Jovah's Angel (Samaria Series, Book 2)

Jovah's Angel (Samaria Series, Book 2)

Sharon Shinn


it is a standalone sequel to Archangel, set one hundred fifty years later in proverbially attention-grabbing occasions. Samaria is industrialized; the Manadavvi and Jansai are wealthier; the Edori are marginalized, their roaming way of life disrupted; and Jovah appears turning a deaf ear to his angels' prayers for abatement of more and more damaging storms. in the course of all this, Archangel Delilah is incapacitated and changed through shy, unworldly Alleluia. Alleya needs to pacify the tribes, calm the elements, make Jovah listen her, forge a reconciliation with Delilah, and locate her angelico with a purpose to get married--there's a Gloria due in 4 months. regrettably, the tribes don't are looking to be pacified, the elements is uncooperative, Jovah is distant, crippled Delilah wishes not anything to do with angels, and Alleya's mate is pointed out in simple terms as a "son of Jeremiah.

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