Review – Pray for Dawn
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  • December 24, 2010

It’s been a while since I’ve read Jocelynn Drake and this book proves it. Pray for Dawn is a great story that suffered from a bit of catch-up from the last three books, which I read over a year ago. That and the fact that the POV suddenly shifts from Mira to Danaus can possibly account for the confusion, but I digress.

A daughter of a high-ranking senator is found dead, and Mira and Danaus have to find out why. Tied up in all of this is an age-old war between Mira’s people, Danaus’ past, and the Naturi. There’s a lot going on here. But, when you’re a badass Vampire, and Vampire Hunter, you can pretty much move mountains.

It took a while to warm up because, like I said, we are finally reading Danaus’ perspective which is a bit… stoic. And cold. And meticulous. I mostly enjoyed the scenes with Mira. I miss her. A lot, even though she is present. I miss her mind and her wit. I want to get back to it. Danaus is just too robotic and martinet for me.

That said, I am very much looking forward to Wait for Dusk, which I have in my greedy little hands and am very ready to dive in to. As for Pray for Dawn 4 out of 5 stars. Not bad, but on to Mira. I hope.

– BP

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