Demons are free. Angels are fallen. Hope is dying...
Constance Ramirez and her adopted sister, Andromeda, have stopped Lucifer’s plan– They have closed the Heaven Gate and kept the demons out. But their choice came with brutal consequences, and now every angel on earth is trapped in their mortal body.
All that remains is closing the Hell Gate and establishing a balance once and for all. That means returning to the city of Constance’s nightmares, which has become a haven for murderers and monsters. But even more dangerous than their hunt is that Andromeda’s powers and instincts are turning darker, and this time Constance doesn’t know how to protect her.
Constance is ready to fight for her life, but her enemies have plans she can’t begin to imagine, and they’re prepared to make her suffer...
Trust is lost and hearts are broken in the epic conclusion in Amy Braun’s Cursed trilogy...
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About the Author
Amy is a Canadian urban fantasy and horror author. Her work revolves around monsters, magic, mythology, and mayhem. She started writing in her early teens, and never stopped. She loves building unique worlds filled with fun characters and intense action. She has been featured on various author blogs and publishing websites, is an active member of the Writing GIAM community, participates in NaNoWriMo, and is the recipient of April Moon Books Editor Award for "author voice, world-building and general bad-assery." When she isn't writing, she's reading, watching movies, taking photos, gaming, and struggling with chocoholism and ice cream addiction.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Title: Blood is Thicker than Water Damnation’s Door by Amy Braun Reviewed by K. Royce 8/21/16 9:00 p.m. Connie and Dro are two sisters who are very close, well as close as people can get when one of them is the offspring of an angel and demon. After opening the gates of both Heaven and Hell it is up to these two sisters and their band of misfits, to fight both Lucifer and Michael, the archangel, all while trying to close the gates and keep Lucifer away from his daughter, Dro. Not to mention, Dro has major internal struggles and Connie…well, she is constantly trying to be the tough older sister who refuses to let anyone get emotionally close to her. But can Connie protect Dro from herself? And how can anyone stop the devil from taking what he believes belongs to him, his daughter? Damnation’s Door has a cyclic story that follows closely to the plots of the first two novels in the series. The story is written in first person narration told by Connie, so the readers get insights into her thinking and justifications of her actions. She is over protective, and the reader is reminded countless times every chapter. The writing is quite repetitive, almost a quarter of the book is descriptions of fight scenes, which are very descriptive and shows the authors strengthens. However, part of the downfall is there needs to be new scenes to write about and an expansion of the character’s personalities. Amy Braun created a world that brings together the supernatural realm of heaven and hell in an epic battle. Damnation’s Door is interesting enough to captivate readers who are looking for a good quick read. I give this book 3 out of 5 stars. Enjoy! K. Royce
a fitting end, I was kept guessing! independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. Again, I stress, read books one, Demon's Daughter and two, Dark Divinity before reading this one. You really do need it! Now that Heaven's Gate is closed, Lucifer grows stronger and the devastation he is causing grows greater by the day. Connie, Dro, Max, Warrick and Sephiel continue to figure out what they need to do to close Hell's Gate. And the answer is something none of them expected. Help does, however, come from a few unexpected sources. Although this rounds the trilogy off and it ends perfectly, this book is my least favourite, and its again because of the very detailed and long descriptions of Connie fighting. Demons, Angels, her sister, all of them come in great detail and I found myself glancing over them and skipping those scenes. They really were too much. I didn't see how it was going to play out, until the very end when it did, and that was a good thing. I really wasn't sure if Dro was actually going to go the way she did, or go the opposite way. (trying really hard not to give anything away!) Connie alone has her say during these three books; it didn't bother me so much in book one, but as the series moved on, I noticed it more. I know I say it often enough, and I will continue to say it, but I do prefer multi POV books. Maybe if Dro had a say from time to time, instead of all the fighting, I might have enjoyed the second two books more. Because again, of the fighting, BUT also because I was kept guessing... 3 stars **same worded review appears on other sites**