Demon's Daughter by Amy Braun - Review

Thursday, May 12, 2016



Title: Demon’s Daughter (Cursed: Book One)
Author: Amy Braun
ISBN: 9780993875823
Published: October 31st 2015 by Smashwords Edition

Summary:

Wanted by law enforcement. Chased by drug cartels. Hunted by demons...
Constance Ramirez has more than her share of problems when it comes to protecting her adopted sister, Andromeda. Especially since Andromeda isn’t fully human, and her strange powers are dangerous and out of control.

But Constance will do anything to keep her safe, which won’t be easy with bounty hunters hired by the drug cartel she betrayed looking to capture her, and savage monsters seeking to take Andromeda for their own dark purposes.

Being a big sister has never been so hard... Or so deadly.

Review:

Right off the bat, Amy introduces Constance and her sister Andromeda or “Dro”. We are forced into the action with a demon attack. You may be thinking, “Did I just read demon attack?”… Well yes, yes you did. Demons guys, DEMONS. And drug cartels, and sexy green eyed demon slayers, and fighting… lots of fighting. You honestly have no reason to continue reading my review. Just go get the book now. WAIT. Don’t do that, read my review… please!

Braun carefully and beautifully creates a world where demons are just a myth to most people, but to her characters they are becoming a reality. Dro and Constance are running from the cartel and demons, all while trying to figure out why Dro has powers and why the demons are hunting her. While running, they meet a father and son who agree to help them. They also meet two angels and a demon slayer. What a funky bunch, huh?

Constance and Dro’s relationship is so honest and relatable. Constance wants to protect Dro, Dro wants to protect Constance and they would lay down their own life for the other. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and was instantly drawn in to the fast paced world Braun created. I can’t wait to dive in to book two! Another great book Amy, go ahead and give yourself a pat on the back… you deserve it.

Rating 4/5

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