A bratty angel…
First Patrick is accosted by a hellhound with a yen for fries and ketchup. Then he encounters a beautiful, but bratty, angel who doesn’t seem to understand the concept of ‘no’… or personal space. Not to mention he demands Patrick pleasure him, which Patrick refuses to do. So why does Patrick feel a connection to this unruly seraphim? And why can’t he forget him?
Two weeks later, the brat is back, making more demands. But Patrick makes it clear he doesn’t do demands. That should be the end of it, right? Or not… Maybe there’s more to this bratty angel than meets the eye. If Patrick has the patience to get past his bratty ways.
Hellhounds and Angels all in one book? Heck yes! This is a really good fantasy story with a lot of mythical elements throughout. It was funny, entertaining, and very unique all at the same time. Patrick is saved by an Angel. Angel expects a reward for saving him, but Patrick does not want to give him what he wants. What does Angel want? Patrick! But, Angel does not know the meaning of the word NO, so he bugs Patrick until he gets his way.
I enjoyed this story, but I with it was a little longer. But, that’s the nature of a short story and I enjoyed it for what it was. Their banter was entertaining. Though, I think the cat and the hellhound stole the attention. Go grab it for a fun, funny, quickie read for the summer! What it lacks on word count, it more than makes up for in entertainment.