Steam Queen by Jack Hessey: On Angels Wings by Jack Hessey

Europe is a dangerous, virtually lawless place. Armed bandits prowl the railway lines in their armed Steam Locomotive looking for easy marks, and heavily armed mercenary engines travel from town to town looking for work in a world where every day is a struggle for its civilians.

Erica, an emotionally disturbed girl from England finds herself joining one of these mercenary teams. What follows is a trek across Europe to where two mighty cities, each representing a different way of life, stand on the verge of a war which will shape the way Europe develops. 

On one side are the Steam using traditionalists of St Vith, led by the charismatic and cunning General Roosje Cuvelier. On the other, stands the mighty Winterscheid Diesel Empire under the iron fist of the merciless Kaiser Sigmund Eisenburg.

Two vicious armies, treachery from her own allies and the world’s deadliest super-weapon are just a few of the dangers that Erica must face in her journey.  Purchase

Susie is the newest and youngest Guardian Angel to graduate from the academy in Heaven which trains Angels and assigns them their various duties. She wastes no time in hurrying down to earth to meet the mortal girl she has been assigned to guard, a fifteen year old girl named Jill.

Things quickly take a turn for the worst for the ever-helpful Susie when she falls afoul of Cassidy, an Angel tasked with choosing mortal’s destinies and who immediately develops a grudge against Susie and Jill and launches numerous attempts against the mortal’s life.

Susie sees it as her duty as Jill’s guardian to protect her and so launches a mission of her own to defeat the rogue Angel Cassidy and change Jill’s destiny before Cassidy can succeed in her plans of revenge. Purchase

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