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Angelic Confessions

Angelic Confessions 

Book Review
By Kathryn Jenkins (DKC Owner & Administrator)


"In a world where the Father created all I was angel. A new breed it was meant to overthrow the children of heaven. To prevent this I was taken, and raised as Father's own. my memories wiped, the killer beast inside me caged. Memories never stay buried though...and love could threaten us all."

Jan Marie takes our breath away with her first novella Angelic Confessions. Marie shows us a new insight into the realm of angels. The love affair that grows between the two main characters Pio and Aye is a wild ride that carries you throughout the story.

Aye is a creature that will change the fate of the angels forever. She will bring down Father and heaven itself. Where an innocent child should be kept safe, Father puts her future into the hands of the one man that will bring her own undoing. The love of a man cannot only destroy the innocence but may bring the world as they know it to an end.

Angelic Confessions is, in its own right, a story that takes your breath away. Never before has an author used a writing style that compliments the mindset of an angel. Marie created a beautiful writing style all her own featured throughout her novella.

The story grabbed me right from the start and I couldn’t put it down until I finished reading the entire novella. While it’s not a story that I would normally read, I thoroughly enjoyed reading the story, and I am eagerly awaiting the next book in the series.

5/5 stars (You blew my mind away)

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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…

By Melissa Barker-Simpson  (WritingRoom 101)


I found Angelic Confessions an intriguing read. The opening is strong; the sense of confusion – a struggle between light and dark.


The majority of the book takes place in Heaven, within a controlled environment; confines set by the Heavenly Father. Aye learns from a young age she is special, and is all but smothered with affection. I found it an entertaining notion that Aye was able to charm her father so thoroughly, especially given the fact he is The Father – an all powerful being. The internal politics were well thought out and resonated with the setting. I would have liked a little more description, especially as we are given a peek into Heaven itself.


This may have been a conscious decision by the author. The first part of the story is told from Aye’s point of view, and her confusion adds to the experience somehow. She lives with an inner turmoil, knowledge of a power she does not fully understand. READ FULL REVIEW AT WRITING ROOM 101

Angelic Confessoins Review

By Louise Findlay (Louise Findlay Books)


It starts off very well with the main character, Aye’s past. I liked the background to the sort of demonic side. It then quickly switches to Aye being raised by Father and taught by angels. They shower her with gifts and affection to try and contain her subconscious murderous intent. She struggles against the restraints of Father and what she is not allowed to do that other angels can. She gradually falls in love with Pio, one of her guardians. I loved the start which set the scene but I did grow bored through the (what I felt was) the predictable middle. Good read though.

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