Zahaviel has decided that demons have had far too too much bad publicity. After all, despite falling from Heaven for humanity, humanity is rather ungrateful and also prone to label them as liars. The nerve! Especially when they romanticize vampires. What they really need to cure this is good PR, and a good PR campaign is exactly what Zahaviel will give them. Twilight for Demons, anyone? Of course things rarely end up working out that way...
And so he writes about a motley crew of demons who've escaped from Hell to find the world changed during their captivity. Dabonel, a former guardian angel slowly losing her mind and willing to kidnap a ward to have someone to protect. About Natanel, who willing serves evil for the sake of love. About Marpayel and Mavotel, who've realised God has deserted the world in a fit of spite, leaving it to slowly decay. And about Udiel, who would rather destroy the world himself than see it become as corrupted as they have.
What was once an attempt at chick-lit becomes a carthactic outpour, as Zahaviel's writing becomes an escape from his own life. Here at least demons can be redeemed, and intentions are good at heart. But will he even survive long enough to finish his novel? Or will the many forces out to get him - including ancient horrors and rival political factions - squash his efforts and his spine?
In a slightly odd piece of meta, Zahaviel my character in a Demon the Fallen game has decided to do write a novel, which by extension I, the player, and also writing.