Book: Darkness into Dawn
Author: Theresa Sederholt
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Tragedy has struck and now it is a waiting game.
New beginnings so full of promise, are overshadowed by a past that is continuously haunting them. Secrets are uncovered, as lies are revealed.
Lives hang in the balance, as old enemies return from the past and threaten their new found future. Raven and Jax will fight for their lives and the lives of those they hold dear.
Will they ever find out what it is to lead a normal life?
Will anyone truly be safe?
Too much has happened.
How can anyone survive this?
I was born in Brooklyn New York. I am old enough to know there is no luggage rack on the hearse. I am married to a Professional Chef.
I have a son who is a Research Chemist and a wine maker. Yep I'm covered from the food to the drinks. I have 2 dogs Vito and Godiva.
I live in the United States. I've had so many different jobs, even I can't keep count.
I believe if you give a girl espresso and Nutella she can change the world!
T Bird's 5 Bare Naked Stars ***** Review
Wow, in my opinion Darkness into Dawn was fabulous. I enjoyed the first book Unraveling Raven, but it didn’t give me the emotions and physical reaction like this one did. I could feel my heart break during certain scenes and the rapid heartbeat when the twists and turns took over in the plot. From page one we are thrown in the world of the unknown in regards to one of the favorite characters. We watch love grow and be shattered, we have the confusion over what is protection and what is control. The author gave us the glories of new life and the threat of life ending.
This book reads like a modern day soap opera that you couldn’t stop watching.
I would strongly suggest you read book one, Unraveling Raven first so you will fully get the understanding of this plot. Raven has been through hell and back when finally at the chance of finding her happiness the secrets and evil continue to invade her world. Jax is the ever loving, sexy, protective man who sometimes loses sight as to what is protecting the people in his life versus being controlling and assertive. The author did a fabulous job at untangling this mess with all of the characters involved, it was well played and as realistic as fiction can be.
The secondary characters are no longer in the background, each had their own piece of the story to carry in this book and I loved getting to see Jackie and Max figure out their tangled web of life and fight through the doubt and insecurities each had. I loved the role Jax’s mom had in this story and the secrets she held for so long. While we see the ones we grew to love and hate in book one, we are also introduced to new plots and characters that will carry over to book 3.
I could go on forever about each shocking new twists or how I feel about the answers to my questions in book one, but I will refrain. I don’t want to spoil anything for you. Just know that the author out did herself in this series. You rarely have a down moment to catch your breath as she lays out everything in perfect step to keep stringing you along till a shocker happens. I can hardly wait for the next book and see what brilliance she is going to give us once again. The characters are so well developed and this story is character driven. I feel like I know them so well I can almost predict how they are going to react to situations, but the author keeps me on my toes. I highly recommend this series but make sure you start at book one, you don’t want to miss a detail of this story.
Book 1 in the series
The Unraveling of Raven