Daughter of Eve. Leader of the Resistance. Mankind’s savior.
Dawn is supposed to be the ultimate weapon against the bloodthirsty hybrids
that control the desolate planet.
But she didn’t inherit superhuman speed or
She’s just a human.
The pursuit to unlock her power lures her into a
venomous trap, where silver eyes seduce, fangs incite pleasure, and love and
devastation wear the same handsome face. He’s her deepest desire, greatest
enemy, and the key she’s been searching for.
With humanity balancing on an arrow’s edge, she
must win his heart or destroy it.
When I first picked
up this series to read, I couldn’t put it down. It gripped me from the first
few chapters. Pam’s writing is smooth and easy to follow. Even with flash
backs, it’s easy to pick up where the characters are and what is happening. Absolutely
loved this series and Dawn of Eve is a great conclusion.
Dawn of Eve is all
about Dawn. She’s beautiful, smart and trained to fight. She is a lethal
weapon, but only human. If you were hoping to see more of the gorgeous sexy
guardians, well you’re in luck, because they are in here, but the spotlight is
on Dawn. Well Dawn and her way to save mankind. Salem is one hot, lethal, sexy
man that I wanted to pound one minute and then pound him with my fists the
next. Dawn can feel that Salem is the connection to what she has to do to save
the world, she just can’t figure out what she has to do.
There are lots of
emotions running through this book. Happiness, deceit, hurt, love, triumph and
defeat. I felt like I was on a constant roller coaster. Pam makes you fall in
love with these characters and when they screw up, you feel completely
devastated and disappointed with them. At the same time, when Dawn matures and
learns what she has to do to save everyone, you feel nothing but pride.
There’s blood, gore,
fighting, sex, mystery, angst and turmoil all through this story. It keeps you
on the edge of your seat. I found myself wanting to hurry up to finish the book
to see what happens, but also wanting to savor it because I knew it was the
last of the series. I could have read more about these characters, but alas,
all good things must come to an end. A very emotional, uplifting, excruciating,