How strange that Angels Diner seemed like home. Alexandra often wondered what her life would have been like if she had not followed her destiny and entered the piano competition. A new start and a simple life was all she wanted. Then she met Angel who challenged her to go for her destiny to which she reluctantly agreed. Soon after, all hell broke loose and, for a reason she still didn’t understand, she was caught in the middle of a war between the angels of good and evil.
She was in no hurry to return to the hotel. Bided the time by watching passing motorists and pedestrians. As her anxiety grew over the potential danger awaiting her, Alexandra called the airlines to book an earlier flight, but there was none. She considered changing hotels. However, she knew that Helel Ben Shazar and his demons would have no trouble finding her wherever she went. More than likely, she was under their evil surveillance even now. Not that she was an expert, but she had learned angels of darkness could take on the appearance of angels of light. Who knows? Maybe that handsome man in a business suit at the counter was keeping watch. Or possibly, the little old woman reading the paper in the booth in front of her.
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