FriesenPress, 2011 - 184 pages
Angels are on assignments. Righteous angels work for good, while the fallen seek to do evil. Rafael is a righteous angel who becomes guardian to Joshua Lance by his dying mother's prayer. Joshua is black and is adopted by a white family. Joshua is enrolled in a white private school in a small southern town. Before leaving for college, Joshua decides to search for his birth-family and locates Pop's Johnson a black man who agrees to help. Patricia Forrester has developed a relationship with Joshua and when they attend a dance against her father's orders; they discover a noose hanging from a tree. Patricia discovers a secret about her father and is sent away, leaving Joshua to wonder if he will ever see her again or be united with is birth-family. Meanwhile, Rafael continues to encourage Ramiel, a fallen angel and Patricia's former guardian to seek forgiveness and be reinstated.
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