Devil’s Dawn (A Grant & Daniels Romantic Suspense Trilogy, #2) by Charlotte Raine


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The author sent me a copy of this book (pdf format) in exchange for an honest review.

My rating:  4  of  5  stars

Plot
(by Goodreads)

Sarah Latham is the epitome of an all-American sweetheart. She’s a cheerleader with good grades, a judge for a father, a homemaker for a mother, and a reputation that makes everyone else look like devils. But after being kidnapped, something triggered inside Sarah and she’s no longer made of sugar and spice.

Acting Chief of Police Aaron Grant and his FBI girlfriend Teresa are left chasing their tails after bodies start dropping and they can’t find the sinner they’re searching for because she’s disguised as an angel. Wyatt quickly becomes Hell as it becomes apparent that Sarah isn’t the only mentally unstable person in town.

The secrets that had been buried under the Alaskan ground are beginning to ascend to the surface, but their ascension won’t come with forgiveness. It will only come with more death—a Devil’s Dawn.

 

Genre(s):  Romantic Suspense

Series:  Grant & Daniels Romantic Suspense Trilogy, #2

Length:  180 pages

Release date:  2015-04-13

 

Teaser


“She thinks you’re crazy,” she says.

I shift my car into drive. “Well, she’s right.”


 

My Opinion

Devil’s Dawn introduces the readers to the main characters Aaron, Teresa and Sarah. Taking turns, Aaron, Sarah and other relevant characters tell us about their lives – not only about current events, we also learn a little about their past. This book has a pleasant flow; the individual chapters are not too long, the respective header shows you unmistakably the current narrator and the time she or he is telling about.

With Devil’s Dawn, Charlotte Raine has created a different approach on telling a romantic supense series. Devil’s Dawn is a well balanced romantic suspense read with believable characters – believable because we get some insight into their ways of thinking, getting to know possible virtues and flaws. Charlotte Raine slowly reveals her characters’ stories; the story has a steady pace – it is just right, keeping the thrill on an equally steady level. I was drawn into the story, a luckily invisible observer. Devil’s Dawn is a good read for romantic suspense fans, enjoying suspense, trips into criminals’ minds and a love story on the side.

This is a very pleasant read. I need to get hold of the first instalment as I am very curious about Grant & Daniels beginnings.

 

In brief:

Plot Some twists
Mood Suspenseful
Pace Steady
Characters Developed

 

About the author

Charlotte Raine is the author of several romantic suspense books with more on the way. She worked in marketing and advertising for 15 years before focusing on her true passion, telling great stories. Charlotte gets inspiration for her writing from the scenic but serene mountains around her home in Vail, Colorado.

When she is not writing you will find her after a long day of skiing at one of the many lodges in Vail. She will most likely be next to a warm fire, drinking a glass of wine and telling stories.

 

Connect with the Author:

 

Please take a look at my statement on reading in My train of thoughts on …reading.  Now I am asking you.  🙂

My questions for you bibliophiles:
What about you?  What did you think about Devil’s Dawn?  Or – if you did not yet read Devil’s Dawn  – are you now interested in reading it yourself?

My question for you cinephiles:
If Devil’s Dawn was filmed – who should direct it, who could you imagine as actors?

I am looking forward to reading your comments.  🙂

 

 

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