Angeli by Amy Vansant
Genre: urban fantasy
Legendary pirate ANNE BONNY is alive and swashbuckling her way through the 21st century, but her stormy romantic life would make Blackbeard pack up ship and move to Kansas. Anne is a Sentinel, a soldier for mankind’s mysterious guardians, the Angeli. Anne will live 1000 years with enhanced stamina and strength, but in return, she’s required to hunt Perfidia, corrupted Angeli who drain human energy to survive. It is up to Anne to ensure humans aren’t hunted by their own deranged guardian angels.Source: Info in the About Angeli was from the press kit from the publicity team.
After losing his corporeal body in battle with a Perfidian, Anne’s fellow Sentinel and former lover, Irish bare-knuckle boxer CON CAREY, can only visit her by possessing the bodies of humans. With Con’s wicked sense of humor, these visits get embarrassing. Meanwhile, Anne’s romance with the aloof Arch Angeli MICHAEL has intensified… much to Con’s chagrin. Dating a guardian angel isn’t always what it’s cracked up to be, and sometimes Anne wishes Michael would become infected with Perfidia, just so she could pound on him a bit.
Dragged to Annapolis, Maryland, by her snarky assistant JEFFREY, Anne explores a recently discovered mass grave with Michael, the sexual tension between the angel and the pirate nearly unbearable, even when surrounded by skeletons. The two discover the grave is a dumping ground for a very different kind of Perfidian, and this new monster has been killing humans for centuries, undetected.
Now, the unusual love triangle, the pirate, the angel and the Irishman, must work together to defeat a Perfidian of untold power, threatening to end not only the Angeli, but the world.
Meet The Author
About Amy Vansant:
Angeli author, Amy Vansant is the editor of the best-selling Moms Are Nuts humor anthology, former editor for Surfer Magazine, and author of The Surfer’s Guide to Florida. She writes humor for places like McSweeney’s Internet Tendencies, Barnes and Noble Review and others. You can read more at her humor/self promotional site, http://AmyVansant.com. Or follow her on Twitter @AmyVansant. She’d like that. Be a dear.