The Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery – Review by Michelle Austin

The Light at DawnThe Light at Dawn by K.L. Montgomery
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

The Light at Dawn was a heart wrenching and emotional 5+ star read.

I was pulled right in from the beginning. Angelia and her family go through a tragedy that no family ever wants to experience (Ugly cry moments started instantly). We watch her world come crumbling down around her. We jump ahead five years Angelia is now a single mom who is traveling around and speaking on gun violence.

Mark see’s Angelia at a bar and quickly gets pulled in by her. They end up having drinks and they discover they are both on opposite sides of the right to bare arms. Angelia quickly leaves but can’t get Mark out of her mind. A little time passes and things take a tragic turn for Mark and once again my ugly cry came out. Angelia reaches out to Mark about the tragedy she doesn’t realize it had affected his family directly, her message came at the right time for Mark.

Can these two help heal each other? Can they have a HEA?

There is so much more to this very emotional read. There are things that make you really think about your views on this serious subject and see both sides of the spectrum. These two came together in an unexpected way and helped each other through. I loved the ending, it couldn’t have been more perfect. Be prepared for some twists and turns, K. L. Montgomery does a great job of throwing some very unexpected things in to make the book even better. All of the secondary characters were great, I actually would love to see more from this couple and extended family. A MUST read for sure, have the kleenex handy.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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