“When I first began’ The Fire of Dawn’ I thought it was going to be another cheesy vampire novel about some girl who becomes a vampire and has to save the world while falling madly in love with a bad boy vampire. The same story we’ve been told oh so many times. However I was happily surprised by this intensely detailed portrayal of immortals trying to rebuilds their covens after being separated and suffering a loss from an attack from their enemy, The Brotherhood.
Leah is the key to getting the covens back together and she possesses a great amount of powers. The question is will she use her influence to help get revenge on The Brotherhood?
I really enjoyed this book; it was fresh and had a good story line. Yes it hinted at the characters being vampires but they stated that they are simply immortals, which is in my opinion something new. It was a nice difference for me to read a book about a new paranormal group not vampires. I did think the book started out a bit slow and it really took me a while to get into it. At one point I wasn’t sure I was going to be able to get into it honestly, but I kept with it and read some more. I finally got pulled into the story and really got hooked onto the plot and I was not disappointed.
I really loved the plot and the characters; I think they really made the story for me. I like how they regarded one another as family and not just friends or members of the same coven. I thoroughly enjoyed ‘The Fire of Dawn’ and the writing was great. It was a very thrilling story.