Here's a snipet from "Undead Love":
It felt like the blink of an eye before he discovered himself in a very beautiful garden. In the garden were several stone benches. Paul felt very tired, as if he had made a very long journey. He sat down on one of the stone benches to rest. He felt as if he was forgetting something very important, but the more he thought about it, the less he could recall. He glanced up when a stranger sat down beside him. This stranger had a very kind smile, and skin that shimmered in the ever-present sunlight. Paul felt an astounding sense of peace sitting beside him.
“Welcome,” the soft voiced stranger said.
“Where am I?” Paul asked. “Where's Julie?”
“You're in heaven,” the stranger replied. “And Julie is still on Earth,” he explained.
“But why?” Paul asked. He was very confused.
“You've died Paul. Your human life is over,” the man said patiently. It always took people some time to adjust to this knowledge.
“But we were going to get married, and have children, and…” Paul shook his head firmly. “I can't be dead!”
“You are,” the man said calmly.
“I was just trying to help,” Paul said morosely.
“I know.” the stranger nodded. “Because you died committing a good act, helping another person, you are offered one reward.”
“What kind of reward?” Paul asked curiously.
“You can have the option to return to Earth. But I must warn you, what you return to will not be the same life, it will not be what you left behind,” the man met Paul's eyes, hoping that he understood.
“I don't care!” Paul cried out. “Send me back please! I just want to be with Julie.”
“Follow me,” the man said.
As he stood large white wings spread out from his shoulder blades, revealing that he was not just a stranger, but an angel. He led Paul to the edge of what looked like a small pool. Inside he could see Julie. She was at her job, sitting at her desk, looking over paperwork. She was just as beautiful as Paul remembered.
“Understand Paul, if you return to Earth, you will never be allowed to come back,” the angel warned.
“I don't want to,” Paul shook his head. “My paradise is with Julie.”
The angel sighed and placed one hand on Paul's back. He gave the man a hard shove and he tumbled forward into the pool. When he awoke with a start, he was asleep on a park bench. He was one of the invisible people, the homeless that roamed the city streets. It was the only way to smuggle a life back into the world. He didn't care. He was alive.
He jumped into the air with joy. He headed for Julie's work, and waited for her outside. He could smell himself, and his face was smudged with dirt, but he was sure true love would be able to see right through this. When Julie stepped out of the office he walked up to her.
“I'm sorry, I don't have any change,” Julie said dismissively as she turned away.
“Julie, it's me,” Paul said and reached for her hand.
“How do you know my name?” she asked, her eyes widening. She pulled her hand sharply away from his.
“It's me, Paul,” he said, staring deep into her eyes. “I've returned for you.”
Julie's expression became horrified. “You cruel terrible man,” she hissed as she glared at him. “I don't know who put you up to this, but you should be ashamed of yourself.”
“Honey, is this man bothering you?” a tall dark hair man asked as he walked up to Julie. For the first time Paul noticed that Julie was older than he remembered. He wondered just how much time had passed. The wedding ring she wore was not there when he was alive. They had never had the chance to get married.