The angel literature has never been richer or more diverse. First hand reports of angelic interventions seem to be growing on the internet. Books about angels abound, with over 80,000 titles on Amazon, alone. Could we all be kidding ourselves? Or are we more open to the idea of these messengers and their mission? Personally, I'm keeping an open mind. If I'm in a life or death situation or in a battle between good and evil, here's what I'm going to say what the Australian band Real Life sang, send me an angel. Send me a deputy angel, right now.
Stymied by the US and Mexican legal systems, Angie is forced to ask the head of a Mexican crime syndicate for help. Much to her chagrin, she must work with Alejandro Torres, a dangerously attractive criminal and the drug lord's right-hand man. Little does she know Alejandro is an undercover federal agent, equally terrified of blowing his cover—and falling in love with her.