Fading Light (Shadow Born #2) by Angela Dennis

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September 22, 2014 by ceresbooksworld

Fading Light (shadows born 2)

Synopsis :


“Everyone has a breaking point.”
Her hundred-year penance lifted, Shadow Bearer Brenna Baudouin returns to the Earthly plane with her partner, Gray Warlow, to keep the peace between humans and supernatural creatures and to prevent another apocalyptic war from happening.
The attraction between them is nearing a critical point, but their checkered history has left Brenna unable to trust either her heart or her instincts.
It s chaotic business as usual until humans begin turning to statues of dust. There is no explanation, no sign of magical foul play or a biological toxin. The humans are convinced it s the work of a deviant supernatural faction, twisting the knife in the already tense relationship between their species. Brenna and Gray agree the deaths have a former comrade-turned-rogue stamped all over them.
In a race against time, they enlist the help of both friend and foe to save the human race and stop the impending civil war. Along the way, they are forced to come to terms with their past and decide, once and for all, whether they will come together or fall apart.

Warning: Contains a heroine who knows her weapons but not her own heart, an outbreak of supernatural proportions, copious bloodletting, and a race to save an endangered species humans. All tied up in a tight bow of sexual tension. ”


My review :


Brenna and Gray must fin Adare, they want him dead and mostly they want to stop the war. Unfortunately, a lot of humans are transformed into ashes because of a person who threw a spell. Brenna and Gray must find this person quickly.

I like Brenna’s character, she’s independent, she knows what she wants but the problem is she wants Gray but doesn’t trust him completely. She loves him but the fact that Gray wants to protect her is irritating.

In Fading Light, they must learn to trust each other and it’s really hard. Gray is like always, hot and sexy but sometimes he can be overprotective and I don’t like that. He’s also arrogant. The relation between Brenna and Gray is intense and sometimes they are hurt but I like the kindness and sexiness moments.

A new character’s coming, he’s Keegan, the Dragon, and I love him. I love his temper (Dragon’s temper), he’s also sexy and can be a pain in the ass but I forgive him.

Seraph, Lucy, Sam, Mira a,d Hilda are there too and that team is so cool.

I can say one thing and that’s Fading Light is good, we don’t learn a lot of things but there is a lot of action, a lot of hot scenes, a lot of amazing and funny dialog and a lot of hot Gray and Keegan.

The book is like the first one, in two POV, Brenna and Gray, I like that because we’ve see their feelings about each other.

I want to thanks Angela Dennis and Samhain Publishing for giving me the opportunity to read and review this book because it’s really great.

I want a book three with more Gray, Brenna, Keegan, Lucy and the others. I want to know if Gray will make the good decisions or not. I want to know more about Gray’s and Brenna’s families and also about the others characters. I want a lot of books in Shadow Born Series.

This book is so great you must read it.



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