be one that had abandoned her in her time of need.  The journey she thought would be easy turned into a journey of discovery, ill-fated feelings, war, loss... and a fight for love.  In more ways than one...   
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ *Sequel to Mark of a Fallen Angel

NeedsHope NeedsHope Sep 10, 2015
he's a fallen angel and your Akexis\Lonny omggg is this reallll
why__so_serious why__so_serious Sep 01, 2015
Youve only got yourself so do something about it instead of moping
JoyLauren JoyLauren Aug 01, 2015
OMG HES AN ANGEL! AND U'LL BECOME LONNY! THIS BOOK IS REAL! 0_0
franceu franceu Mar 30, 2015
she's been snapping her head way too often...since the first book.
-Janine- -Janine- Nov 17, 2014
OMG XDXD
                              
                              Take off his shirt and look for the mark next time you get the chance.
AspnWolfH AspnWolfH Jun 20, 2014
i read your books and they are great i love all of them and i think that you're an awesome writer and this book (and the first one) is one of the best i've read so far