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** As a note, they do have some semblance of themselves. Brice and Lola still have romantic chemistry. Lola does feel some recognition towards Mel, but doesn't trust her instincts because she doesn't understand why a rich British girl would try to befriend her. She also admits to having what she thinks is a dream about Heaven when Mel describes it, but she's sure it's not real.

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** As a note, they do have some semblance of themselves. Brice and Lola still have romantic chemistry. Lola does feel some recognition towards Mel, but doesn't trust her instincts because she doesn't understand why a rich British girl would try to befriend her. She also admits to having what she thinks is a dream about Heaven when Mel describes it, but she's sure it's not real. Brice also admits to thinking he was born an outlaw and makes an attempt to get money to free as many slaves as possible, using the kind of criminal action that got him his reputation, even with good intentions.


* GenerationXerox: PlayedWith. Girl pirate Mariah Darcy from ''Making Waves'' is the granddaugher of Cat from ''Losing The Plot''. Mel instantly recognizes Cat's features and convinces herself that Mariah is OK because of that. [[spoiler: However, Mariah is only out for herself and is a type of human that gets too close to the PODS]].

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* GenerationXerox: PlayedWith. Girl pirate Mariah Darcy from ''Making Waves'' is the granddaugher of Cat from ''Losing The Plot''. Mel instantly recognizes Cat's features and convinces herself that Mariah is OK because of that. [[spoiler: However, Mariah is only out for herself and is a type of human that gets too close Mel describes her as having sold her soul to the PODS]].



* IdentityAmnesia: Brice and Lola both get this in ''Making Waves'', forgetting they're angels. Brice believes he is the son of a wealthy plantation owner, while Lola believes she is an African slave. Mel briefly suffers from this too, but remembers early on that she is an angel and struggles to keep her team together.

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* IdentityAmnesia: Brice and Lola both get this in ''Making Waves'', forgetting they're angels.angels, and believing who everyone else thinks they are, that they are. Brice believes he is the son of a wealthy plantation owner, while Lola believes she is an African slave. Mel briefly suffers from this too, but remembers early on that she is an angel and struggles to keep her team together.together.
** As a note, they do have some semblance of themselves. Brice and Lola still have romantic chemistry. Lola does feel some recognition towards Mel, but doesn't trust her instincts because she doesn't understand why a rich British girl would try to befriend her. She also admits to having what she thinks is a dream about Heaven when Mel describes it, but she's sure it's not real.



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** ''Winging It'' has various moments where a toddler sees Lola, and a young fireman sees Mel and Lola later on, asking his friends to tell "those two pretty girls" to wait for him.
** In ''Fogging Over'', Minerva Temple can't see Mel's group, but she can hear them, and even tells Georgie that there are three angels standing behind her, which they are.
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* HeterosexualLifePartners: Mel and Lola. The first time they meet, they already feel like they know each other, and later books constantly refer to them as soul mates, although they both have boyfriends by the end.

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* GenerationXerox: PlayedWith. Girl pirate Mariah Darcy from ''Making Waves'' is the granddaugher of Cat from ''Losing The Plot''. Mel instantly recognizes Cat's features and convinces herself that Mariah is OK because of that. [[spoilers: However, Mariah is only out for herself and is a type of human that gets too close to the PODS]].

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* GenerationXerox: PlayedWith. Girl pirate Mariah Darcy from ''Making Waves'' is the granddaugher of Cat from ''Losing The Plot''. Mel instantly recognizes Cat's features and convinces herself that Mariah is OK because of that. [[spoilers: [[spoiler: However, Mariah is only out for herself and is a type of human that gets too close to the PODS]].



YouCanSeeMe: Mel is surprised to find that some people see and hear her. In "Keeping It Real", Sky hears her through headphones, and her sister Jade not only responds to Mel in her dreams, but sees her and Brice scaring off a hellhound. Mel's friend Jax also absorbs information Mel gives her while she's asleep.

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* YouCanSeeMe: Mel is surprised to find that some people see and hear her. In "Keeping It Real", Sky hears her through headphones, and her sister Jade not only responds to Mel in her dreams, but sees her and Brice scaring off a hellhound. Mel's friend Jax also absorbs information Mel gives her while she's asleep.


* GuardianAngel: Most missions have angels acting as this to one or a few humans, but Mel becomes officially this to Honesty Bloomfield in ''Calling The Shots'' and Cody Fortuna in ''Living The Dream''. She is invisible for most of the time, but materialises as a friend to Honesty and is brought face-to-face with Cody during a spiritual fast.

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* GuardianAngel: Most missions have angels acting as this to one or a few humans, but Mel becomes officially this to Honesty Bloomfield in ''Calling The Shots'' and Cody Fortuna in ''Living The Dream''. Dream''.
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She is invisible for most of the time, time in both scenarios, but materialises as a friend speaks directly to the girls she guards:
*** After sending vibes does nothing for Honesty, Mel is given permission to materialise and her friendship gives
Honesty the strength to disconnect herself from the PODS' vibes.
*** During a vision fast, the barriers dissolve
and is brought face-to-face with Mel tells Cody during a spiritual fast.that she is the person who has to save the world. Cody also dreamed about her earlier, apparently not seeing her face but recognizing her as wearing colourful versions of her own clothes.

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* DealWithTheDevil: Some humans who do the work of the PODS do it due to this, although they don't realize it. Notable examples include Tsubomi's mother from ''Budding Star'' who pushes her daughter into the spotlight too early, and Nick Ducket from ''Losing The Plot'' who almost tricks his best friend into being killed for treason.


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* EvilCounterpart: Maia to Mel in ''Going For Gold''. Mel describes her as being "too pretty to be my double" but her twin in every other way, even down to fashion sense.
** EvilCounterpartRace: The "Opposition", or as most students call them, the "PODS" (Powers Of Darkness). While angels live in heaven, the dark energy coming from the PODS comes from Hell, but both groups operate on the same basis, eg: pulling all divine persona from a 50-50 setup era.
* GenerationXerox: PlayedWith. Girl pirate Mariah Darcy from ''Making Waves'' is the granddaugher of Cat from ''Losing The Plot''. Mel instantly recognizes Cat's features and convinces herself that Mariah is OK because of that. [[spoilers: However, Mariah is only out for herself and is a type of human that gets too close to the PODS]].
* GuardianAngel: Most missions have angels acting as this to one or a few humans, but Mel becomes officially this to Honesty Bloomfield in ''Calling The Shots'' and Cody Fortuna in ''Living The Dream''. She is invisible for most of the time, but materialises as a friend to Honesty and is brought face-to-face with Cody during a spiritual fast.
* IdentityAmnesia: Brice and Lola both get this in ''Making Waves'', forgetting they're angels. Brice believes he is the son of a wealthy plantation owner, while Lola believes she is an African slave. Mel briefly suffers from this too, but remembers early on that she is an angel and struggles to keep her team together.


* WhamEpisode: ''Living The Dream'' - Mel has to help a troubled girl find her destiny to save the world from destruction, while Reuben has gone missing after sending Mel a cryptic message, and [[spoiler: when he is found, he and Mel become a couple]].

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* WhamEpisode: ''Living The Dream'' - Mel has to help a troubled girl find her destiny to save the world from destruction, while Reuben has gone missing after sending Mel a cryptic message, and [[spoiler: when he is found, he and Mel become a couple]].couple]]
YouCanSeeMe: Mel is surprised to find that some people see and hear her. In "Keeping It Real", Sky hears her through headphones, and her sister Jade not only responds to Mel in her dreams, but sees her and Brice scaring off a hellhound. Mel's friend Jax also absorbs information Mel gives her while she's asleep.

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''Winging It'' - Mel is knocked down by a car the day after her thirteenth birthday and has to adjust to a new "life" in Heaven as a student at the Angel Academy

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The books are as follows:
''Winging It'' - Mel is knocked down by a car the day after her thirteenth birthday and has to adjust to a new "life" in Heaven as a student at the Angel Academy
''Losing The Plot'' - Mel and her friends end up in Elizabethan London, watching over three teenagers.
''Flying High'' - Mel and her friends get mixed up in a time-travel scam involving an old enemy of Mel's, proving that there's more to him than she thought...
''Calling The Shots'' - Mel is sent on her first guardian angel mission, looking after a 1920s American girl who's tuned into a toxic vibes wavelength.
''Fogging Over'' - A study trip brings Mel and Lola to Victorian London - but cosmic outlaw-turned-returning angel Brice is coming along too, and Mel gets jealous of his relationship with Lola.
''Fighting Fit'' - A mission in the Roman Empire under Emperor Nero's rule has Mel looking out for a young girl with a spiritual sense.
''Making Waves'' - Brice, Lola and Mel enter the HALO awards, but when they wind up in seventeenth-century Jamaica and both Brice and Lola lose their memories and believe their cover stories, Mel has to keep the team together on her own.
''Budding Star'' - After a panic attack on a mission, Mel considers quitting, but ends up on a mission in Limbo with Reuben, chasing the soul of a Japanese pop star.
''Keeping It Real'' - After eighteenth months in Heaven, Mel has to go back to her old home and rescue her human friends from the powers of darkness.
''Going For Gold'' - Mel's upgrade causes her to go off the rails and is brought face-to-face with her dark side.
''Feeling The Vibes'' - Obi, Mel's favourite kindergartener, is a Bodhisattva and she, Reuben and Brice have to take him to present-day India and wait until the monks come for him, but matters are complicated when Obi starts freefalling through time.
''Living The Dream'' - A Creation angel has told Mel that she plays a part in saving the world, but first, she volunteers to be the guardian angel of a troubled girl in care.


* ChainedToARailway: Miss Bloom is tied to the train tracks whilst filming a movie--with her brother crouching just out of shot with knife, in case a train really does come.

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* ChainedToARailway: Miss Rosa Bloom is tied to the train tracks whilst filming a movie--with her brother crouching just out of shot with knife, in case a train really does come.


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* WhamEpisode: ''Living The Dream'' - Mel has to help a troubled girl find her destiny to save the world from destruction, while Reuben has gone missing after sending Mel a cryptic message, and [[spoiler: when he is found, he and Mel become a couple]].


Each book features time travel of some kind, where Mel is tasked by the Agency to unravel various celestial problems involving humans and the Opposition. As of July 1, 2008 there are twelve novels and three omnibus books. On May 5, 2005, the Angels Unlimited series was renamed the Agent Angel series, and new covers were released for each book.

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Each book features time travel of some kind, where Mel is tasked by the Agency to unravel various celestial problems involving humans and the Opposition. As of July 1, 2008 there are twelve novels and three omnibus books. On May 5, 2005, the Angels Unlimited ''Angels Unlimited'' series was renamed the Agent Angel ''Agent Angel'' series, and new covers were released for each book.book. The series has also been published under the title ''Angel Academy'', with new covers.

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* TheNicknamer: Supposedly, Lola nicknames all her friends, although we only see examples of this with Mel ("Boo") and Reuben ("Sweetpea").

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