Thursday, July 23, 2015

Review of Angel Fallen by Jennifer Leighton

When Garon gets the news he’s about to be transferred to a new assignment, his entire world comes crashing down around him, for as a guardian angel, a new charge can only mean one thing.

His Jessie, the girl he’s watched over from the moment of her birth, the human he’d been created to protect, is about to die.

Can he stand by and let her be destroyed? Or will he dare to do the unthinkable.

Dare to fall.


Jessica Martin doesn’t believe in happily ever after. Prince Charming is just a lie bought by starry-eyed women, and she’s far from that anymore.

No man has ever measured up to the one who lives in her imagination. With no real family, just temporary ones that came and went, she’s had few constants in her life, but the make-believe friend from her childhood has always been there for her. Always.

Too bad George isn’t real.

So when a mysterious man rescues her from danger, she can’t help but be suspicious. Her Good Samaritan is blond-haired, blue-eyed, and drop dead gorgeous, the complete embodiment of her perfect man, but he’s more than what he seems. The strange familiarity in his eyes, his touch…it shouldn’t be there.

What is he hiding?


***This erotic romance is approximately 43,500 words and is a stand-alone. Contains explicit sex/language. For mature readers only.*** 

Overall Rating:  3.75 Rockin’ ★★★☆

What do you get when a guardian angel falls in love with his charge?  An angel that falls...Angel Fallen is Jennifer Leighton's debut into the world of erotic romance. The characters are equally matched with an essence of passion and devotion.  It was a delicately written plot with a daring way of looking at angels in our world and the purpose for their creation.

Garon and Jessica's story is one of forbidden love.  One that almost seems one sided, because Garon is a guardian angel, and is unseen, hidden in the shadows.  However, for reasons unknown, Jessica has been able to see him since she was a little girl.  Jessica has always had a hard time with relationships and mainly because no one ever measured up to the beautiful guy that lived only in her imagination, or so she thought.

With things changing quickly, Garon makes a decision that he can't live without his Jessica.  When they are separated, he desperately tries to find her.  Jessica doesn't understand why she is drawn to this unknown man who saves her life, but she is irrevocably attached.  Caught between the consequences of their actions and lust, the two come together in an unexpected way that will leave the reader wanting more.

I was immediately drawn into the plot and enjoyed this beautifully scripted piece.  There were a few moments that I wanted more information and I wanted to understand the story more, but I was pleasantly pleased with the outcome.  This was a great first book, Jennifer.  I look forward to reading what you create next!

Hero -   4.0 stars
Heroine -   4.0 stars
Steam Level: 3.5 stars
Plot: 3.5 stars
Cliffhanger: No

***Received an ARC of this book from the Author in exchange for an honest review***

Buy Links:  Amazon US

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