Author: Peter Jason Payne
Genre: Young Adult M/M Paranormal Romance
Length: Short (23 pages)
Publisher: Peter Jason Payne (February 21st, 2014)
Heat Level: Low
Heart Rating: ♥♥♥♥♥5 Heart
Blurb:Ambriel’s father died in a car wreck, leaving him the man of the house. It’s a heavy responsibility for a teen still in high school.
To make matters worse, Ambriel has a deep, closeted secret that sets him apart from his carefree peers.
When Ambriel finds a kindred soul in his fellow classmate Jack, his difficult life takes a turn for the better.
However, there are dark forces at work in Ambriel’s hometown. Witchcraft and demonology have taken root and demons have been summoned, their infernal presence a threat to everyone. Ambriel is particularly vulnerable, because he isn’t just an average teen boy.
Ambriel is an angel.
What is holiness? What is goodness? Are they false constructs created by an hypocritical society? Or are they real, powerful virtues deep inside of us, waiting to be unleashed?
Holy is an M/M paranormal romance that explores the concepts of righteousness and wickedness, and seeks to challenge our preconceived notions of what is good and bad, right and wrong. At 6,000 words, this YA micro-novelette is the first entry of the Angels & Demons series.
Review: OH my! This book had me right from the start! Ambriel is an angel. He is drawn to Jack who is also one but doesn’t know it until Ambriel shows him. They connect instantly and are drawn to each other. Samael is a Demon or a God and is called forth by Jude. Although Jude doesn’t believe it until he, himself is revealed to be a Demon. Just when it’s getting to where we will be told what Jude’s true name is…..the book ends! So good. Even though I was left hanging…will have to look for another book connected to this