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The Art of Falling

By Dani Cojo All Rights Reserved ©

Fantasy / Romance

Blurb

Regal is the youngest Prince in history. Although he is not like all the other Incubi, he has earned the title for his many successes of capturing lustful souls. That, and he has the perk of being the King of Hell's son. Keir is an archangels in training who specializes in the Virtue of Kindness. Despite being very powerful for his young age, he still has a lot to learn about Earth and its inhabitants before he can move up in the ranks of the Angelic Hierarchy. These two powerful forces collide when a battle over a human's life goes awry. Keir finds himself head over heels in love with the demon, and Regal is given the rare opportunity to seize the angel as a personal servant. Regal jumps at the chance to become the first demon in history to covet an angel, but Keir is much smarter than he anticipates, and the two end up tethering their souls together in an unbreakable bond. Keir is more than happy to have the bond between them, but Regal wants out of the deal. The only way to do that is to make the angel fall from grace and become a demon. But can Regal succeed in his plans before Keir makes him ascend into heaven and become one of Gloria’s children?

Note from Author

Hello, readers.

I wanted to say thank you to everyone who has read my novel, The Art of Falling and has supported me by sharing, reviewing, and voting for my novel over the last several months.

The reason why I’m writing this author note is to let you all know that it has been published! You can purchase a paperback or Kindle copy on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Dani-Cojo/e/B077XLXZCR

Due to the nature of publishing, my novel can no longer be available for online reading. However, I wanted to allow those who have read my novel in the past to still be able to leave reviews if they want.

In the meantime, please feel free to stay up to date with my novel at my author website: danicojo.com or at my author Facebook: facebook.com/authordanicojo/ You can sign up for my monthly newsletter for news regarding publication, details on the sequel, and exclusive art and writing content.

Thank you, once again, for all of your support.

-Dani Cojo

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