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Book Review: Dusk Before Dawn by Fiona Davenport

Dusk Before Dawn by Fiona Davenport 
Series: Love Bitten, #1
Genre: Paranormal | Romance | Novella
Age Range: Adult Audience
Format: Paperback, 100 pages.
Source: My Copy
Published on October 11th 2020
Fiona Davenport: Website | Twitter | Goodreads

Might contain spoilers.

Kieran Bancroft has spent almost a thousand years saving humans from evil vampires. Protecting potential consorts from nightwalkers gave Kieran something to focus on other than his dwindling hope that he’d ever find the one who was meant to be his.

Thana Fernsby had no idea vampires existed. Not until her aunt sprung an arranged marriage on her, and she went running into the night. Thana ended up at the door of a daywalker–the good kind of vampire that had been born instead of bitten.

Kieran would help any damsel in distress. But when he touched Thana and discovered she was his destined consort, the fight became personal.

Once upon a time I was obsessed with vampires but these days I rarely read them besides the ones involving Black Dagger Brotherhood. This book reminded why I loved them so much.

“I like a good anti-hero from time to time.”

I don’t know why I always fall for 1000 years old vampires, like Eric Northman and Klaus Mikaelson. Kieran Bancroft is no different. He has been waiting for his consort but in the meanwhile he’s helping all the other consorts.

Thana Fernsby’s birthday isn’t going well. Not only is her money greed aunt making her spend the day with people she has never met but there’s also another surprise waiting for her there. Thankfully Kieran lives next door to these people.

I didn’t totally understand vampires this world like how daylighters are always good and nightwalkers bad. I’d like to really know why nightwalkers hated daylighters so much. Just because they were killing them off?

Another fine story from these two writers! Totally recommend to anyone who like sweet instalove book with alpha male.I hope both of Kieran’s brothers get their consorts.

5 stars

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