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The Demon Door #3

The Glass Girl

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Love opens all doors…but betrayal locks them forever.

Newly blessed (or cursed) with wings and fire, Prince Rhuun of the demon realm of Eriis sees hope for his life on the human world of Mistra with his fierce human lover, Lelet va'Everley. She literally went to hell and back to save him, and she's not about to let anything—or anyone—ruin their perfect future.

All too soon, the claims of family, duty, and justice force Rhuun and Lelet to confront new griefs and old mistakes as they attempt to restore balance to the throne of Eriis. But, with every jealous rumor and each vengeful whisper, friends turn, family schemes, and forgotten enemies creep from the shadows.

Treachery in Eriis and betrayal in Mistra jeopardize what Rhuun and Lelet have fought so hard to build, threatening to tear apart the two lovers, their families, and even their worlds.

418 pages, Kindle Edition

Published May 15, 2018

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Kim Alexander

20 books311 followers
Kim Alexander grew up in the wilds of Long Island, NY and slowly drifted south until she reached Key West. After spending ten undocumented years in the Keys, she moved to Washington DC, where she lives with two cats, an angry fish, and her extremely patient husband. She began writing when she ran out of authors to interview (and they pulled the plug on her channel, Sirius XM Book Radio.)
Kim was in her twenties when she finally read a book not prominently featuring spaceships and/or wizards. Turns out Jane Austen was pretty funny!
THE SAND PRINCE is Kim’s first novel and begins a fantasy series called THE DEMON DOOR. Her husband tells her she needs to write at least ten more books if she intends to retire in Thailand, so thank you for your patronage.

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Profile Image for Andrea Stewart.
42 reviews1 follower
June 6, 2018
A five star read, Just like the first two in this fantastic series!

I found myself slowly falling in love with the characters of this series! I also found myself falling in love with characters that I did not think I would!

I really enjoy that these books go back and forth between Mistra and Eriis and that we get to experience life through the eyes of each character and get to know them all! I love that we get to find out more of the story about the door and what happened during those times of the weapon and the war of the door. Another relationship that I love in this series is that if Illan and Rhuun! They have a fantastic friendship that is true and real and I enjoy the back and forth between them! More of their story is told during this installment and you get to experience the interactions between them more and I really enjoyed that! I love that we get to see Rhuun as the one who knows more seeing as how they are both on Mistra!

I also love the love story between Lelet and Rhuun and watching that grow is wonderful! A love that is true and real! We also get to hear about what happens with Illans father and Aelle along with Brother Blue as well as Rhuun’s mother Helene. So many different people with different stories that all lead to the same place and are connected by the same person, dear Rhuun.

Ugh! I can’t say enough about it and how much I thoroughly enjoyed it! Don’t want to spoil it for others!

This third installment is a wonderful addition to the fantastic story and world that I have really grown to love! They are beautifully written and weave a fantastic tale that not only allows you to escape but makes you want to stay in that escape until the very last word! And even then leaves you begging for more!
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448 reviews16 followers
May 30, 2018
A bit upsetting at times!

And I won't say why. I don't want to be a spoiler. I have come to really care about these characters, and the story was full of surprises for me. As always, the delivery is terrific. I am greatly anticipating the next installment, and I really wish that I could dive into it right now!
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2,903 reviews15 followers
September 27, 2021
So, after her trek down into the bowels of the earth, to the mages' lair, where she gave them a time to evacuate, then she blasted with her heat, turning the rock to glass. Therefore, she became the Glass Girl.
But, that was a very small part of this tale. I prefer that you read the author's rendition of this story, you get the complete picture not just portions of a jigsaw.
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2,089 reviews148 followers
October 29, 2018
5 Cranky Stars

I just love this series. This is the third book in The Demon Door Series. So much happens in each book that it is hard to write a review without spoilers but I think I have managed. As with Books 1 and 2, this book is full of deceit, lies and misunderstandings. It is definitely a page turner from start to finish.

Rhuun and Lelet are back in Eriis for Rhuun to take the High Seat. In doing so, The Chancellor and a young child are whisked off to Mistra. When Lelet is tricked by a face changer to leave Rhuun, she contacts her sister to return her to Mistra. Separated once again, they both become susceptible to intrigue. On Eriis, the High Mage is still after Rhuun and in Mistra an old enemy of Lelet’s family is after her.

As if there wasn’t enough mystery, the Princess has found her brother. He has been missing for the past 20 years since the gate was closed. Something seems off with him and his consort. But, he is given the High Seat as he is the rightful heir. Is anything in this country as it seems? He pushes for a way to open the door and resume trade with Mistra.

Again, we are left with more questions and unresolved issues. Hopefully, book 4 will be along soon.

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