Exterminating Angel

Pamela Turner

ISBN 9781616505189
Publish Date 5/5/2014
Format ePub
Categories Romance Paranormal, Lyrical Press
List Price: $1.99

Making a deal with the Devil is the least of his problems.

Zaphkiel, a chain-smoking, hard-drinking archangel, never intended to unleash the sun demon upon the city. Bad enough his boss wants him dead, and this recent crime is the perfect excuse. The timing couldn’t be worse. Somehow, Zaphkiel’s executed lover, Caliel, is alive and reincarnated as Sean. Zaphkiel is thrilled to be reunited with Caliel again, but will his lover feel the same when he learns Zaphkiel’s darkest secret?

Hired by Lucifer, Sean wants nothing more than to fit in. But how can he compete when the Devil’s friends include archangels and a Tarot reader, and he was born without special abilities? Or so he believes. The Tarot hints there may be more to him than he realizes.

Recruited by the Devil to find the two pentacles sun demon Sorath plans to use to destroy the universe, Zaphkiel and Sean find themselves pawns in a game of power and control. If the archangel gives his boss the pentacles, Ophaniel will overlook his crime. But Zaphkiel knows he can’t trust either Ophaniel or Sorath, and the deal he’s made with the Devil could cost him not only his life, but also the lover he believed gone forever.

M/M sexual practices, occult themes, some violence, graphic descriptions.

About Pamela Turner:

My writing career began in middle school with a collection of horror stories I called “Tales of Terror.” These consisted of three issues of three stories written on notebook paper and stapled together. I passed them around to my classmates and asked for feedback, most of it positive.

Television influenced me, especially Rod Serling’s Twilight Zone and Night Gallery, but also Thriller, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, and One Step Beyond. Authors who shaped my writing include Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and Madeleine L’Engle.

I’ve worked as a freelance magazine writer, exotic dancer, artist model, secretary, and substitute teacher. Besides writing dark fiction, I also write screenplays and the occasional play and poem. My short screenplay, “Cemetery,” won second place in The Writers Place short screenplay/teleplay competition (2004), and my 10-minute play, “Brides of Deceit” (based on Agamemnon), was part of One Night With You, a local production, in 2007.

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