Immortal City

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Penguin Books Australia, 2012 - Angels - 368 pages
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We pay them to protect us. And we're their biggest fans.

They are our celebrities, and we worship them with paparazzi and endless gossip and speculation. To us, they are glamour. To them, we're an assignment. Their job is to guard us-that is, those of us who can afford them . . . Because the only thing stronger than a Guardian Angel is the rule they must obey.

So what happens when one of them falls for one of us?

In the City Angels, the rules are about to be broken.

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User Review  - catya77 - LibraryThing

This is a coming of age and a coming to grips with reality (their reality) for Mads & Jackson. They live in a world where angels, trained Guardian Angels, protect people for money. There are also a ... Read full review

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User Review  - eomalley - LibraryThing

Music video/movie director Scott Speer leaps into the YA paranormal book market with his début novel Immortal City, an intriguingly different take on the currently saturated angel market. In Speer’s ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Scott Speeris a movie and music video director and a graduate of the University of Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts. He has worked with Will.I.Am, Ashley Tisdale, Paris Hilton, Jordin Sparks, and other Hollywood personalities, and most recently directed Step Up 4. He is also the author of Immortal City. Scott lives in Los Angeles, CA.

Visit him online at www.ImmortalCitySeries.com.

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