Description from Back Cover:
Snarling teeth, glowing eyes. Someone–something–is after her.
The man who haunts her dreams enters her reality, claiming she’s transforming into a changeling–not quite immortal but no longer human. Except nobody wants this change. Not humans, not immortals and least of all her.
Battle lines are drawn and blood spills as the two fight not only for her life, but for mankind’s as well.
Let me start by saying that I have never been a big fan of paranormal, wolf, demon or other type books ever before. This book, along with a few others, has completely changed my mind about the genre! This book is the love story of Elijah and Sadie, and the two make a perfect pair. The love that is felt from the beginning to the end is magical. Sadie has to discover her powers and save the ones she loves, and her love holds no bounds no matter what Elijah says. No matter how hard her sister tries to stop her. It is a dark, suspense filled tale that will have you smiling, laughing and will even make you a bit angry at Sadie’s sister. I am so thankful I was able to get my hands on a copy of this book. It was an awesome way to start off reading the paranormal genre and I will be checking out more of this type in the future as I fell in love with the author. The writing was fantastic. The setting of the book was also great. I felt I was in the story as I was reading it. This one is well worth getting! I don’t think you want to miss this one. I highly recommend you getting a copy!
I give Fierce Dawn by Amber Scott 4.5 of 5 stars. It is also another of my 2012 favorites!
About the Author:
Hi there! I’m Amber Scott and I am a die-hard, completely hopeless, romantic.
I’m a happily married mama of two. In between naptimes and laundry, I bang out the love stories in my head. I can’t cook. I’m seriously addicted to chocolate. If I could have lunch with any person living or dead, it’d be my dad.
I’m lucky enough to be able to say I have landed a really amazing husband, and yet, at times, I miss the days of being single.
Don’t get me wrong. I wouldn’t exchange my life for anything, but…a night in the arms of a certain devastatingly handsome vampire or a morning curled up next to the knight that got away are tempting thoughts that I can’t help explore through my fiction.
Come away with me and live vicariously….
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to travel back in time? To howl at the moon? To kiss a girl?
Ever wake up and wish you had a little Druid magic to make things easier or some hard alcohol that made it all disappear?
I miss the falling in love part. Do you? That wondrous new hope of becoming the world to someone else? The thrill of meeting eyes across a crowded room? The shiver of unexpected attraction?
Unfortunately, my books will not reverse the signs of aging and they cannot shrink your thighs. But, if you give them a chance, they’ll take you away from it all. My characters aren’t perfect people. Far from it. They make mistakes, want the impossible and often get in their own damned way. But, I love them still. They are a lot like me. Sleep deprived, worried, misguided and driven despite it all.
If you need some ‘me time’, a little escape, my seven and counting titles are here for you.
May 2009, I joined the staff, or “crew”, of 1stTurningPoint.com, a site and forum where unpublished, new, orphaned, ebook, self-published, small and big press published authors come to learn and share all about promotion.
October 2010 I co-founded the Indie Book Collective with Carolyn McCray and Rachel Thompson. We pooled our skillsets and wrote “Dollars & Sense: The Definitive Guide to Self-publishing Success.”
My internal editor, Charles, occasionally pops in to speak his piece here. Trust me, he’s a character! Milla, my muse, always keeps him in line, thankfully.
Thank you for coming by and for reading.
Disclaimer: No one is sponsoring or endorsing this post. I purchased the book myself. All opinions are my own. All information on the book can be found at the authors website.
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