Today's review is on Darkness of Morning by Samantha Boyette
is the second installment in this series by Boyette, and though I did
enjoy it, it took a little more time for me to really get into it. Like the first,
it had quite a few editing and grammatical mistakes, but besides that,
the meat of the story didn't kick in as quickly as I would have liked.
and Dylan have been living in the human world and it has had an adverse
reaction on Dylan. Slowly but surely she hasn't been herself and it's
getting worse. When an old friend of Baron's shows up with news of
Alster and the "King" Rinus, the hope for Dylan to return to normal
is all she Kara needs to convince her to travel back to Inbetween. After all,
Dylan's strange bahavior is probably just from living in the human
world anyway right?
Once in Inbetween, the group finds Lockler
and holds up at his hide out. There they learn of the fate's of their
other friends following the attack. And though Dylan seems better at
first, Kara notices that there is still something wrong but she just can't
figure out what it is. She does however pick up on the jealously Dylan is
exhibiting. Even though they are all on the same side, Dylan begins to
pull farther and farther away from not only Kara but everyone else as
well, and that will change everything.
For me, Kara, who is
suppose to be the "protector", seems way to needy through at least half
of the book. I expected her to have more of a spine, but maybe that's
3 of 5 stars
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Book Description: via Amazon
Picking up shortly after the events in Morning Rising, Darkness of
Morning finds Kara and Dylan drawn back into the world of Inbetween in
hopes of stopping Alster and the new King. Though they believe Alster is
planning an assault on the Daylands, bringing Dylan over to his side is
his true goal. As the girls and their friends plot to bring down
Alster, Dylan's moods shift dangerously testing both her relationship
with Kara and her commitment to saving the Daylands.