#Sale – #OneWeekOnly – #The Emissary Books 1, 2, and 3 – $.99

To celebrate the fact that I’m VASTLY improved from my breakthrough case of COVID, I decided to say thank you to my guardian angel by offering each of my Emissary books for the heavenly price of a mere $.99 apiece. (If you download all three books, you’ll save $3.00.) 

I hope those of you who haven’t checked out these books yet will jump on the chance to do so now! Here’s the scoop from on high:

The Emissary Book 1


An angel’s work is never done—that’s part of the gig. But angels hadn’t been created to deal with such a vastly over-populated planet, rife with misery, suffering, and general chaos. Helping souls in peril has become a nearly impossible job, and even angelic tempers are frayed.

The archangel Azrael has had enough. He believes he’s found a way to ease their burden while saving jeopardized humans, too—hired help.

When Jake Daughtry lost his life rescuing a total stranger from certain death, he was on the fast track to Heaven. But that was before Azrael pulled him right out of line at the Pearly Gates. Now, as an Emissary to the Angels, Jake is taking to the highway in a quest to help souls in trouble. But the innate stubbornness of human beings bent on self-destruction is a challenge unlike any he’s ever faced.

It’s up to Jake and Azrael to bridge the gap between humans and angels. Will they ever convince the Council of Angels this endeavor is worthwhile? Can Jake figure out how to play by Azrael’s complicated rules? Will Azrael ever master the use of contractions in general conversation?

To find out the answers, hop on board Jake’s big red-and-white semi and travel the roads from the Florida Keys to north Georgia on an adventure that will make you laugh hard and cry even harder.


It’s not often you find a book that has it all: endearing characters, suspense, humor, gut-wrenching sadness, joy, and most of all, hope, but that is exactly what I found in The Emissary by Marcia Meara. The author sure knows how to spin a tale. This book held me hostage all afternoon. Helpless, all I could do was flip one page after another, engrossed in these characters lives, unable to fight it. I’m head-over-heels in love with Azrael, the angel in charge. The way Azrael and Jake play off each other is mesmerizing and hilarious. And the scenes with Dodger touched my heart. Can’t say more than that without spoilers. I’m so thankful I have the other two books in the series. Can’t wait to dive into Book 2!

Buy The Emissary Book 1 HERE

The Emissary 2: To Love Somebody


They’re back!

Jake and Dodger, the first (and so far, only) Emissaries to the Angels, are on the road again.

They’re looking for mortals about to take a wrong turn. You know the ones—the kid thinking about stealing from a corner market or the man planning to lie about a coworker and destroy her career. Yeah, them. People on the brink of making a mistake that could send them down that wrong road and jeopardize their mortal souls.

Of course, there are rules by which the emissaries must play, and the archangel Azrael stands ready to enforce them. First and foremost, a person’s free will must never be compromised. Emissaries are allowed to use only the smallest of mental nudges. Thankfully, a whispered suggestion here or images of a better course of action there is usually all it takes. The potential mugger walks on by. The thief drops the wallet back into the unattended purse. But whether the results are obvious or not, Jake and Dodger are fully committed to making a positive difference, even as they struggle with issues of their own.

Will Dodger get over losing his chance to learn what true love is all about? Will Jake survive the grueling angelic equivalent of Boot Camp? Will Azrael ever finish the Official Emissarial Guidebook—including the chapter titled Do Not Even Think About It?

One thing’s for sure—Jake’s and Dodger’s strengths are growing daily, as they help more and more people make better choices. But is the price for so much power higher than they’re willing to pay?


Anita Dawes: 5.0 out of 5 stars Second book in this amazing series!

Not all sweetness and light this time, as Azrael gets serious about equipping both Jake and Dodger for their job of helping souls in trouble.

I loved the chapter about the training session, and how Dodger and Jake reacted to the new strong-arm tactics.

I loved everything about this book just as I did the first in the series.

The way Dodger tries to cope with his insecurities, and Jake’s capable and patient attitude. Azrael had me laughing, he tried hard not to lose it as he struggled to get his point across to these very different personalities.

You never really imagine an angel getting cranky, now do you?

32 thoughts on “#Sale – #OneWeekOnly – #The Emissary Books 1, 2, and 3 – $.99

  1. I’m so happy you’re feeling stronger by the day, Marcia. 💗 What a journey, right? And, yay, for the great reviews and the promotion! There’s much to celebrate. 😊

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    • Indeed there is, Gwen! I’m so lucky to still be here, able to do what I love, even if at a slower pace. And so blessed to have such good friends locally and via the blogging/writing community online. Those things are definitely worth celebrating! And you are HIGH among them! 🤗 ❤


  2. Love this series, Marcia! My Kindle Fire died and I floundered too long on choosing a new one. Now that I finally made a decision, it feels like it’s taking forever to get here. Can’t wait to dive into Book 2 and the book I missed from Craig’s Hat series. You guys are the only two fantasy writers I read. 🙂

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    • Well I don’t know about Craig, but that just made me smile all over the place! So glad you love The Emissary and I hope you’ll enjoy the next two books just as much. Hope your new Kindle gets there soon! Honestly, I really wish I could have replaced my Paperwhite with the same thing, but of all the models they’ve made, that’s the one they discontinued. And having tried all of them, it was, of course, my favorite. But any Kindle is better than NO Kindle, if you ask me. 😁

      Happy Reading when it arrives, and thanks so much for stopping by here today! 😀 ❤

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    • Thanks so much for sharing, Jan, and I hope you enjoy these stories when you have a chance to read them. Thanks also for stopping by today and taking a moment to comment, too! 😀 ❤


    • Thank you so much, MIchael! I’m truly feeling blessed to have come through it as well as I have. And I’m slowly getting my energy back, too. You’re welcome for the offer, and I hope you have a great week, too! 😀 ❤


    • Thanks, Pete! And I just may have another celebration if I continue to improve. Celebrations are good for us! 😁 The more, the better, I think, especially these days. And thanks for stopping by and taking a moment to say hello! 😀 ❤

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