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Lissa's Review: Dark Divinity (Cursed #2) by Amy Braun


Author Provided Copy Publisher: Self-Published Released: December 1st 2015 Genre: Paranormal, Urban Fantasy Length: 296 pages Format: eBook Add to Goodreads Buy Links

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Hell has risen. Heaven is descending. Sacrifices are made...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... Three (2.5) Boundless Stars

We are back with the second installment. After Dro learns who her father is, their on a mission. With the help of one angel and the rest of the gang. Their set out to close the gates.

In between there's a lot of running and fighting. Though Con is strong willed, I think at times she's not as strong as she wants to be. She does go after the demons but is always on the brink of almost dying. But with Dro there, she knows when to step in.

As much as the flashbacks that Con remembers are important. I felt that it dragged a bit. I think it's good to have them but it happens a lot. I'd rather get glimpses of the past but it's more than a glimpse. I like Angel/Demon type stories. But I don't think this my favorite, unfortunately.

I did like how the sisters were with each other. Without even knowing what Dro was, Con loved her. Was there to stand by her and I don't doubt will be there in the end. Still the story was boarding on ok/good, so with that its a three (2.5) stars.


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