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Angel Sanctuary Vol. 9: Send Me An Angel/Blessed Art Thou

Angel Sanctuary Volume 9

Send Me An Angel/Blessed Art Thou
Setsuna's body is dead on Earth, and the two women who love him will do anything to bring it back to life. Kurai, the last Princess of Gehenna, agrees to marry Lucifer in return for a potion to revive Setsuna. She enters the deepest bowels of Hell, where she soon gets lost. Can Arachne help save her, or will a deadly secret doom Kurai to an eternity as the Dark Lord's bride? In Heaven, Sara tries to convince Raphael to resurrect Setsuna--but the archangel refuses to help unless Sara joins him in bed first!
Kaori Yuki
190 Pages
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You've Reached The End

You've read Volume 9. Now check out Volume 10!

Angel Sanctuary Vol. 10: Angels On High/Place Of Torments

Angels On High/Place Of Torments

Angel Sanctuary Vol. 10

Setsuna is still trapped in the body of the Angel Alexiel, but he has more important things to worry about now than an identity crisis. Kurai has promised to marry Lucifer in return for restoring Setsuna to his true body--but it turns out that neither the wedding nor the resurrection are as promised. Can Setsuna travel through the pits of Hell in time to break up the nuptial ceremony, or will he and Kurai be damned for all time?
194 Pages
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