In Pandora's Box by Gracen Miller the main character Madison Wescott is in for the fight of her life against things she never knew existed, aided by an eccentric but likable cast of characters. Pandora's Box had both a strong opening and ending as well as a story that had an even flow. Each scene in Pandora's Box was very vivid - this made it easy to picture what was happening throughout the book. The motivation behind each character's actions was made clear through Gracen Miller's writing style. Every character had their own motivations behind their actions which served to add more conflict between the characters as well as internal conflict which made me enjoy the overall story all the more. I loved how the dialogue changed as the story progressed and the ending left me craving more of Madison, Phoenix, and the rest of the characters that I quickly fell in love with for all of their unique personalities.
Where does the road to Hell begin?
What happens when your son turns homicidal overnight and your husband disappears on his way to work? Do you cower in fear or fight for your life? Madison Wescott fights against the odds. Distrustful of a God she doesn't believe in, she finds herself face-to-face with a world she didn't know existed and discovers her own soul is darkened with demonic connections.
With good intentions? Or by demonic design?
Phoenix Birmingham bursts into Madison’s life in a whirlwind of sarcasm and sexual appeal. A hero for the masses—and for her jaded heart—but few will ever know the sacrifices he has made or the sacrifices to come. Discovering her entire life has been influenced by multifaceted paranormal beings, Madison is determined to defeat the apocalyptic blueprint fate has decreed, but only one man dares to challenge the supernatural forces manipulating them. Even with Phoenix's aid, can destiny be denied? Or will demonic design prevail while they pay the crucial price with their souls?
In a small, sleepy Alabama town the battle for mankind's liberty has begun...