The Angelmen Series Chronicles
The discovery of four leaders of the long forgotten race of the Nephilim who have just been identified by the enemy. Satan wants to activate his army of old to boost his chances in the final battle against all that is God.
God is determined to rescue his people, who, although originally propagated by the meeting of demons and women, became more human than angelic other than a few latent powers activated in the presence of one another.
God will not save them without the obedience of a sacrifice. Will the leaders work together to save their race from Satan’s regime? Who will be the sacrifice?
Amity of the Angelmen:
Amity David is the first angelman to learn of her new heritage. As a pastor’s daughter, this seventeen-year-old student doesn’t think there is much she has not already learned about God and His plans. Her own personal angel has come to tell her she’s wrong. The mission she is given flies in the face of her quiet life and can only be sorted out with the help of the young priest, Mackenzie Abel, who wants to help Amity solve her identity crisis to avoid his own. Mackenzie sends Amity on her way to complete her mission, not knowing how much more God will ask of him in this war as well.
The War began long before anyone was there to stop it. And when it began, only God knew how much destruction would occur. The beginning was innocent, just as the birth of a child never seems to preclude the sinful nature that will develop within it. Among the heavens, God placed some of His most marvelous beings, the angels. Tall and elegant, these creatures were awesome to behold. Using the unearthly sound of their voices and their winged flight, they dedicated their service to the Creator.
But the angels were still just creatures, not favored by God. Most of them knew the majesty and might of Whom they were serving and would do nothing but. However, there was a stir among the rest of these fantastic beings. They knew things with which perhaps they should never have been entrusted and realized just how great they were, with thanks to the most magnificent of them.
All of the angels stood silently to watch in utter amazement the day God created man. His form was similar to that of his Maker, though nowhere near as glorious, and he seemed so small to the giants in the audience. A mumbling went through the ranks of the discontent that this new being could hardly be more than a pet for the great God of the universe.
The discontent remained when woman was created, whom the angels agreed was most fair. Still, the God they served seemed to harbor a love for these little beings that far outweighed what He felt for the angels.
The good among them had no complaint. God had created for Himself a family. Obviously, man wasn’t perfect—far from it— but he was interesting. Many angels were called into the service of caring for and sending messages to these people. The good served, because it was what God asked of them, and one just does not question his Maker. His will is accomplished.
There was one who felt he had served the Maker enough. God had His fill of him, and he had his fill of God. Rumor of a coup was rising.
So it was that Lucifer encouraged the mumblings among the discontent. This group fell away from the covering of their God and claimed their allegiance to Him no more.
Nothing could stop Asher Andrews. The high school football and track star was on his way to stardom as a professional athlete. One day in October, however, his life made an interesting twist as he was told by an angel that he’s only partly human. His new life as an angelman would involve finding Amity, finding love, and protecting the Cause. Realizing how lonely his fame had made him, Asher was ready to accept his mission. However, demons were sent to bring the angelman down before he could complete his mission.
Nothing could stop Asher Andrews… but the forces of Satan would surely try.
The Stranger Girls at Hanover High School all fell into one of two camps.
The first camp was his fan club, those who swooned at the sight of the tall, fair-skinned, handsome track star. A teenage girl was helpless in the presence of Asher Andrews.
The second camp comprised those who had already been pulled in by Asher’s charms and realized that no girl was ever going to climb the ladder in his mind above himself and the sports he dominated. They’d been burned by themselves, each thinking she would be the one at whose feet he would fall, when really, Asher never fell.
There was no in between – no one who hadn’t heard of Asher Andrews, and no one indifferent. He was a title-holder. In track, he was a state champion and had been since his freshman year. He brought glory home every spring, and television crews put the small town of Hanover, New York, on the local radar. His speed was what would give him a career in football, which was the sport in which he now made headlines.
Although there was always at least one girl in his presence, rarely did one find any male companions. Asher’s attitude was a huge turn-off to other guys, so he had no one close to him. Even the other team members saw him as untouchable. Asher preferred to concentrate on his game, not sharing secrets with others. He didn’t seek out the company of other guys, and they pretty much left him alone too.
After finishing a career as a teacher to stay at home raising children, T.C. Slonaker found herself with many hours of to fill with thoughts and books. She began filling those hours by running outside on the trail with books on her iPod. After completing the Chronicles of Narnia books, she was determined to also give light to God’s story through allegorical writing about curious creatures. The idea came to her to start a series about the Nephilim to show a story of God’s redemption.
When she’s not writing, T.C. enjoys sports such as baseball and football, riding her bike and running, and spending time with her husband and three kids at their home in South Central Pennsylvania. And if any of that could be done on the beach at the Jersey shore with a bowl of ice cream, so much the better.
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