I am really excited to share this awesome character spotlight with you today!
Name: Agent Yagil
Age: Ageless (although he comes off as an older, somewhat cranky angel)
Occupation: Guardian Angel
Subject: Amber Reynolds
It’s a pleasure to meet you. I’m Agent Yagil, and I belong to the Division of Guardians. The Commander promoted me, telling me I was more than qualified to handle my new assignment. Little did I know that seventeen-year-old Amber Reynolds would get the best of me. Being a Guardian Angel is never an easy task, but when it comes to teenagers, especially teenage girls, it requires much patience and sensitivity. Qualities I keep falling short of. It’s Amber’s fault, though.
She has a heavy foot, so I have no choice but to fly over her Jeep at rapid speeds. The curvy roads make me so nauseous. I can’t believe she’s managed to keep her license! Then I have to match my hovering abilities to her quick-paced steps as I follow her throughout school. Wildwood High is like a zoo for uncontrollable humans. My promotion seems more like a cruel joke than a higher ranking. I’m sure my cohorts are amused. I can hear them laughing right now.
Did I mention how much Amber thinks? Every time her thoughts enter into mine, it makes my head hurt. A LOT! Not only that, but most of her thoughts are redundant...frivolous. And that’s the easy part of my job. Dealing with her boy dilemma is even harder. Why can’t she just pick one boy and drop the others? Although I’d prefer she stay away from a certain dark-haired landscaper. He doesn’t set well with me. But neither does her stalker.
Still, there is more to my job than chasing after her and encouraging her to make the right decisions―without interfering with her freewill. No comment on that topic. I have to protect her from the evil agents. The agents whose mission is to latch onto her, binding her with spiritual chains of sin.
I really should be leaving now. Amber can’t be left unattended, not even for a minute. But before I do, I’d like to remind every human to think before speaking. The tongue has more power than you realize. Seek counsel before making decisions (the bigger ones, anyway). Listen to your parents...they mean well. Get a grip on your emotions and thinking. The headaches are too much for us guardians to bear. And be mindful of the unseen. All sorts of evil lurk behind the veil of visibility.
Being an angel is not as glorious as you think.
How cool is this ANGEL! Yeah, I know, I kinda have a thing for angels, but seriously, this guy seems pretty awesome. I can't wait to add Transgression to my TBR! Here is the back cover blurb:
Agent Yagil faces the fight of his calling as a Guardian Angel. His newest assignment is going to
take every bit of perseverance and patience he has.
Seventeen-year-old Amber Reynolds is looking for some freedom and independence from her rigid lifestyle. Going behind her parents’ back, she takes a part-time job at the renowned inn located within Ambrosial Acres.
As Agent Yagil watches over Amber, he discovers things are not what they seem. Despite its wondrous beauty, Ambrosial Acres hides a dark and supernatural secret.
Between Amber’s new coworker crushes, her menacing stalker, a mysterious online stranger, and the evil agents out to lead her down a path of self
destruction, Agent Yagil struggles to keep her safe. To keep her from using her freewill that will bring harm to herself—and others.
Will Agent Yagil succeed? Or will his shortcomings get in the way?
See why I am totally stoked to add this to my TBR?
Jannette Fuller is the author of this exciting series and loves spending time with God and her family. She’s a fangirl of everything lovely, and always tries to see the best in everyone, except for the villains in her YA series (Ambrosial Acres).
When not blogging or writing her latest article, she watches Maco Mermaids on Netflix, sweating away unwanted calories. She’s a bit of a neat freak, too. Her home always sparkles. But her daily walks through the enchanted forest is one of her favorite pastimes of all.
There’s more to be said, but then her bio would end up being a memoir.
Want to learn more about Janette and Ambrosial Acres? Visit her website JannetteFuller.com