Dreamtime of an Alien God
You Say Undead Love is Harder
Dreamtime of an Alien God begins where Messengers of an Alien God left off. A giant fertilizer bomb detonated by Sheriff John Wright and retired Army engineer Frank Marshall failed to destroy the archangels' saucer. Worse, the bombing lets loose a flock of angel/human hybrids upon the small town of Creedance, Missouri, and causes, for unexplainable reasons, some of the recently deceased to come back to life.
Kiss My Empty Braincase, and I Die All Over Again
But the resurrected are not brain-eating zombies or vampires; they're the rejuvenated and charismatic undead, and they take living lovers. Things become a bit surreal, both for the living and the undead. Laura Jacobsen has unique issues. One, she missed out on the first offerings of immortality by not merging with an archangel.
She considers a quest to merge with the last remaining archangel – if his sleeping body can be recovered from Lost Lake. Her quest is interrupted as she falls in love with a undead man, not just romantic love, but a heart-pounding, sexual obsession.
Styxian Sue, Oh How You Complete Me
Bryan Douglas has problems too. Not only has Laura dumped him for a dead man, he's found himself involved with an undead lover too. It would be funny, he thinks, if it were not the most intense love he’s ever experienced.
Once More Into the Waters of Illusion, My Love
And then there’s the matter of the boundaries between astral planes being weakened by the presence of the angel saucer in lost lake. No one is sure at any time if they are on the Earthly plane of existence or one of the uncountable astral planes.
Then things become stranger.