Celeste was walking home one night from her job at the bar she knew that she was being followed, he said what are you doing out here at night little lady but Celeste knew what kind of man he was and he pushed her against the wall Celeste warned him but it didn’t make any difference so Celeste gets angry and beats him up. Walking away Celeste runs into a young guy he asked her who she was and Celeste just said that she is a bartender and he said no your an angel, he introduced himself as Benjamin but that didn’t matter to Celeste and she was getting angry again and she ran towards Benjamin but a bright light came from his hands then Celeste passed out. When Celeste woke up she was in a strange white room and there was a glock next to her bed so she grabbed it, then Benjamin was there he warned Celeste not to use it but she shot him 4 times in the chest but he was still standing and Celeste couldn’t believe it so she attacked him and Benjamin broke her wrist, he told her to pray and it will be fixed but Celeste didn’t know what he was talking about which shocked Benjamin and he said that you don’t really know what you are do you. Benjamin told Celeste that she has been enrolled in the academy and when they need her they will contact her then the light came from his hands again and Celeste passed out again. Fantastic story I loved it and I highly recommend this book it’s definitely well worth the read. I received a copy of this book from Booksprout and I voluntarily leave my review.
Celeste Venoix is a bar maid who has come up through the foster system, and has no problem standing up for herself. When she does just that one night and takes care of a man who followed her home, she finds herself mixed up with Benjamin and Zachary, who are angels, and enrolled at the angel academy. Her best friend Charlie is along - he thinks - for the ride. But when they find out who Celeste's real parents are, the whole world changes for her. She is half angel and half demon - what will this mean for them all?
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