Solace by Alaina Katherine
Most eighteen year old girls would be ecstatic to wake up to a cute boy in their bedroom, but Sage Weiss isn’t convinced he’s really there at all.
That is, until he refuses to go away.
She probably should have been worried about the fact that a strange man only she could see had somehow forced his way into her bedroom in the middle of the night. She probably should have been concerned when he proceeded to follow her. She should have been terrified, given the size of his muscles and the intensity of his gaze. But Sage wasn’t supposed to see him. She wasn’t supposed to know that he joined her on her car ride to school. She wasn’t supposed to know that he never left her presence that day.
But she did. And that small detail is what changes everything.
The strange man is the angel Gabriel, sent to watch over Sage because she was destined to be a prophet of Asteria, the Goddess of prophetic visions. There are prophets spread out all over the world, but Sage is the only prophet able to see her angel when he is in his veiled state. This is because Sage is not simply a prophet, but the Goddess incarnate.
Though the angels are excited to have her back, Asteria’s return means a war with the fallen is coming. Sage is forced to leave her family and best friend behind to live in the safety of Aether where Gabriel can focus on her protection. Sage quickly learns that having visions isn’t really as fun as one might think and that being a Goddess isn’t all that glamorous.
About The Author...
I have always loved stories. As a child, I wrote plays for my Beanie Babies and put on shows for my family. I created scripts and filmed short movies with my friends. Whenever I played with dolls, I had elaborate lives for each of them; picking up in their stories right where I left off the last time I had played, giving them one continuous life.
Once I got “too old” to play with toys I immersed myself in books, shortly realizing that I could write stories down on paper rather than act them out with dolls. My first book was written because at the age of thirteen, I had the sudden desire to use the phrase “she was flirting with him, I could tell”. That silly phrase had me create a story that spans through 2 spiral notebooks that will never see the light of day, at least not while I have a say in it.
Though born and raised in Miami, I currently live outside of Nashville with my fiancé and our menagerie of pets. When not working, I enjoy hiking, yoga, and eating delicious foods, of which there are plenty of in this city.
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