Review: Angel Fallen by Jennifer Leighton

Angel Fallen - Jennifer Leighton

♥♥♥ 3 STARS ♥♥♥

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'He longed to touch her as he'd seen her lovers do, and to somehow mark her as his so no other man would ever touch her again. They were selfish thoughts, and he knew he should feel guilty for having them, but he didn't.'

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Garon is a guardian angel, has been since the moment Jessica Martin was born. This is what he was created for, to protect her. Jessie's life was tough growing up, but she could always count on her imaginary friend George to keep her company. As she grew, the closer she became with George. But, once she became a young adult she decided she had outgrown George. She started to ignore him and continued on with her life. What she didn't realize was, that George and Garon are the same. He wasn't her imaginary friend, but her guardian angel. Things change for Garon when he finds out she is going to die. Garon has no choice but to save her. Jessie gets the shock of her life when she finds out the truth and sees Garon in the flesh.

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“It's real, Jessie. Do you feel that? That's my heart beating. It beats for you, beloved. I am real.”

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This was good steamy quick read. I really enjoyed the fallen angel aspect of this story, something I have liked from other books in the past. I really liked Garon and the lengths he went to protect Jessie, the woman he loves. One thing I wasn't too fond of was that their story had begun before this book started. So there was no real build up in the relationship, something I would have wanted to see. Because of that, I couldn't completely feel a connection between them on an emotional level. However, there was a great sexual chemistry between the characters. The steam in this book was crazy hot, as an erotica book should be. I very much liked how those scenes were written. I thought it was very interesting reading how Garon tried to adjust to human life.

Overall, I thought it was a good debut erotic novel. I may have needed more story to it, but the steam was definitely high.

~ARC kindly gifted by author in exchange for an honest review.~

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