I then refocused on my mother and a strange feeling suddenly hit me. “I just felt my mother’s energy, but it was very faint,” I told Angelo. “She was on the borders of the Earthly realm. We must call Michael for help.” Angelo heard my desperation and nodded his head in agreement. Angelo told me that we should wait to summon Michael after the sun went down. I didn’t understand why we had to wait, but I trusted Angelo’s judgment. While we waited I went to change clothes. I tossed my clothes on the chair, and removed the sheath from my ankle. I released the dagger from its sheath and looked at the pure silver blade, and I thought about the creatures that had died by the weapon. I had killed with this weapon. First it was Gilad, then Hera. She led me into a trap—straight into the arms of the Angel of Death. I learned that the Greek Gods and Goddesses were actually fallen angels and were responsible for destroying my family.
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Years of exposure within the writing and publishing world have made a lasting impact on author LaTaeya Lane. Writing since she was seven years old, Lane began jotting down phrases and themes later turning them into poems and short stories. Writing became such a passion throughout her youth that she became the Junior and Senior editor of her high school newspaper. She wrote her first novel at age sixteen but was not seeking publication at that time in her life. Always captivated by the supernatural and elements of fantasy, Lane was inspired to write a series of books that focused on going beyond the boundaries of life and imagination. The angel vampire fantasy “Swept into the Darkness” is Lane’s first published book in a series called “Chronicles of the Celestial.” “Dark Betrayal” is the second book in the series. Lane has a degree in Liberal Studies and currently works in Early Childhood Education. Lane resides in New Jersey with her husband Leo and son Lucian and is working on writing and publishing the third book in the series called “Dark Revenge.” Lane also loves to draw and paint. Traveling and experiencing a variety of different foods is also a deep passion of hers. Lane loves watching horror and fantasy movies and is a believer in the Ancient Alien Theory. Some of her favorite authors include, Charlaine Harris, Stephen King and Erick Von Daniken.
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