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  • Loved this romantic suspense

    Aleatha Romig is a genius when it comes to romantic suspense. Dawn, the epic conclusion of Reid and Lorna's trilogy is full of danger and suspense. And beautifully balanced with passion and love.If you love romantic suspense, Dawn and every single book in Sparrow world by Aleatha Romig is an easy and undisputed pick for you. . .

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  • Great conclusion

    5 Star Review of Dawn (Dangerous Web # 3) by Aleatha Romig Dawn is the third book and final book in the latest series Dangerous Web from Aleatha Romig. As with the other books in this trilogy, the writing was strong and I quickly became invested in the story that Ms. Romig wove. You need to have read Dusk and Dark prior to reading Dawn. The characters were engaging and there were numerous twists and turns, mystery and suspense and I was on the edge of my seat as I read this story. Reid and Lorna’s story was dramatic and I was riveted from the first to the last word and was frustrated when real life got in my way. This was a captivating, at times intensely emotional story and was a fitting conclusion to the series.

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  • Do not assume and expect a lot of plot twists.

    Lorna Pierce is a recently rescued victim and is slowly recalling many more details of her abduction, and it sprung up a past that she thought she had buried well. Reid Murray is her husband and is part of a powerful and influential Chicago organization called the "Sparrows." Lorna and Reid are tangled in a dangerous world filled with secrets, surprises, and danger. The organization's leading players have been targets of various attacks that the organization still does not know what the motives are. I am so excited to finally get answers in Dawn, Book 3, and the Dangerous Web series's final book - Reid and Lorna's story. The ending will B-L-O-W Y-O-U-R M-I-N-D! Without giving much away for the book: 1.) Dawn starts where readers left off in Book 2, which ended in a cliffhanger. There is a short prologue of this at the beginning that is a great recap. I would highly recommend readers start from Book 1 to better appreciate and go through the book. 2) Written in multi-characters POV, Dawn provides readers the main characters' perspectives AND some of the supporting characters' during the flashbacks that explain the mystery connections as far back as in Book 1. I appreciate this POV since the story gets pretty complicated. If Book 1 is all about the unfortunate event while Book 2 brought more questions and "dark secrets" surfacing, Book 3 is all about the secrets, lies, and "backdoor dealings" being pieced together for readers. 3) Questions get answers with cunning writing and implications. There were moments when I had to re-read a passage or two since I overlooked the "implications." There were hints that I missed, but I saw them after revisiting a few chapters. 4) Flashbacks were a welcome reprieve and gave great understanding and a better "connection" to the main characters. Readers will get a better feel of the gravity of the situation and how awful some of Lorna's and her family's backgrounds. These moments support why her family members turned out the way they did. They either succumbed to their predicament 5) Reasons/justifications for actions past are also discussed, and the people involved will get what they deserve. There were a few "past characters" that I thought I had my feelings sorted out. This book further confirmed those feelings and more to justify why they ended up where they were. I was angry for the "bad people" and cheered aloud (in my head) for the ones that came out "into the light." 6) I love how the supporting characters (all of them) are integral to the story and helped Lorna and Reid tackle their past, overcome their trauma, dissected the clues then "push" to solve the mystery. I love how the author did it - through science and therapy approaches. 7) The story reveals what went on with Mason and Lorna's pasts and will "fill-in" many missing events. Readers will finally learn about their family history and their missing sister's whereabouts. That is what I was looking forward to, aside from the central mystery. There is a bit more gore and "torture" inflicted that may churn the stomach but keep going because it will be worth it. 8) At the end of all this, in the darkest comes the dawn, then everything will be revealed. The story will keep readers "on the edge" of their seats, leading to the end. There were too many things to piece together, tangles to unravel, and secrets to expose that will all explode in a spectacular finish that is Romig's signature style. Overall, I love how the author grabs hold of her readers in all of her books. Dawn is no exception. I COULD NOT put the book down and gobbled it all up! Do not assume and expect a lot of plot twists. The author's mind is a perplexing one - with many "new revelations," then the story somehow takes us to the end of this epic trail of mystery and suspense while reinforcing the powerful love between Lorna and Reid. Being the conclusion of this series, finishing Dawn saddens me - to say goodbye (for now) to the Sparrow characters. It makes me want to read slower to savor the story more but understand that Reid and Lorna need to find their peace and HEA. I cannot wait to see more from the author again!

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  • Suspenseful!

    I absolutely love this series! Like the first two books in the series, Dawn is a very exciting, suspenseful story that's hard to put down once you started reading them. I like the twists and turns. You think you have it figured out and the author takes it in another direction. Reid and Lorna's story is one for the books and I enjoyed every minute of it. And also, the reader gets the answers and some shocking revelations too, that are neatly wrapped up by the last page. This author never disappoints when it comes to romantic suspense stories. If you enjoy great characters and a masterful blending of plots that holds your attention from beginning to end, I highly recommend that you read every book in the series.

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  • Great ending to a terrific series!

    The conclusion of Reid and Lorna’s story is everything you expect in a Aleatha Romig book. The unexpected twist and turns keep you engaged in the story, while also giving you a beautiful love story. Reid and Lorna are incredible characters, Lorna with her undeniable capacity to love and Reid’s desire to be her protector in all things. I just couldn’t get enough of this Sparrow world and all the wonderful characters Aleatha has given us. This is truly an incredible story.

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