It’s been two months since Constance Ramirez’s adopted sister Andromeda was used as the Key to opening the Gates of Heaven and Hell. They escaped with their lives, but made countless enemies as a result.
Now that demons are beginning to weave into ordinary lives, their only hope is to find a way to close the Gates of Heaven and Hell before the angels and demons begin a war. Something that becomes only harder as one of Constance’s deadliest enemies resurfaces.
But as they struggle to stay alive and find the Gates, they learn that a huge sacrifice will be required if they succeed, and this time, Constance isn’t sure the cost will outweigh the reward...
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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: Dark Divinity Author: Amy Braun Genre: NA Urban Fantasy Format: Ebook Pages: 296 Rating: 5 Heat: 1 Thoughts: Again, I could not put this down! This trilogy is so intense, non-stop action and suspense. With the Hell gate and Heaven Gate now open chaos ensues as the group tries to find a way to close them. Now on top of the demons chasing them, Lucifer has joined the hunt along with some demon hunters. Throw in some angry angels and there's nowhere to hide and no one to trust. There's no rest, even when it seems there is, the reader is just as anxious and stressed as the characters, waiting for the next fight for their lives. This story just sinks it's claws into you and doesn't let go even after the last word has been read. Sleep? I don't need sleep!! I need to know what happens next!! I mean, I'm pretty sure that everything will work out in the end, but how we get there is the best part of the journey. I'm happy that this is only a trilogy, it's complete, and I can read it all without having to wait for the next book. But I'm also bummed that there's only one book left and I won't be hanging with the characters anymore. Ms. Braun creates such realistic characters that are bursting with personality, it's hard to believe they aren't real. I can't count how many times I just wanted to jump in and either hold or punch a character. But don't take my word for it, grab your own copy and immerse yourself in this exciting story! Please note that I received a complimentary copy of this work in exchange for an honest review.
far deadlier than book one. Independent reviewer for Archaeolibrarian, I was gifted my copy of this book. This is book two, and I would STRONGLY recommend you read Demon's Daughter first. It will give you a better picture of what Connie and Dro went through to get to this point. With both gates now open, Earth is at war with itself. Half the world is praying for redemption and half is doing just as it pleases, and its going to, quoting the book, Hell in a hand basket. The only way to save the world is to close the gates, with Heaven's gate being the priority. But that will mean all the angels on earth, currently fighting the demons let loose by their gate opening, will be stranded and they will have no way to return. They will become mortal and will, eventually, die on earth. Its far darker than book one, and so much more bloodier. I said in my review for book one, that I didn't mind the fighting so much, but this book seems to be ALL fighting. Con and Dro, and the other fighting the demons, fighting the angels in places too. It was, for me, too much, hence the star drop. Still rather clean, but Con and Warrick do (eventually!) get their act together and give in to their feelings for each other. Dro comes face to face with her father again, and it surprises him, how much her power has grown. She still isn't able to defeat him, not yet, but time will tell on that one. Connie comes face to face with two of her nightmares: Mateo, whom she thought she loved, while working for the cartels, and who betrayed her and Drake, the bounty hunter sent by the cartels to bring Con in. Both these men stand side by side with Lucifer. The angels stranded on earth are also after Dro, because Michael wants Dro gone, the abomination that she is. But Gabriel has a change of heart, and realises that, while born of Lucifer, her heart is that of her mother, an angel kidnapped long ago and is pure. I'm still not sure how this is all gonna play out, and it is keeping me on my toes. But thats a good thing! so, because there is so much more violence than book one, 3 stars **same worded review will appear on other sites**
Title: Coast to Coast Battle “Dark Divinity” by Amy Braun Reviewed by T’s Blogging 2/10/2016 7:17 a.m. All hell has broken loose and at the heart of it are two sisters; one who is destined for something extraordinary, and the other will do whatever it takes to protect the only family she has. But, how will the pair measure up against the greatest evil man has ever known…Lucifer. This action packed young adult read, with its female protagonists, is far from dainty. And readers are going to love it! Author Amy Braun’s female characters are strong as well as fearless, and they have no issues with taking names as they handout beat-downs from coast to coast. From the very beginning of Dark Divinity, the sisters find themselves in several crossfires. Rather it is the gangs in Mexico or the supernatural battle that spills over into their world, they have no choice but to fight to stay alive. But keep calm, even with all the violence assaulting so many pages, there is enough romance that keeps the heart fluttering and balances out the vivid and gruesome scenes. Hands down, this is a great read. The author unconventionally tells the story in a way that gives the reader the illusion that they are familiar with the characters. Braun throws her readers directly into the action of the story without really focusing on character development. However, if you are a fan you are aware of her style of writing and appreciate her ability to create a reader and character connection without ever noticing it. And it works! This author knows how to keep readers enthralled, but there are a few things that could hurt this book. I could not do away with the deja’vu feeling or overlook the editing errors. At times, there is this gnawing, similarity to Braun’s Crimson Sky. However, rest assure that the resemblances stem from her storytelling niche and her ability to write strong female characters that face unmeasurable odds. And lastly, the grammatical errors sometimes halt the flow of the story. I give “Dark Divinity” 3 ½ out of 5 stars. Happy Reading T’s Blogging
Another great installment of the Cursed series by Amy Braun! While I really loved the first installment in the Cursed series, Demon’s Daughter, there were two things I hoped to see in subsequent novels… Dro step up into her role as the supernatural baddie in the group and Constance get over her reluctance to trust another human. I’m happy to say that Dark Divinity delivers! It does take the whole novel for Connie to work through her past relationship issues, but she finally does it in the end. Hopefully we’ll see her open up even more in Book 03. And I was so proud of Dro when she finally told Connie that it was her turn to be the protector. Yay! It really does feel like Dro comes into her own confidence and power in this novel, which is great to see. More of Connie’s backstory is delivered slowly through flashbacks to her time with the Blood Thorns. If you are not a fan of the flashback method, it might bother you. I know my hubby loathes the flashback method of story telling. It doesn’t bother me, so I just enjoyed learning more about the time in Dro and Connie’s lives before Book 1. Because the flashbacks focus on Connie’s intense relationship as a young adult, so it is a bit melodramatic but it fits with her history. Overall, I really enjoyed Dark Divinity. It’s a good urban fantasy series that is definitely on my watch list. :) Copy provided by author in exchange for an honest review. Review courtesy of onebooktwo.com | one book, two reviews.