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  • Best of the Best!

    I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Ember of Night is full of twists turns and never ending action. The main character Harley is tough as nails, yet full of love, compassion and a spirit that drew me to her from the start. Her love for her sister Ray, and her desire to protect her from the wrath of their father, no matter the cost is herself, reveals the extent of her love and self-sacrificing nature.. Harley's boss, Nathan, is a very positive parental figure in Harley and Ray's lives. It soon becomes apparent how deeply he cares for them both. Harley is wary of trusting others, yet is instantly drawn to and quickly develops a deep bond with Draven. Her love towards her best friend Kai is evident, although eventually brought into question when she discovers his true identity and agenda. The book ended with a shocking cliff hanger I did not see coming and left me wanting more. Does Ray have special abilities? Will Draven ever rescue his brother from hell? Who exactly is Harley's mom? Who are Ray's parents? What is to become of Harley? Is she truly the one Draven stated? Eagerly awaiting book 2 to find the answers to these questions!

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  • Simply amazing

    Ever since the synopsis was released, I knew this is right up my alley. And boy was it ever. This book was even more amazing than I thought it be. It was so easy to read and get lost in Harley’s world. As mentioned in the synopsis, this book will touch on child abuse, alcoholism, neglect and more. So, if that is something that will bother you, this book might be a trigger. From the very beginning you will start to love Harley…. and it’s hard not to feel for her, because she can’t seem to catch a break. And then it seems the whole messed up world she knows is about to be tossed one more time. I love that Harley is not straight up good or bad. That she struggles, not only in life but with her morals, it takes a while. But no matter what, those she loves and protects she will walk through fire for no matter the cost. Draven, what’s not to love about this dude. Tall, dark and handsome and to top it off wicked sense of humor… Honestly, there is not much I can say without spoiling it, so I will make it short and just say read it, it’s amazing. ❤ The only thing I didn’t care for, but that is my personal opinion, it was a little insta love like, and if you know me, you know that is not my favorite. Other than that, it was super fun, exciting, with lots of action and plot twists. Speaking of that … OMG … that ending …. Holy smokes, I cannot wait to get my hands on the next book. I rate it 4.5 ★

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  • Good Ya Urban Fantasy

    This book was fantastic, the world-building, the characters, all the action scenes, and romance. Harley and Draven are amazing, their banter was very entertaining. I might suggest some editing, but since I got an arc, those might get fixed after it's released, so I'm overlooking that on this review as I always do with arcs. I liked the storyline, the balance between suspense, romance, and angst, even though I have read some storylines that seem alike, but it has some new elements. Definitely recommend it to anyone that enjoys YA urban fantasy books. I'll be looking forward to reading more.

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  • Great start to the series!

    Trigger Warning- this book contains emotional and physical abuse, alcoholism, suicidal thoughts, and sexual content. Ember of Night is an exciting YA Paranormal about self-discovery and renewal of the mind, body, and soul. It features a sassy female lead, Harley, and a devious Judge who threatens her entire world. Harley yearns for someone to truly see her, behind the ugliness of her world. Draven has been sent to finish Harley before she becomes a problem. As the truth unfolds and their connection grows, startling revelations cause their connection to shatter and Harley's world to come tumbling down. Harley was such a phenomenal character, I love her ability to persevere despite the hardships of life and her ironclad loyalty to her sister. She has truly been dealt a shitty hand in life and to see her embrace her inner monster was equal parts awe-inspiring and straight-up badass! My only peeve with Harley was that she behaved very irrationally about certain decisions. As an MC, I wanted more emotional depth, for a character who was been abused her entire life I expected more mental anguish. While I understand the intent of the author to use her abuse as a way to position Harley as dark and jaded, there were inconsistencies with her personality that were unsettling. In one scene Harley is all "I'm so weak, I can't do anything because of my muscles" and the next she is all high-handed and ready to take on a high-level demon without training? It was frustrating when she clearly doesn't understand her powers or the extent of it yet she is running around without aim ready to charge. Draven was by far my favorite character with his mysterious intrigue and quiet intensity. His backstory added another dimension to this novel and I appreciated how he allowed Harley to be herself, always supporting and encouraging instead of demanding. The chemistry between Harley and Draven from the beginning was explosive and their witty banter was infectious. As the book progressed, the dynamic of the relationship shifted and left me confused- "You should stay away from me but I’m going to kiss you every opportunity I get???" I was disappointed in Draven because as a Judge and warrior I expected more emotional maturity. Despite these minor comments, I am extremely curious about the secondary characters; Ray and her abilities, the mysterious Cassiel, and everyone's favorite demon Kazuki. Thank you to the author, Entangled Publishing LLC and NetGalley for providing me with an arc in exchange for an honest review. This review will be posted on my blog from 15th May 2021 and on my bookstagram.

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  • Wow, what a twist !

    Ok I will start my review by saying I love the cover with its gorgeous colours but honestly I wasn't quite sure what to expect. We meet Harper, seventeen years old and determined to get a flat so she can get custody of her younger sister Ray. Abused by her alcoholic father Harper works hard at a local diner to earn enough money to start a much safer life. Her best friend Kai always has her back and he encourages her to live a little but when she meets the mysterious but absolutely gorgeous Draven they share a connection that Harper cannot explain. Ok so far apart from the evil parent this seems ordinary but nothing is what it seems. Harper is attacked by what she thinks are homeless people which means secrets that have been kept from her start coming to light. This downtrodden, ordinary girl just might be something extraordinary but exactly what is she ? Eek I did get Twilight vibes initially because yes Draven is definitely no ordinary boy and then you add Kai the friend who says he had hoped to become more than friends. Add in that Draven is without a doubt a tortured soul and you can imagine more than a few eye rolls from me. Yet I kept reading even when Harper repeatedly said "I'm not afraid of you " which definitely echoed a certain seventeen years old named Bella ! Why ? I was intrigued and wanted answers. This does go in a very different direction to the aforementioned story and although I'd worked something out there were still shocks and surprises to be had. This is aimed at YA readers which I'm certainly not part of but I found this interesting and ended up wanting the characters to have a happy ending. In some ways I got what I wanted but Harper's story is definitely not over as the author saved her biggest surprise for the very last page ! This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

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