Desire at Dawn

Desire at Dawn Recently Turned From Human To Vampire, Kylie Wants Nothing To Do With Her New Life Or With The Clan That Claims Her She Certainly Wants Nothing To Do With Her Mother, Belle, Who Is Completely Infatuated With Her Vampire Wife And Clan LeaderTo Escape Her Unwanted Existence, Kylie Befriends A Human, Olivia, Who Has Been Abandoned By Her Family But Unknown To Kylie, Someone Is Watching Her An Enemy Has Targeted Her As The Perfect Way To Destroy Her Clan While Battling This Enemy, Kylie Also Grapples With The Surprising Desires She Feels For The Human Desires That She D Once Seen As Wicked And WrongFighting For Her Life, Kylie Must Confront Both The Assassins And The Beast Within Her That Would Do Anything To Keep Her Loved Ones Safe

[Reading] ➽ Desire at Dawn  By Fiona Zedde –
  • Paperback
  • 264 pages
  • Desire at Dawn
  • Fiona Zedde
  • 12 August 2019
  • 9781626390645

10 thoughts on “Desire at Dawn

  1. says:

    This is a gratifying story about vampires For one, they apparently can have some passionate, long term commitments that are super hot relationships, too This story also focuses on vampire clans which may or may not have actual family members from their pre vampire days, but the structure, rapport, and support within these clans were really eye opening On the flip side, a multi generational group that fights vampires was flat out scary I definitely felt that the extraordinary range of personalities within the focus vampire clan raised the scope and depth of this book considerably There were no cookie cutter entities on the vampire side of the story Since I really liked that, I certainly recommend this book for its in depth paranormal material and really good heat Kylie is a bit of a composite conundrum as a vampire and a woman She is a part of the focus clan Her mother, who was absent for a good portion of her childhood, is now the wife and lover of the clan s leader, a very strong, focused, and determined woman Kylie is really struggling with her beliefs, her feelings about the clan, her mother and her lover, her strange urges, and most definitely about being a vampire It is fascinating to have this psychologically stressed vampire be the primary character That is just one of many delightful twists within this story Bottom line is Kylie is a case and half Olivia is initially a major mystery I didn t learn until much later in the book how Kylie became so drawn to Olivia Some of Kylie s attraction did come from her heart, but a lot of extra stuff was happening It was a magnificent eye opener and added all kinds of dimensions to conflicts that were emanating to the surface Olivia is a cornucopia of trials, stresses, and internal conflicts She has a relatively complicated and way out there plan to solve a major crisis in her life Kylie seems to be the key caught in Olivia s web and this part of the story just blew me away However, I was pleased to the max when I understood all the lavish components in Olivia s elaborate contrivance even if I could not condone it all Olivia was hard to embrace, but she was a fantastic antagonist All the eight members in Kylie s vampire clan get some airtime and they sparkled Only a few of the key people in Olivia s family are presented which worked well for the story in my opinion With Kylie being than bit complicated and Olivia having a host of hidden agendas, our key people provide many rich edges to this already engaging narrative It really is a evocative romp and not to be missed I totally recommend it if you have a taste for some amazingly delectable vampires Rather captivating NOTE This book was provided by Bold Strokes Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  2. says:

    view spoiler Alrighty So this is my second lesbian novel Hehe I m going to have to take a break for awhile Read fome Young Adult vanilla shit after this one Jesus So, the book starts off a little slow In comparing it to the first lesbian book I read, Love and Devotion, I found that I actually liked the way this book started It needed a little dedication, and after the book has decided you were really serious about reading it s entirety, BOOMBDSM.Haha, but it was good, it was consensual, and it was really really hot Lesbians are hot Period.I really liked our main character I thought it was interesting that while she was technically 25 26 she really thought like an 18 year old And I could relate to that Gotta love characters you can relate to At elat in grown up books.Anyway, skip a pretty good portion of the book, and you have Kylie and Olivia being all lovey and hot and sexy and then Kylie gets captured and I was just like, And then the ending was just one big explosion of emotions and death and sex and its all just very hot and I love it Well done Well done hide spoiler

  3. says:

    Some of the plot twists were a little eh for me, but overall a fun read with lots of sex.

  4. says:

    Originally posted at Butterfly o Meter Books on June 13th 2014 ReviewI m going with the extended Review format, not the Fluttering Thoughts on this one because I feel there s to say than the shorter 5 points approach As you ve noticed, I tend to use this format for books I really loved, books that touched me, but you ll say this is 3 stars, not a 5, so what s up There were parts of this novel I loved so much that I wanted it to end as a 5 stars Let s get one thing straight, it could have easily been a 5 stars reading experience for me Easily, I ll say it again.The worldbuilding was interesting, perhaps not overly focused on and detailed rather the you get it as action progresses kind of vibe I m cool with that too, and though there weren t very clear lines drawn from the get go, it s easy to get a good sense of what s going on and who s who, particularly about Kylie s vampire clan To balance it out, the way the opposing force is built is or less along the same lines of you get it as action progresses , only it s less action that evolves them and, I felt, less attention given to the vampire hunters side As a reader who appreciates strong, well built villains at times, than the heroes, might I add I wished for of that part of the worldbuilding spectrum, but that s obviously my subjective view of things As it is, the worldbuilding made sense in an active, on the go sort of way that I feel will appeal to readers who aren t too crazy about the politics, and prefer the gutsy action side of things instead.Where I felt the novel shined was the characters department, and yet it was also the department that frustrated me the most There s a lot I truly appreciate about these characters, from the struggles and issues they face family life, romance, sexuality, health not only Kylie, but all female characters to how they cope with or resolve those tensions Since it s a story about a 25 yo woman discovering herself, exploring her first relationship physical and emotional , this is NA to me.Our main character, Kylie, had a lot of that figuring myself out kind of charm, she was conflictied about her sexuality and sexuality in general, to begin with , and I really got emotionally invested in her struggles and tribulations The whole vampire clan contributed to that quite well, Kylie s mother especially, and Olivia played a really good part in it for at least the first half of the novel.The story was fun, not shocking though appropriately brutal in places, like when the vampires hunted fed, well put together and, for the first half or so of the novel, with a great tempo for my reading pleasure I ll reiterate something I mention in all my reviews, which is I m not in it for the agitated action, but rather the worldbuilding, character building relationship building To me, good, at times slower paced character building will always, always trump any kind of agitated action, and I ll never love a book movie, and so on based on action It s just not my thing I like an alert pace to a story because of it s repercussions on character and world building, not for its own sake Now, that being said, to me the novel felt somewhat rushed for the last half or so The charm and fun of the read slowly dwindled away in favor of, well agitated action Sure, it made sense in the context, it sped up as we got nearer to the end, I ll also say it felt like it skipped a bit of clarification in a spot or two for the sake of alertness like the jump from attraction to emotional involvement in the Kylie Olivia relationship, and the vampire hunters confrontation moment To me it felt like there had been that build up in a first draft maybe, but then it was abandoned in favor of making the read dynamic and giving it a rapid pace To me, that s not a plus If you re into action and thrills and the get it as you go approach, you ll probably enjoy that To me it felt like a loss, because the first half or so of the novel didn t feel rushed, took the time to build up tension and interest and strength, while the last part got certainly rapid and I guess exciting, but losing some of that charm the first part had.The third person narrative, past tense, from Kylie s POV was interesting and I liked her voice I also very much liked the intense, sort of raw sexual vibe that Kylie Olivia had, Fiona Zedde s style certainly shined there the chemistry was hot, palpable, explosive for that first part Then came the rapid pace of events and I felt all the parts I truly loved about the novel were somehow lost, less focused on.The cover and blurb are hooking, and it would certainly make for impulsive buy in one of my LGBT paranormal moods.All in all, this was a great read in some respects diversity, characters who aren t your average Caucasian middle class universal type, hot one on one and great romantic chemistry, interesting points touched on, but it became frustrating as it progressed I was left with a very disoriented sense of loving to bits one part and not liking the other as much This could have easily been a 5 stars reading experience for me, and I have no doubt it will be even fun for those of you who are into rapid action.

  5. says:

    cotton candy guilty pleasure definitely not read for the plot or the writing..

  6. says:

    it was okI found the story to be ok i found myself skipping over parts i felt there could have been to the story

  7. says:

    I Desire More VampiresI love the way Fiona Zedde writes this story, which includes unexpected yet genuinely deep love between lesbian women, the realism of mortality with breast cancer, and the values of when family betrays you as well as when the have your back Most importantly, I am intrigued by how Fiona uncovers a society of vampires living in the present day, in a way that lets the reader feel raw yet sincerely vulnerable as this story takes you on a journey of suspense like no other I still have yet to catch up on reading Every Dark Desire so I can get ready for her upcoming third installment of her vampire series I am so excited

  8. says:

    There are parts of the story that I actually like e.g the humanity Kylie losses and struggles to re gain There are some other parts that I just find it unbelievable e.g Last part when Olivia loss her family but still end up being with Kylie There are some pretty good scenes inside, but in general for me this is just an okay read.

  9. says:

    EnjoyableIt started off slow then gradually got better when you re than halfway through The main characters and supporting characters were good and would love a story with Belle and Silvija.

  10. says:

    2.75 didn t expect to be reading about vampires again ahaha

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