Angelic Confessions (Book 1) – Book Review

Angelic Confessions

Angelic Confessions (Book 1)

By: Jan Marie


 In a world where the Father created all I was born…an angel. A new breed, I was meant to overthrow the children of heaven. To prevent this I was taken, and raised as Father’s own. my memories wiped, the dark beast inside me caged. Memories never stay buried though…


‘Angelic Confessions’ (Book 1) by Jan Marie is a well written love story that takes the reader through Heaven and Earth. The book has a ‘good vs evil’ plot line. The characters are well-rounded angels. The main character, Aye, is smothered and spoiled with love of all kinds, in order to keep the evil, which is in her, at bay.

Aye is kept closely guarded in Heaven. As she grows up, she grows to resent her confinement. Her father and mother watch over her, but sometimes their duties take them away from her. One of her father’s soldiers from his Elite Guards is assigned to keep watch over Aye, and a passion overcomes Aye, leaving the reader to wonder rather love could threaten all.

Personally, I found ‘Angelic Confessions’ (Book 1) to be a delightful and quick read. I recommend it to all romance lovers.

5/5 Stars

Jan Marie


Jan Marie resides quietly in the Forest City of Illinois with her three little cherubs: Zachery(9) and twins Aidan and Zane. Oh! And their guardian kitty cats Kitkat and Heizey.

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  1. Love your review Debra. I to found it to be a quick read. I couldn’t put the book down from the second I picked it up. I usually don’t read paranormal romance genre books but Jan defiantly got a loyal reader out of me. 🙂

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