Hi all. Today I’m here to talk about the third book in the Heaven Corp series: Angels Rising.
It’s been a long time coming, but finally the journey started in Angel 1089 is complete. The Heaven Corp series started with a fallen angel – Gabriel 1089 – and his actions cause the upheaval in Angels Rising.
Uriel is the star of Angels Rising. Like Gabriel at the start, he’s a loyal angel, programmed and genetically modified to serve Heaven Corp. He has history with Ian, from Exodus, and we learn a little bit more of that history in this book.
Angels Rising isn’t really an ending, it’s a new beginning for the angels and everyone living in Heaven. However, it’s the end of the road for me. It’s a little bittersweet to see my work taking flight. I spent so much time in this world that I’m sad to see it end.
But I am so happy to share this with all of you. Now you can read all three books together and experience the entire tale, as it was meant to be told.
Thank you all for reading, and please enter my giveaway here!
Check out Angels Rising today!
Better to reign in hell….
Uriel 3019 has been a cybernetically altered angel since he volunteered for the program fifteen years ago. His devotion to the floating city of Heaven is fierce, and he’ll follow any command he’s given. But Uriel’s orderly world is crumbling. Angels are going mad, even hurting people. Some are rebelling, and the noble families are vying for control—by any means necessary.
Uriel’s latest assignment brings him into a secret society, where his partner, Raphael, is working for freedom and equality for all angels. Could their group be responsible for the angels’ recent erratic behavior? Uriel is determined to find out—and report on his findings. But he doesn’t count on Raphael’s confession—that he has feelings for Uriel—or the memories slowly starting to return from the time before he became an angel.
Is he on the right side? Does he dare to stand against Heaven, even if doing so will save his fellow angels from becoming soulless automatons? Uriel has to decide if his loyalty belongs to his superiors… or to the angel who’s stolen his heart.
CC Bridges is a mild-mannered librarian by day, but by night she writes about worlds of adventure and romance. When she’s not busy solving puzzles in an escape room, she can be found diving into comics or binge-watching superhero movies. She writes surrounded by books, spare computing equipment, a fluffy dog, and a long-suffering husband in the state of New Jersey. In 2011, she won a Rainbow Award for best gay sci-fi/futuristic novel.