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May 14 , 2010

The Angel of St. Thomas vs. The Galactic Good Guys


The US Virgin Island of St. Thomas holds a glow of beauty and timeless grace. Beneath that, though, lies an anguished past of destroyed lives, enslavement, and endless attacks by nature itself. The people of St. Thomas are desperately in need of a protector. A guardian. An angel that will lay down her life to see that there will be justice for them.
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And from the Carib Angel comes a protector: The Angel of St. Thomas. Carlita is the twelfth generation of her family to be granted the mantle of Angel. At seventeen, Carlita is one of the most powerful Angels ever. She has dedicated her heart and soul to protecting her people who guard her identity and the tourists who know nothing about her.

The Galactic Good Guys, however, have other plans for her. They want Carlita to join them and leave her island and her people to aid them in their battle against injustice in the world. Certainly it is a noble goal. But when Carlita turns them down and their offer takes on an increasingly sinister nature, perhaps their true motives are not what they seem.

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