I’m kicking this week off with the White Dawn blog tour. I’m so excited for this book!
About the Book
The slate is clean.
A white dawning has emerged and I’m ready to face the day.
AURORA WHITCOMB has taken the place as Chief of Ky, but the ghosts of her past continue to haunt her future.
RAIN TURNER has lost the the embers that kept his hope burning, and all he’s left with is a raging desire to avenge the love of his life.
With an insatiable hatred toward each other, Aurora and Rain must learn to work together to bring the country back to its feet. In order to do so, they must be invincible. But being invincible isn’t only about conquering the battles in the physical world. When their journey to rescue Ky takes a violent turn for the worst, Aurora and Rain must learn the true meaning of forgiveness, not only for each other, but for those who haunt their pasts.”
First thoughts: Wow! There is a lot that goes on in White Dawn. I think I’ll take it character by character. First up, Rain.
I’ve had a love-hate relationship with Rain throughout the series. Fortunately,White Dawn ended on the love scale. 🙂 Rain wrecked me with his sorrow and with his love for his Ember. I wanted to cry and shake him at the same time, lol. But in the end, he remembered Who is greater and straightened up.
Aurora. So it took me a better portion of this book to decide if I even trusted her let alone liked her. For that reason I’d give Ms. Baysinger an A+. There was no predictability where she was concerned and it made me tense and enthralled with the story all at once.
I won’t really go into the other characters because then this review will never end ;). Suffice to say, they all make the book better and add some tension, not that this high-octane read needed any more. There were also some interesting scenes in here. I don’t want to give them away, because I hate spoilers. But ack! I want to give them away. Each of them made me gasp in their own way. One because holy crawford, I did not see that coming. Another because holy crawford, I wanted to see it coming. And the third scene, because holy crawford, totally epic!
Overall, I enjoyed this fast-paced ending of the Black Tiger series. It’ll be great to see what Ms. Baysinger writes next.
*I received a free copy from the publisher. This review is my own, honest opinion.