Fresh release: Pure Love of the Fallen, a Fantasy Short Story

After a full on war with… well, a lot of things, including myself, Pure Love of the Fallen is finally online, ready to be downloaded, read, and hopefully enjoyed! It’s been a quite crazy ride, to be honest, but I’m happy and grateful for every second of it.

This fantasy short story means that I’ve taken myself seriously as a writer. I created a Facebook page dedicated to my writing, I have created this website, and I’ve celebrated 500 fans with the full version of this fallen angel story. If you’re unfamiliar with the free ebook, here’s what it’s all about:

[blockquote style=”1″]After being cast away from the Pristine Gardens, fallen angel Ramiel watches time go by in a city on Earth. Lacking everything and nothing, he is caught up between thoughts of his first love and its consequence – the banishment, and his day to day life which is usually a fight against boredom. He has one close friend, a human girl who has somehow convinced him to spill all his secrets. Will her warmth and support be enough to make Ramiel forget the past and start living again? Will he be able to help his friend with her own problem, an unrequited love?[/blockquote]

Now, the important stuff: where to find the ebook? First of all, on Smashwords – freshly published and available in any file format you might want. Download Pure Love of the Fallen here. It will eventually be available on Amazon as well, but that’s a tricky issue, as getting an ebook to be free is a rather complex process.

If you prefer downloading my fantasy short story at the source, you can do so here. I have epub, mobi, pdf, and lrf versions available for you!

Download Pure Love of the Fallen

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After reading the story, please rate and review it either on Smashwords or on Goodreads. Or you could always leave a comment here or on Facebook! Whatever you prefer.

I am now putting all my efforts on promoting the book and sending good vibes to everyone, which I’d like to see returned in 5 star ratings and awesome reviews. But isn’t that the dream of every author?

Again, thank you all for your ongoing support, enjoy the short story, and keep in touch!

Ebook details

No. of words: about 13,500

Pages (PDF/doc): 45

Cover design by M.P. Revita

Author: Alina Popescu

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A pleasure to meet you! I’m Alina Popescu, an author, traveler, and hopeless coffee addict. I write urban fantasy, science fiction, paranormal, and sometimes even contemporary stories. A significant number of my books are LGBTQ fiction and romance.

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7 Responses to “Fresh release: Pure Love of the Fallen, a Fantasy Short Story”

  1. […] Find out more about it and where you can download it here. […]

  2. Your friends at Pamil Visions would like to thank you for this amazing journey, and say: keep on rocking. 🙂

  3. Alina Popescu says:

    Thank you so much for the support! luv ya all 🙂

  4. harrylime says:

    This story is ripe with emotion. I enjoyed the flow of the story moving slowly at first and then building to a climax. The conflict was first-rate. Angels are complex creatures regardless of gender. I liked the touch of “Romeo and Juliet” at the conclusion with an element of moving on to a better place.

  5. Alina Popescu says:

    Hi Harry! Thanks for reading and for taking the time to share your opinion! I do believe angels, fallen or not, are quite complex creatures and love to explore their world. Maybe I get to do it again, sometime soon 🙂

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