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As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my task of finding the Sins infinitely harder. As the Horsemen and I set out on our journey to find them, we discover that not all is what it seems. A white-haired assassin once told me to beware of the evil that hides in plain sight. I should have listened to her. The fight for Hell has begun, and the duty of saving it lies solely on my shoulders, but to win—to survive—I must unravel the secrets of the past if any of us are to see the future. I will take what is mine, even if I have to bleed for it.


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As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my task of finding the Sins infinitely harder. As the Horsemen and I set out on our journey to find them, we discover that not all is what it seems. A white-haired assassin once told me to beware of the evil that hides in plain sight. I should have listened to her. The fight for Hell has begun, and the duty of saving it lies solely on my shoulders, but to win—to survive—I must unravel the secrets of the past if any of us are to see the future. I will take what is mine, even if I have to bleed for it.

30 review for Brimstone Nightmares

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kel Carpenter

    Note to the readers: This will be the last book in the Queen of the Damned series. I know there was originally supposed to be five, but I decided to condense the last two into a long book. It's still the same story, you just get it all at once. Thank you for understanding! Note to the readers: This will be the last book in the Queen of the Damned series. I know there was originally supposed to be five, but I decided to condense the last two into a long book. It's still the same story, you just get it all at once. Thank you for understanding!

  2. 5 out of 5

    Camila

    I WASN’T READY. *cries dramatically while holding Bandit* I just wasn’t. The minute I saw that she went from 5 books to 4 books with the last being a long installment, I said “Oh devil-damn” and cracked open book 4. THERE WAS NOT ENOUGH SEX. There, I said it. I’m not ashamed. If we are being specific, with Allistair. THERE WAS SO MUCH TALKING. Holy shit, Lilith can talk. And so can Ruby. And Moira. And Sin. Half of the ending was just everyone spewing BOOK’S worth of information in some undying monologue that I WASN’T READY. *cries dramatically while holding Bandit* I just wasn’t. The minute I saw that she went from 5 books to 4 books with the last being a long installment, I said “Oh devil-damn” and cracked open book 4. THERE WAS NOT ENOUGH SEX. There, I said it. I’m not ashamed. If we are being specific, with Allistair. THERE WAS SO MUCH TALKING. Holy shit, Lilith can talk. And so can Ruby. And Moira. And Sin. Half of the ending was just everyone spewing BOOK’S worth of information in some undying monologue that just idk it really irked me. Can we all learn to paraphrase in person?? No? Okay. THERE WAS NOT ENOUGH HORSEMEN. And by that I mean: it was The Ruby Show for most of this book. Think: the last Curse of the Gods book where it was The Willa Show. Great comparison. The men were just on the back burner on warm while Ruby was the main course. NO. I needed MORE. MORE MORE MORE. See what I did there? Mimicking the fucking “drip” part. Oh goodness. ANYWAY. I LOVED THIS SERIES ALL THE SAME. Everything was tied up in a cute little bow and thank the heavens above that Kel refreshes our feeble memories by giving quick recaps of certain characters who are in the previous books as small roles. So there we have it folks, the end. If I were to suggest one thing it would be to delete that hell hole she wrote for an epilogue and write something a little sweeter (read: sexier) since we missed so much of the men. No I don’t need another vamp bite to the tit (I find that gross but then again,shade would be biting into a mouthful of silicone had it been me) but like just a cute ending of all of them getting down on one knee or her actually fucking saying the L word. Idk. Just my opinion. My starved-of-horsemen mind is not satisfied. Loved the book. Throwing tomatoes at the epilogue. The end. Xoxoxo

  3. 5 out of 5

    Stephaniec

    I was quite disappointed to hear this was the last book and after reading it I really feel it could have used at least one more. Too much info was crammed in here - we learn almost nothing for 3 books then bam! And this is a reverse harem and we know next to nothing about 4 of the supposed main characters.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Andreea Teodora

    Man, oh man! How I loved it. I loved it to the moon and back. It had the perfect all. That's it. Perfection. Man, oh man! How I loved it. I loved it to the moon and back. It had the perfect all. That's it. Perfection.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Marisa

    She bit the Devil. It’s time she learned this Devil bites back” ~ Brimstone Nightmares Let me start off by saying how much I LOVE Kel and her stories! She is such an amazing author, and I’m so glad I stumbled on her books. I’ve read everything Kel has published, and all of her stories are amazing. She is able to create these worlds with such sassy heroines, great friends, and amazing men. You’ll fall in love with all of her characters! This book is one that makes you feel a roller coaster of emoti She bit the Devil. It’s time she learned this Devil bites back” ~ Brimstone Nightmares Let me start off by saying how much I LOVE Kel and her stories! She is such an amazing author, and I’m so glad I stumbled on her books. I’ve read everything Kel has published, and all of her stories are amazing. She is able to create these worlds with such sassy heroines, great friends, and amazing men. You’ll fall in love with all of her characters! This book is one that makes you feel a roller coaster of emotions so make sure you grab tissues for when you read. I don’t think I’ve cried, laughed, or yelled at a book so much in awhile. Brimstone Nightmares was the perfect ending for Ruby’s story, and she listened when we asked for more Bandit chaos and adventures. Though I’m sad the series is over, I know Kel will continue to write more stories for us to read and fall in love with! Great job Kel, thanks for writing such amazing stories for us to enjoy!!

  6. 5 out of 5

    April

    My new favorite series! This has been the most outstanding series that I have read this year. This last book just blew me away though. I went through the emotions right with the characters. Love, betrayal, grief, and much more. They have been the most amazing characters with a fantastic plot and I can't wait to see what Carpenter has in store for us next. I never saw what was coming next and there was plenty of action and fire. I don't want to spoil anything so all I can say is if you like parano My new favorite series! This has been the most outstanding series that I have read this year. This last book just blew me away though. I went through the emotions right with the characters. Love, betrayal, grief, and much more. They have been the most amazing characters with a fantastic plot and I can't wait to see what Carpenter has in store for us next. I never saw what was coming next and there was plenty of action and fire. I don't want to spoil anything so all I can say is if you like paranormal rh you have to get this series. Even if you don't read it anyway and it will change your mind. Captivating from start to finish.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sydney

    I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that is over 😭. Kel did an amazing job though she had me utterly sad, beyond pissed, and on cloud 9 filled with love at times. Hate to see it end but it ended so well. Love Bandit to no end (this is the point I would put a raccoon emoji but I dont have one). This story has truly been a great adventure and journey. I loved seeing all the characters grow into themselves and find their own strengths. Lots of action and great twist that you will just I'm still trying to wrap my head around the fact that is over 😭. Kel did an amazing job though she had me utterly sad, beyond pissed, and on cloud 9 filled with love at times. Hate to see it end but it ended so well. Love Bandit to no end (this is the point I would put a raccoon emoji but I dont have one). This story has truly been a great adventure and journey. I loved seeing all the characters grow into themselves and find their own strengths. Lots of action and great twist that you will just love.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Bullock

    Great ending This is a great ending to an amazing series. It was action packed and full of plot twists. Finally found out who the ‘master’ was and boy was it good. I only wished there had been more Ruby and the horseman scenes. This book was definitely plot driven and a lot of action. It definitely wrapped up all the lingering questions and plots that were string through the series. Overall, an amazing end PS I still love Bandit. Especially the Epilogue

  9. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth Hernandez

    It's the book we have been waiting for The book was amazing. It was the ending I liked the most about it. The sacrifice and pain she had to endure to become queen were what made the boom more alive. Best book in a series excellent read and and amazing book to recomend if you want to know what it takes to live in hell. It's the book we have been waiting for The book was amazing. It was the ending I liked the most about it. The sacrifice and pain she had to endure to become queen were what made the boom more alive. Best book in a series excellent read and and amazing book to recomend if you want to know what it takes to live in hell.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    I received this book as an ARC but I also have it on preorder for the Kindle version. I want this in my permanent library with the rest of the series. This book ripped me open & had me bawling! There was no way to put it down I had to know what happened! I’ll be honest this was the book in the series that had me worried. I’ve read books where the world creation for demons/angels etc and going between Earth, heaven and hell have been done either really well or really bad. Kel knocked it out of the I received this book as an ARC but I also have it on preorder for the Kindle version. I want this in my permanent library with the rest of the series. This book ripped me open & had me bawling! There was no way to put it down I had to know what happened! I’ll be honest this was the book in the series that had me worried. I’ve read books where the world creation for demons/angels etc and going between Earth, heaven and hell have been done either really well or really bad. Kel knocked it out of the park. The world building she did in this single book - AMAZING. I also liked how she tied things together, the explanations, the reactions to those, and the ending(s). Most of all I liked seeing how Ruby has grown through the series even through this book. There is a specific conversation between Ruby and Moira that really puts their relationship into perspective. And how Ruby responds and talks with her men has come a long way, she acknowledges they still don’t know each other as well as they need to/will in the future, that they all still need to work on communication skills but how she handles herself is much improved. There is action, intrigue and sex in this book but for me it was much more of an emotional book than the first three. I don’t have enough words but for now I need to go back & reread it only slower.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Erin Dall

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I needed more sex in this story!! With that being said though I enjoyed how it ended. With Ruby finally making her way to Hell and getting all the answers she needed and the epic battle at the end, it was well done. This book put me through every emotion possible and I loved it. I know Kel said she is done with this, but with Moira and Bandit perspectives at the end it seems like maybe she isn’t finished with this world completely. I would be happy with some novellas here and there!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    A great way to end a series. I love when an author answers all the questions and story lines when they end a series! This book keeps you on the edge wondering what and who to trust. Can’t wait to read her other series!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Ryan

    Epic ending Great lead ins to the end battle. Fantastic secrets and a wonderful imagining of bonds. The end was very satisfying and leaves you with just enough wanting

  14. 5 out of 5

    Christian Jeffress

    Great Read Definitely another great read and a great addition to the series, and as far as I know, a great end to the series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jessica

    I hate that this ended. I wanted more! There’s so many questions I still have. This book played with ALL of my emotions. It made me laugh, it made me angry, and it shattered me. The flow of this book was amazing. It had just the right amount of everything. This series will definitely be going down as one of my favorites. <3

  16. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my task of finding the Sins infinitely harder. As the Horsemen and I set out on our journey to find them, we discover that not all is wha As with everything else in my life, the descent into Hell was not so simple. When I jumped into the portal I expected to find the Sins on the other side. I expected to find my people—demons—waiting and ready. What I found were flames and fire and ash. The apocalypse hadn’t waited for me. It had already begun. Hell’s barriers were collapsing in on themselves—making my task of finding the Sins infinitely harder. As the Horsemen and I set out on our journey to find them, we discover that not all is what it seems. A white-haired assassin once told me to beware of the evil that hides in plain sight. I should have listened to her. The fight for Hell has begun, and the duty of saving it lies solely on my shoulders, but to win—to survive—I must unravel the secrets of the past if any of us are to see the future. I will take what is mine, even if I have to bleed for it. Heather's Notes As a ending this book was lacking. The horseman did absolutely nothing, except get kidnapped and raped. Why did we need to experience the rape? It felt unnecessary, you would have preferred to just know about, it didn't really affect the story, just seemed to add words. I don't understand the epilogue, it added nothing to the story, and several things felt unresolved, which again since this is the last book of the series was disappointing. I don't need to know that Moira is happy alone. She is a secondary character and didn't have a love interest. The Bandit scene was a little more understandable but again unnecessary. I would have liked to see more of the horseman, and found out Beast and Ruby had been reunited. I did not care for this ending.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Patron Saint Fitzwilliam

    More like a 3.5...ish Ok, so this.m book was 100% Ruby! The other horsemen were there, but not featured prominently. I think what I had trouble wrapping my mind around in the last 3 books—which i realize now—is that this book isn’t *really* a romance. I mean, yes there is a lot of smut, but the romance really isn’t the focus, at all. This series is all about Ruby and her growth and then through these external factors, she comes into her own. I expected a perhaps-more typical RH arc where the plot More like a 3.5...ish Ok, so this.m book was 100% Ruby! The other horsemen were there, but not featured prominently. I think what I had trouble wrapping my mind around in the last 3 books—which i realize now—is that this book isn’t *really* a romance. I mean, yes there is a lot of smut, but the romance really isn’t the focus, at all. This series is all about Ruby and her growth and then through these external factors, she comes into her own. I expected a perhaps-more typical RH arc where the plot more or less takes a back seat to the dynamics of the group—with the romance threaded more seamlessly. In this series, it feels like a side bar to the other stuff happening. Really. Because the horsemen are monster fuck-ups. They are possessive, the don’t really save Ruby very much in prior books (maybe once, that first time with Josh), and definitely not in this book. They are more a liability for Ruby as she grows to care for them, as something that can be used against her. So by proxy her interactions with them are just sort of “dress up” the bigger plot. All this aside, I was way more engaged with the plot on this one—I think it is my favorite book. And! I like Moira! She’s not annoyingly protective, she just stands up for Ruby and provides that extra bit of kick-ass (and emotional support) that Ruby seems to need. Gosh, why are these Horsemen even around anyways? Except War—he stays.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Elle

    3* long live the queen STARS! Finally, the last book. This series supposed to be my way to kill boredom. But, uh huh. It's getting worse towards half of the book. Back with sooo many fillers and unnecessary drama. I feel like reading Rick Riordan in adult version. Welcome to hell. Literally. It is about time for Ruby to claim her throne. But first, she must face the Sin Sins who is gonna give her trials. I thought the journey will be straight forward, but noooo... They kept in circles about everyt 3* long live the queen STARS! Finally, the last book. This series supposed to be my way to kill boredom. But, uh huh. It's getting worse towards half of the book. Back with sooo many fillers and unnecessary drama. I feel like reading Rick Riordan in adult version. Welcome to hell. Literally. It is about time for Ruby to claim her throne. But first, she must face the Sin Sins who is gonna give her trials. I thought the journey will be straight forward, but noooo... They kept in circles about everything. Ruby and the Horsemen still have rocky bonding. I'm not sure how to describe it. But I just lost interest with them and want to get to the end quickly. I will not deny with how bored I am towards 70% of the story. It's going nowhere until the gang finally met the villain of the story. There's moment when I was shocked and mourned when it came to climax. Totally worth it. But the journey must goes on. Ruby and the rest of them finally learned the true story about hell. Loved it. The ending got me like: you must be joking! that's it? Fuck the reverse harem. Fuck Ruby. Fuck Horsemen. I'm sorry for being a sour sally but really, I AM. Really disappointed with the "easy" ending and unsatisfied feelings for the... I don't even know what to call. Relationship? Love? Hmph.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    Disappointing *may contain spoilers* For what is the last book in the series, I had much higher hopes. In truth I feel the ending left much to be desired. I had many issues with things that occurred in this book. With what started out as a series with great potential ultimately flopped on this last book. Everything leading up to the series end was a lot of build up and a lot of ground work for what had the potential for a truly epic finale, I feel as a reader who provided so much time into a seri Disappointing *may contain spoilers* For what is the last book in the series, I had much higher hopes. In truth I feel the ending left much to be desired. I had many issues with things that occurred in this book. With what started out as a series with great potential ultimately flopped on this last book. Everything leading up to the series end was a lot of build up and a lot of ground work for what had the potential for a truly epic finale, I feel as a reader who provided so much time into a series that the author left me with no true resolution to the issues that came in the last few chapters.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Ginger

    I struggled to rate this as I loved the boys and I enjoyed the story (for the most part) but the last 20% of the book was a rushed clusterfuck and I abhorred the ending. I do not expect HEA's from every series but the place we were left in felt massively unfinished. Rarely do I walk away from a series I enjoyed feeling unsatisfied and it is unfortunate that now is one of those times. I struggled to rate this as I loved the boys and I enjoyed the story (for the most part) but the last 20% of the book was a rushed clusterfuck and I abhorred the ending. I do not expect HEA's from every series but the place we were left in felt massively unfinished. Rarely do I walk away from a series I enjoyed feeling unsatisfied and it is unfortunate that now is one of those times.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Roxanne

    I loved it, but it gets 3 stars because I still have questions! I think Kel could have done another epilogue or somehing. I wasn't satisfied. Not enough Horsemen in the book and what the hell is going to happen to Beast?! I loved it, but it gets 3 stars because I still have questions! I think Kel could have done another epilogue or somehing. I wasn't satisfied. Not enough Horsemen in the book and what the hell is going to happen to Beast?!

  22. 5 out of 5

    Shevelle

    Just kinda meh I didn't love this one. It didn't keep my attention as the previous 2. I think I was hoping for a happier ending and it seems like there are still loose ends which bothers me. I overall didn't hate it. The book just fell flat for me. Just kinda meh I didn't love this one. It didn't keep my attention as the previous 2. I think I was hoping for a happier ending and it seems like there are still loose ends which bothers me. I overall didn't hate it. The book just fell flat for me.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Teshai

    I didn't like the ending. All this build up for her return to Hell fell flat. I didn't like the ending. All this build up for her return to Hell fell flat.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ashleigh Sage

    Enjoyable read from the last book in the series. Liked the plot line of where it headed, but there was still stuff left over in the end that wasn’t concluded, leaving me confused...

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shauna

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The horsemen frustrated me the first half of the book. I am still not a huge fan of Julian and now, Rysten. They all often treated Ruby, the queen of hell, like a dumbass- good for only screwing and protecting. They expected her to be honest and rely on them but they kept secrets and didn't have her weigh in on their decisions. They talked over her head and behind her back. I was glad Ruby realized it but she never really did anything about it. I think the horsemen didn't realize how strong she The horsemen frustrated me the first half of the book. I am still not a huge fan of Julian and now, Rysten. They all often treated Ruby, the queen of hell, like a dumbass- good for only screwing and protecting. They expected her to be honest and rely on them but they kept secrets and didn't have her weigh in on their decisions. They talked over her head and behind her back. I was glad Ruby realized it but she never really did anything about it. I think the horsemen didn't realize how strong she truly was until she saved them. Shame on Ryzen for allowing Iona to kiss him and not setting her straight until after she attempted to kiss him a 2nd time. He ADMITTEDLY allowed the kiss. Ruby even walked off after the kiss and he didn't notice- too busy caught up in Iona. He had to know Ruby would be hurt. He told Iona he was mated yet he allowed her to continue to fawn all over him. He made NO effort to reach out or reassure Ruby until much later. Good way to let Iona know where you stand by ignoring your mate and allowing your her to continuously fawn all over you. Dick! After that, I disliked him. I was proud of Ruby when she told Moira to leave Iona alone and that it was up to Rysten to honor the bond. F*cker failed Imo. His behavior was disrespectful. Then, when he finally decides to talk to Ruby and gives a lame explanation, she forgives him right away and screws him. I get he was shocked at first because he thought Iona was dead but she was all over him almost all day. Bleh.. I skimmed his sex scene. Too disgusted by him. I HATE when the heroine doesn't make the hero work for forgiveness. He disrespected not only his mate, but the queen of hell. I don't care that Iona MUCH later said she only loved Rysten as a brother. RYSTEN never said that. Side notes: I was glad Moira got laid. Poor gal had to watch Ruby get ogled all the time. Lilith raping the horsemen was horrible but seemed kind of downplayed. She raped them over and over - and in front of each other. Being violated like that should have been more traumatic. Overall, the series was good but fell a little flat for me. Positives: The stories were good enough to keep me jumping from book to book to see how it all plays out. I liked the twists on Lucifer, the horsemen, Genesis, Lilith, Eve, and women representing the 7 deadly sins. The humor, action, and twists in this book was pretty good. Negatives: Throughout the books, the horsemen seemed immature and kinda weak for being thousands of years old. Ruby through most of the books acted like a teen who made constant bad decisions. She survived by luck and others intervening. I didn't really feel the love between the mc's; just mostly lust, jealousy, and possessiveness. There seemed to be no true bonding except for Laran. He was the only one I thought truly knew Ruby. I know Rysten tried to adapt to Earth customs but he seemed fake to me. He called her love right away and he didn't even know her. He seemed to kiss her butt. Then the whole thing with Iona just turn me off of him. Allstair was just about sex. Julian was a controlling, cold fish with not a lot of personality. The series wasn't steamy and mature enough to be considered a true reverse harem. The small amount of steam that was there, wasn't really that hot. There was only one real sex scene in the first 3 books. To me, it felt like an NC-17 rated teen series.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Erin*

    This book was heart stopping, several times. I love this universe. The Horsemen are by far my favorite characters. I am so sad that the ride is over. This is one of those stories that you are so emotionally invested in that you are depressed when it’s all over because you won’t be seeing these characters again. I felt like we did not get enough of the Horsemen and Ruby in this book like the last three books. She had some intimate scenes with Julian (nothing really said about it though, just said This book was heart stopping, several times. I love this universe. The Horsemen are by far my favorite characters. I am so sad that the ride is over. This is one of those stories that you are so emotionally invested in that you are depressed when it’s all over because you won’t be seeing these characters again. I felt like we did not get enough of the Horsemen and Ruby in this book like the last three books. She had some intimate scenes with Julian (nothing really said about it though, just said it happened), Laran, and Rysten, but not a single one with Allistair. I feel like it really made the relationships feel unimportant. Ruby didn’t really spend a lot of time with any of them for the majority of the book. Nothing like the other three books. The Horsemen go through some really bad times in this book and it is literally at the end that Ruby is like this changed them and some of them were struggling, but the story doesn’t give a whole lot that they will get better before it literally ends. I needed more to be satisfied that they will be ok. I’m invested and I needed to know how they are working on getting better. It doesn’t say anything on how they are working to get better. I just needed more about the relationships than what was given. And you literally never hear those three words from Ruby’s lips (you’ll get it when you read the book). I know this book was really about Ruby growing into what she needed to be, but she has four mates that are a huge part of her life and they deserved more importance in her life than what I think this book gave them. The other three books showcase the relationships better, just my opinion. The epilogues were the worst ones I have ever read. A little from Moira’s POV about being in the Brimstone City and then a surprise POV (I won’t ruin that one), but neither really said anything about Ruby or my beloved Horsemen and the status of their relationships and how they are doing with everything. Overall, still loved this book because I love this universe and characters

  27. 4 out of 5

    Hayley Hemming

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Ahhhh Its all over. I wanted one more book though, I don't think I was quite ready to say goodbye to these characters. I loved everything with the final book and good gods did I cry when Laran died and Ruby was half dead herself clinging to him... bloody hell, that was not something to read at work haha And my heart broke with what Rysten, Julian and Allistair had to do while Lilith had control of them... No wonder they changed because of it. In the third book, sex wise it focused more on Julian Ahhhh Its all over. I wanted one more book though, I don't think I was quite ready to say goodbye to these characters. I loved everything with the final book and good gods did I cry when Laran died and Ruby was half dead herself clinging to him... bloody hell, that was not something to read at work haha And my heart broke with what Rysten, Julian and Allistair had to do while Lilith had control of them... No wonder they changed because of it. In the third book, sex wise it focused more on Julian and Allistair while in this book we had more Rysten and Laran. And I gotta say; I think Laran is my main man. Don't get me wrong, I love all of the Horsemen, I mean who wouldn't, but there is just something about Laran that speaks to me more than the other three. Can you just do another short book, just so I can see how life goes? I need more sexy horsemen and I kinda need to know if anything happens with Moira and Sinumpa And OMG I CANNOT LEAVE WITHOUT SAYING THIS: BANDIT AND CERBERUS AND THE THREE HEADED, RACCOON FACED PUPPIES THEY HAD!!!!!!! Don't do that to me hahahaha That is all!

  28. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Bittner

    I put off reading this book because I didn't want to say goodbye to Ruby and the gang just yet, but I just needed to see how it all went down. This book took me on a damn emotional rollercoaster and I honestly wouldn't have it any other way. Not to mention, the ending for this book was perfect! It didn't end with every single problem solved and everyone smiling sunshine and shitting rainbows, no. It was raw, it was gritty. What everyone went through changed them all so much that they don't recog I put off reading this book because I didn't want to say goodbye to Ruby and the gang just yet, but I just needed to see how it all went down. This book took me on a damn emotional rollercoaster and I honestly wouldn't have it any other way. Not to mention, the ending for this book was perfect! It didn't end with every single problem solved and everyone smiling sunshine and shitting rainbows, no. It was raw, it was gritty. What everyone went through changed them all so much that they don't recognize themselves anymore and when the book ends they are still in the process of trying to figure it out; yet managing to be happy. The amount of strength a character needs to bounce back like that is intense and Kel wrote it so realistically yet at the same time tied the loose ends so that by the end maybe they all had a bit of darkness in them, but they could see the light and the love they had for each other. I hope this description did the ending justice because the way the author wrote it was just beautiful.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Denise

    The only thing I don't like about the last book in this series is that it is the last book in this series. I don't mean that I'm upset that Kel made it line book instead of the previously planned two, well not exactly. I am upset that that the series is over. This is a fantastic finale book, but I will miss all the lovely characters like Ruby, the Horsemen, Moira, and especially Bandit. I look forward to the next series of unforgettable characters. When Ruby and her gang get to Hell they discover The only thing I don't like about the last book in this series is that it is the last book in this series. I don't mean that I'm upset that Kel made it line book instead of the previously planned two, well not exactly. I am upset that that the series is over. This is a fantastic finale book, but I will miss all the lovely characters like Ruby, the Horsemen, Moira, and especially Bandit. I look forward to the next series of unforgettable characters. When Ruby and her gang get to Hell they discover that things are deteriorating, and that's a hard statement to make since it is, well, Hell. Apparently Ruby is a little late to the party and things have started without her. Unfortunately, things are about to get a whole lot worse. It will take all that Ruby has and is to save Hell. She is going to face her worst nightmare, betrayal, and her past before it is all over. But she is the Queen of Hell and no one will take that from her, no one. I was given an advanced copy of this book by the author. My review is voluntary.

  30. 5 out of 5

    The Mysterious Reader

    I read a massive amount of urban fantasy, other fantasy, and paranormal books, and Kel Carpenter is at the top of the author’s I most enjoy. Her Queen of the Damned series is a perfect demonstration of why that is so. Wildly imaginative, convoluted but easy to follow, full of wonderfully crafted characters inhabiting an equally wonderfully built universe, this series has really had everything I could want. Brimstone Nightmares (Book 4) builds on this beautifully in a thoroughly exciting, thoroug I read a massive amount of urban fantasy, other fantasy, and paranormal books, and Kel Carpenter is at the top of the author’s I most enjoy. Her Queen of the Damned series is a perfect demonstration of why that is so. Wildly imaginative, convoluted but easy to follow, full of wonderfully crafted characters inhabiting an equally wonderfully built universe, this series has really had everything I could want. Brimstone Nightmares (Book 4) builds on this beautifully in a thoroughly exciting, thoroughly fun, thoroughly thrilling tale. It’s not the right place to start the series (newcomers trust me and start with book 1 - you’ll soon be addicted too), but for those who have been following along it’s a totally worthy addition. But for the fact that I’m literally dictating this review to my husband from my hospital bed I could go on and on with praises. The book definitely deserves it. Since I can’t do that I will simply note that the book is most definitely one to read, and it is easy to highly recommend.

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