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The Demon and His Lover

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It's not easy being one of the fallen, as Gideon has discovered. Samora, the only woman he's ever loved, is an Angelic Agent, a being sent to earth to destroy the demonic hold over humanity. In a bid to end their forced separation, he travels across the Wild West, seeking to erase his past and his ties to Lucifer.

This is a SHORT STORY, 26 pages or 7600 words.
Published (first published November 17th 2011)
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I enjoyed this book and am glad I found it. It is a follow up of "Angel and her Gun". "Demon and His Lover" tell the story from Gideon point of view. A good read. I want more!
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