Third in a stunning post-apocalyptic paranormal romance trilogy. It's been twelve years since the Change, and Penelope Sheehan is one of the few still practicing magic for the good of humanity in this dark, dangerous world. But she needs the help of a shapeshifter named Tru, whom she knew... show more
Third in a stunning post-apocalyptic paranormal romance trilogy. It's been twelve years since the Change, and Penelope Sheehan is one of the few still practicing magic for the good of humanity in this dark, dangerous world. But she needs the help of a shapeshifter named Tru, whom she knew when he was a troubled boy. But Tru is a creature of instinct and impulse, living only to satisfy his senses- ignoring the scarred heart nobody has ever reached. Fighting alongside the last holdouts of humanity, they will unleash a passion that tempts them to risk everything for love. But if they succeed, Tru and Pen hold the power to brighten the Dark Age for all time.
Publish date: December 6th 2011
Publisher: Berkley Sensation
Pages no: 312
Edition language: English
Series: Dark Age Dawning (#3)
So, when I started reading, I got really worried. Tru was so likeable in Nightfall. For the first 1/3 (approx) of this book he is an unlikeable, selfish asshole. The things started to change (thank the goddess!). I ended up really liking Tru by the end. I liked how Tru was better at recognizing Pen...
PJV Quickie: Daybreak by Ellen Connor is the final in the Dark Age Dawning Series and unfortunately I didn’t enjoy it as much as I did the others. The story and plot were up to par with the rest of the series, I believe my lack of verve revolved around the main characters.ReviewThe final book in the...
I truly love the last installment of Ellen Connor's "Dark Age Dawning" trilogies for few reasons: One, because in this book, I think that the hero (Tru) and heroine (Pen) are really startin and ending in equal ground. In book #1, Mason is pretty much a figher before Jenna turns in to a werewolf due ...
★★★✩✩ I had a hard time rating this one because at times I thought it was going to be four stars and yet it didn’t hold me until the end. (I was the last in my "buddy read" to finish.) Maybe my expectations were too high, as I was really looking forward to Tru & Pen’s story. The thing that bugged...