Angels Heart: The True Enemy by Lisa Bilbrey

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Sophie Crenshaw has saved the world by preventing the
Angel’s Heart from falling into the hands of Whitley Monroe. Now, she and her
fiancé Henry Chang have returned to Austin, Texas, and back to the real world.
Or have they?

Having been declared the savior of all mankind, Sophie finds that magic is all
around her. As she struggles to find her way, she’s bombarded by nightly dreams
that have her on edge. Will she be able to keep her sanity while trying to
decipher the meaning behind her visions? Or will an unknown enemy get to her
first?

Excerpt:
 “It’s
always been around me, hasn’t it? I just hadn’t noticed it before the
binds broke.” 
“Probably,” Deva admitted. The silence that filled the air around them
was deafening. Only the sounds of the other patrons enjoying their meals
rattled around them. “Sophie . . .” 
“Don’t worry about me,” she replied, a tremor lacing her words. 
Suddenly, a loud roar of thunder tore through the sky, causing the
windows to shake. The entire pub became silent, and Sophie looked over
at Iona, once again finding her staring.
“I really need to learn to
control that.” 
“Eh, it makes things funner, or is it more fun?” Tanner laughed, though
Sophie could hear the void in his laughter. 
 “Yeah, keeps everyone on their toes,” Jonah added, giving her a weak
smile. 
Sophie brought her hand up to grip the stone hanging around her neck. “I
suppose it does.”
Obsessive, compulsive, slightly
crazed, but enough about her personality. First and foremost, Lisa Bilbrey is a
mom to three and a wife to one. She loves to write, and spends the majority of

everyday writing. It’s who she is, and what she’s meant to be doing. Words are
her life, the air she breathes, and the nutrients of her soul. Finding a love
in the written word, Lisa Bilbrey started writing as a way to express herself
and let her voice be heard. From the first word she wrote, she’d found her
heart and soul.

Always willing to learn, she’s
spends much of her time trying to improve as a storyteller.
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