Book Review Black Dawn by Mallory McCartney

The end of an Empire, The rise of a Queen
Emory Fae enjoys leading a quiet, normal life. That is until two mysterious, and handsome soldiers show up at her apartment, and the life she knew is instantly whisked away. Memphis Carter and Brokk Foster come from the magical and war ridden world of Kiero, and upon Emory’s arrival she will discover she is the long lost heir to the Royal Line and is thrown into the Black Dawn Rebellion with a dynamic role to ignite the rebels and reclaim her throne. 
With both men being darkly woven in her past Emory uncovers hidden secrets, a power held long dormant, and will soon realize there are worse things than supernatural humans, love, loss, betrayal, and a Mad King.
Some things are better left in the shadows.

Jan’s Review

This book ended up being a solid three for me as the story is told by multiple points of view. If done correctly can really shape a story but I really felt that the multiple pov made the story more confusing and that the thread of the story got really jumbled.  It a very short book so their not a lot of time to develop the plot so I did expect it to move along at a fast clip.  I felt that by jumping we get to parts were I felt I missed a whole chapter and was lost on how we got to the point of where we are at or even why characters choose to do what they did.  

I think I got the main part point of the story and that we have a girl who going to save this world but she been in hiding on earth.  Memories are replaced once she been retrieved, she going to go up against the bad guy with this rebellion that been in hiding.  You got a love interest that a triangle of sorts and at least one of these characters choices to be a traitor.  The ending is very jumbled and I not really sure why things played out how they did in final scenes in the book.  


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