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Psyche's Gate

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Psyche's Gate
Psyche's Gate Book Cover, written by Danielle D. Smith
Psyche's Gate Book Cover, written by Danielle D. Smith
Author(s) Danielle D. Smith
Publisher Solstice Publishing
Publication date October 28, 2010
Media type Paperback
Length 376 Pages
ISBN 978-1456323196

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Psyche's Gate is a book written by Danielle D. Smith. The story follows a conflict between good and evil with an angel and an artist caught in the middle. Within this story, a character appears named Lilith, who seems to be a modern facet of the mythical figure.


  • Title: Psyche's Gate
  • Author: Danielle D. Smith
  • Published By: Solstice Publishing
  • Length: 376 Pages
  • Format: Paperback
  • ISBN-10: 1456323199
  • ISBN-13: 978-1456323196
  • Publishing Date: October 28, 2010

Plot Summary

Alexius is a powerful warrior angel, once one of the highest ranking soldiers in the Army of Heaven. Brutally stripped of his wings and condemned to unendingly roam the earth, he suddenly finds himself offered a chance at redemption. Psyche is a young visual artist struggling to jumpstart her painting career.

Immensely talented but penniless and alone, Psyche is ready to give up all hope of artistic success until she receives word of a wealthy patron willing to offer her the commission of a lifetime. Little does she know that her mysterious benefactor is an ancient and evil being planning to use her creative power for his own wicked means. Alexius must stop this talented human from creating an opus for a demon, even if that means killing her himself.

But when the paths of celestial warrior and mortal maid cross, Alexius realizes that he cannot go through with his task. Instead, he will do all in his power to keep Psyche from harm. But a romance between angel and human is forbidden, and their actions will impact not only their own destiny, but the fate of all Creation....

Book Review

The following review can be found at the Amazon.com link in the External Links Below

  • 5 out of 5 stars
  • Great story about good vs evil
  • Reviewed On: November 14, 2010
  • Reviewed By: Catie Vargas

Psyche is a very gifted and talented artist that hardly earns enough money to eat and pay her bills. She has to work two jobs. She has been very lonely since her mother died. When Psyche finally meets the man from her dreams and is offered a great paying job she thinks that everything will get better. Until she learns that the man from her dreams is actually a fallen Angel sent to stop her from doing the mural that will change her life for the better. Psyche is a very well developed character that is very beleivable. You feel yourself hurting with her through the book.

Alexius is a fallen angel that is given a chance a redemption. All that he has to do to get his wings back and also his spot back in the heavenly army is to stop the women that he loves from paiting the mural that will launch her career. Alexius is tormented about wanting his life back but he also wants to be able to be with Psyche. Alexius is an Angel completly in love with a motal girl. Alexius is also tormented by the battle between good vs evil.

As for the two people that comissioned Psyche to do the mural are the most evil out there. They want the mural completed so that they can unleash the evil prince Lucifer himself from his prison. You can feel the evil in them through out the whole book.

This is a love story about good vs evil and the ever on going battle betweem heaven and hell. With poor Psyche as the pawn.

Danielle Smith has such a passion for her work and it really shows in this story. This story is a great story with compeling charaters, unforgetable events and just all around great story. This is one of those stories for me that once I started reading I could not put it down. And when I was not reading I could not get it out of my head. This story really draws you into it. I would recommend this story to anyone who is not affected by foul language. I can not wait for the rest of the series.

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