Gabriel has come to earth to see if it
should be destroyed. He’s staying with earthbound angel
Malak and his demon lover Cael. From what Gabriel has heard
Earth is not worth saving, until he saves Tommy Barnes from
killing himself. Then Gabriel learns first hand that love
Gabriel and Cael are a blast. They
remind me of brothers who constantly bicker. Gabriel’s
unfamiliarity with Earth and its customs is amusing. He’s
like a child playing grown up. “Earthbound” makes a dramatic
and sensual turn when Gabriel meets Tommy. It’s a fast
paced, special kind of love story.
Lucifer has sent Thanatos to take
Pistol McKennon to hell. Michael has sent his healer,
Raphael, to save Pistol. Pistol and Raphael are about to
have their lives changed forever. But is it for the better?
Pistol is quite a character. He and
Raphael make an unlikely couple at first, but they end up
making a fine pair. “Healing Hands” proves that in the
battle of good vs. evil, true love conquers all!
“Dominion Quod Obsequium”
Michael is lonely and bored so God
sends him to Earth where he’ll meet a man who will show him
how to let go, relax, and obey. Michael discovers that
relinquishing control is exactly what he needed.
“Dominion Quod Obsequium” turns a
warrior angel into a sub. It’s sinfully sexy. With hot sex,
some intense emotions, and a great surprise ending,
“Dominion Quod Obsequium” is fantastic.
Archangels Unleashed is
full of gay fornicating angles. I love it! Angels having
sex and enjoying it is probably considered taboo but that’s
what makes Archangels Unleashed so good.
Divine intervention has never been so naughty!