I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Darkness Before Dawn by Claire Contreras
Series: Darkness #2
Published by Self Published on June 8, 2013
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Is love ever enough?
Faced with obstacles she could have never imagined, Blake is brought to darkness and back by forces in her past she never knew existed.
Desperate to stay connected to the only thing he loves, Cole is forced to revisit his past and align himself with the people who knew about Blake' s disappearance.
Separation has forced both Blake and Cole to learn how to live under the worst circumstances, each of them alone in their own hell.
When they reunite, can they be the same two people they were before darkness swept upon them?
Told in separate points of view, Darkness Before Dawn is the continuation of Blake and Cole' s fight to make it to the light.
What a way to end a two book mini series. I loved this one as well. Cole has got to be one of my favorite book boyfriends EVER. He’s simply amazing!
There are many twists and turns with this story that will keep you guessing on why things are the way they are. However, I recommend that you read the first book to know exactly what’s going on with all the characters.
When you get to the very end I think you’ll be surprised with how things turn out. I love a good suspenseful story and this one didn’t disappoint.
The sexual elements in this one are comparable to adult mainstream. I don’t think they were as steamy as the first book, but having said that the scenes were well written and still hot.
There were a few times that I thought Blake went a little bit overboard with her emotions. I couldn’t understand why she would doubt Cole’s love for her. Like I said before Cole is amazing. I really loved him.
Overall this is one of the best series I’ve read so far this year. Ms. Contreras has gained a new fan for sure. I really like her writing style and hope to read her future works.