Book Review: Azrael’s Girl

A new series that has started out as a comic! Azrael’s Girl by Renee Bernard has beautiful artwork and such a clever storyline I predict this series will be a huge hit!

Due to downsizing corporate has determined it is best to merge the two biggest companies in the known (and unknown) universe.  Some jobs have been merged, some gone, some new ones opened up, but of course there’s always intrigue, danger and gossip when something like this happens; especially when those two companies happen to be Heaven and Hell.

In this first comic Azazel, the Angel of Death comes for a soul, but instead has his challenged.  Poignant, romantic and the start to something amazing!

Renee Bernard’s Azrael’s Girl

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