Review: Edge of Dawn by Lara Adrian

Posted February 11, 2013 by sarah in Uncategorized / 1 Comment

 
Sarah’s Review for Edge of Dawn by Lara Adrian Midnight Breed #11
 
 
 
 
***SPOILERS***
 
 
 

I got an ARC of this book. For those of you that have read the Breed and are waiting for this book won’t be disappointed! I loved how new Breed are coming into play. I see this series going on for several more books but that is such a great thing!

I’ve always hoped when Kellen and Mira were introduced to us that they would be mates and we would see them grow together. The turn that shattered that in this book took me aback.  I really didn’t think they would find one another or it would be too late one on of their parts.  I was in a way waiting for Nathan to step in since he and Mira were close also. 

It was also interesting to see how the Breed and the human race are getting along.  It wasn’t what I was expecting so it was a nice and interesting surprise. 

I loved the way the book ended with a great cliff hanger and it left me wanting the next Breed book even more! I wish Lara Adrian would write a little faster. 😉

BOOK OVERVIEW: Twenty years after the terror of First Dawn—when mankind learned that vampires lived secretly among them—the threat of violence reigns as the two species struggle to coexist. The only group preserving the fragile harmony is the Order, an elite cadre of Breed warriors dedicated to protecting humans and vampires alike. And in this precarious world of torn loyalties and shattered trust, Mira, a fiery squad captain, finds that every fight bears an intensely personal cost.

Raised among the Order, Mira has always believed in the warrior’s code of swift—and even lethal—justice. But the one thing she desires more than the Order’s hard-won acceptance is Kellan Archer, a sexy but troubled Breed fighter. In love with him since childhood, Mira once broke through his tough exterior during an unexpected night of rapture, but the next day he mysteriously disappeared, never to return.

Kellan didn’t think he would ever see Mira again—or have to confront the truth of why he left. After abandoning the Order years ago, he now leads a band of human rebels intent on carrying out their own vigilante rule of law. Yet a high-profile kidnapping assignment brings him face-to-face with the past he sought to avoid, and the striking woman he has tried desperately to forget. And as tensions mount and the risk of bloodshed grows, Kellan and Mira must take sides—between the competing missions that dominate their lives, and the electrifying passion that claims their hearts.

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