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Angels and Gargoyles is a novelette about a romance among heavenly hosts; a beauty and the beast type love story. It tells how two of God's workers, for unexplainable reasons, fall in love, much to the chagrin of St. Peter. They are the two most unlikely pair for romance to begin with; angels are more beutiful while gargoyles are more worldly. The two, Three and Garth, desire to become husband and wife, an unheard event in heaven. St. Peter objects to the union and tries his best to persuade them not to marry. In the end, St. Mary intravenes on their behalf and St. Peter allows the marriage provided they become human.