Light of Dawn (The Crucible Series Book 2) by Angela Colsin – Review by Jenni Bishop

Light of Dawn (The Crucible Series Book 2)Light of Dawn by Angela Colsin
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Charlotte Mulligan leads a normal simple life that has been turned upside down by her past, one she is working to overcome. Charlotte has received a parcel through the post, from someone she has no idea who they are. The package contains a strange and unusual trinket box, one she doesn’t know what to do with. Little does she know but this one little box will certainly change her and her life as she knows it.

After being hired, for a handsome sum, to find a curse box, Ulric Dra’Kai a powerful draconian mercenary has spent much time travelling from state to state looking for it. He has been told finding this box will lead him to his ultimate goal. His latest lead is to find one Charlotte Mulligan. Ulric thinks with a little scare he will get the information from her but boy is he wrong. What he finds is a sassy, hard to intimidate individual, one he finds himself drawn to more and more, one who could be his mate, one who he thought he would never find but can it truly happen?

Charlotte along with Ulric finds herself the object of interest and under attack by vampires and into a world she never thought possible, a paranormal world full of supernatural creatures, one that she is apparently a part of. But why are the vampires after her? Can they find the box in time and find themselves safe from the dangers surrounding them? Will they find a way to be together or will this crazy be too much for Charlotte to handle? Can Ulric keep Charlotte safe? Will Charlotte come to terms with all she has learnt and all she can be?

This is one book you will not want to miss. Angela writes a great paranormal story with multiple layers and has you drawn in right from the start. I guarantee you will not be able to put it down. You find yourself drawn to the characters as if they are your friends as they race through every twist and turn. Well worth the read, I thoroughly enjoyed every word. Can’t wait to read more from her.

Reviewed by @jennadb

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