The “Powers” collaborate, in power and authority, with the Principalities (Rulers). The Powers are the Middle Triad shared with the Dominations and the Virtues. The Highest Triad consists of the Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones. In the Lowest Triad, you find the Principalities, Archangels and Angels.
The Powers are the bearers of conscience. the keepers of history and warrior angels created to be completely loyal to God. It is said that no Power has ever fallen from grace, but another theory states that Satan was the Chief of the Powers before he fell from grace. The duty of these angels is to oversee the distribution of power among humankind. The Chief of their Order is Cam-ael, who bears scrutiny as he exemplifies that wavering path between good and evil. His name means “He who sees God.” Yet in his darker mode he is identified as a Duke of Hell.
In Celestial Sin, Cam-ael is the hero and a good guy. The Fallen have again attacked and the Second War in Heaven has begun. The angel is wounded in battle and plummets to earth and into the arms of a woman. For the first time in his existence, he is tempted by yearnings he considered the province of Man.
Early on Essie McBane set her standards high and waited for true love. She never expected the answer to her prayer to literally fall from heaven in the shape of a warrior angel with chestnut curls and a heavenly body. As much as she’d love to teach the divine creature a thing or two about sex and lust, can she be responsible for leading him into temptation?
Sinfully handsome Cam-ael, an angel , is wounded in the second war between heaven and hell and plummets into Essie’s arms. But Cam knows he must return eventually, no matter how much he likes the material pleasures of earth. Not to mention those he’s found with Essie. But when a demon locates his hiding place and his mortal feelings for Essie, will Cam learn the true meaning of the word sacrifice?
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