The Chronicles of Gabriel

The Chronicles of Gabriel

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The world is not what mortals think, and neither are angels and demons. Celestials have been around since the dawn of time, occasionally being seen for what they really are and then being immortalized in pictures and in print, such as in the Bible. However, as Gabriel and Michael would both be quick to point out, those are mortal man's versions of them. Angels and demons are not good and evil, but simply two sides with differing political views, both vying for control over the balance of power, and mortal man just happens to be in the line of fire. Add to this mix a third part, Pure Souls, mortals who are somehow untainted by the standard negative energy that touches most mortals. The Pure Souls are the key to a prophecy that changes the rules. Lucifer Morningstar and his faction are in pursuit of a Pure Soul, Billy Strong, who is unaware of his key role in the grand scheme of things. Alas, Billy is an attractive young man, and Archangel Gabriel is smitten with the young man. As the saying goes, you can't help with whom you fall in love. What ensues is a action packed romp through the world of the celestial beings, and a lot of soul searching for the Archangel and the object of his affection. The gay erotic tale of celestial love and politics takes on global proportions, and traverses several levels of Heaven and Hell.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 230 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 13.21mm | 403.7g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507769520
  • 9781507769522

About Robert a Melos

Robert Melos has been a Realtor in New Jersey for 28+ years, and a life long writer. He has published several other titles including The Adventures of Homosexual Man and Lesbian Lad (available on Amazon) and Cool Mint Blue and Melba Ridge (both on AuthorHouse). He currently lives in New Jersey, but is always open to options.show more