Natural Born Angel by Scott Speer
  

Synopsis

Natural Born Angel by Scott Speer

In a world where guardian angels are celebrities who save people for money, comes the thrilling sequel to IMMORTAL CITY. Maddy's life changed completely when she became the girlfriend of the hottest Angel around. But she never imagined that she'd become more famous than Jackson. Unfortunately for Maddy, she's an irresistible PR opportunity - soon her popularity soars higher than any Angel's. Her relationship cannot cope with the pressure. And then the tension begins to mount between Angels and people, and she finds herself the ambassador for humankind. With Jackson at the helm of the Immortals, the two ex-lovers must become sworn enemies. Until an evil force, bigger than anything on Earth, threatens to destroy them both...Maddy and Jackson must stand united if they want to survive.

About the Author

Scott Speer is a 28-year-old Hollywood insider. He is a film and music video director and a graduate of the University of Southern California. While still at college he produced and second-unit-directed 'The Beat', an Official Selection of the 2003 Sundance Film Festival. He also directed music videos for Will.I.Am, Ashley Tisdale and Paris Hilton and several high-profile commercials. Most recently, he directed episodes of a breakthrough dance web series featured at the 2010 Oscars. Scott lives in Los Angeles. Immortal City is his first novel.

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Paperback
400 pages

Author

Scott Speer
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Publication date

4th April 2013

ISBN

9781407133133


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