Hani smiled, brushing away the blood stains on her cheek. Seraph walked over to her tan coat, pulling two small vials from her pocket. She threw one to Hani, she caught it. She looked confused. What’s this clear liquid?
‘It’s holy water, Hani,’ Seraph explained, ‘The finest of Angelic medicine. Drink it. Holy water accelerates and heightens Angel’s extensive regenerative abilities. Thanks to this, the number of Angels surviving fatal stab and gunshot wounds have been astonishing. Makes bruises or scars look worse though.’ Seraph drank from her holy water vial.
Hani did so, wincing at the overpowering sour taste. Why does medicine always taste bad?
Want more? I’m writing a novel called the Successor of Ramiel, where Zera and Seraph and many other Angels, Fallen Angels and ghosts collide gloriously :
Interested? Here’s a link to recent scenes I’ve uploaded:
- SORScene – The Meeting of Zoharian Bladers – Zera and Seraph meet, starting the events of the story.
- SORScene – Pearly Gates plc – Seraph reports the concerning developments to the Archangel Uriel.
- SORScene-Beelzebub’s Visitation – Valafar ruminate and plots with Beelzebub.
As well as those, I have also uploaded some commentary posts about my decision making.
- How do you solve a problem like Lucifer?
- ‘I’m a complicated villain!’
- ‘I can’t help it! Love is a blessing and a curse!’
More available at http://www.oliverkerrigan.com.
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