Review: At Death's Door by Sherrilyn Kenyon
This is a fast and complete trilogy. This one goes out with a big bang. This can not be read as a standalone. It is best to read the first two book. In addition, reading the Dark Hunter and the Chronicles of Nick series will give insight into some of the characters who burst onto the scene.
Still on the Sea Witch, the protagonist is now Valynda. Where people make voodoo dolls of their enemies, her curse is worse as she became a voodoo doll! For those familiar with Ms. Kenyon, the plot is always about second chances and redemption. Valynda's love interest is Xuri who has burned her badly in the past. What is interesting, is Xuri's side of the story and once again, it is vastly different.
I think by now, we should all know that when gods even minor deities get involved, it becomes utter chaos. In addition, it goes badly for humans who are caught in between them. This tale exemplifies this theory and then adds more to it. This does make for an exciting page turning read. The conflict and being torn between what one wants and what is possibly the "right thing" to do is hard for Valynda.
This paranormal romance is recommended to readers who enjoy angsty, betrayals, conniving gods and second chances.
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