Angels' Innocence

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Crowbarland Books, Apr 1, 2020 - Fiction
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Miranda was a single mother, just trying to get by on a barista's salary. When he came into the coffee shop, she just thought he was a homeless person, in for a handout. But when her Hero saved her from a mugging, a little act of kindness brought them closer than she would have expected. But when the mysterious executives of Angel Corp took too much of an interest in him, a mystery started to unfold, whether she was ready for it or not. Little did she know what that little act of kindness would do to her life. For when you entertain strangers, angels might not be so far away.
 

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Contents

Chapter One The Plane
Chapter Four Becky
Chapter Seven My Hero
Chapter Nine The Dream
Chapter Eleven The Video
Chapter Thirteen The Not So Great Escape
Chapter Fifteen Hero Im Home
Chapter Seventeen The VA Shrink
Chapter TwentyNine My Two Mikes
Chapter ThirtyOne I Know You Are but What Am I
Chapter ThirtyFour Another Dawn
Chapter ThirtySix The Offer
Chapter ThirtyEight Returning Home
Chapter Forty The Mission and What It Means
Chapter FortyTwo Twice in One
Chapter FortyFour Tuesday Morning

Chapter Nineteen Visiting Work
Chapter TwentyTwo Picking Up Becky
Chapter TwentyFour A Little Light Stalking
Chapter TwentySix Returning Home
Chapter TwentySeven On the
Chapter FortySix My What?
Chapter FortyEight Traveling
Chapter FiftyOne The Last Straw
Chapter FiftyThree Ribbon Cutting
Chapter FiftyFive Unexpected Reinforcements

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Cassandra Morphy is a Business Data Analyst, working with numbers by day, but words by night. She grew up escaping the world, into the other realities of books, TV shows, and movies, and now she writes about those same worlds. Her only hope in life is to reach one person with her work, the way so many others had reached her. As a TV addict and avid movie goer, her entire life is just one big research project, focused on generating innovative ideas for worlds that don’t exist anywhere other than in her sick, twisted mind.

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