Review: Dawn of Forever by Jewel E. Ann


☆☆➹⁀☆5 stars☆➹⁀☆☆

What it’s about:

**The conclusion to the Jack & Jill series. This is not a standalone novel.

’til death do us part.

Aric James Monaghan promised Jillian Knight Portland. With a heavy heart and a light bag, she travels to the West Coast for the man she loved. In a blink her worlds collide, holding her hostage to a past filled with lies, deceit, and revenge.

Four Caskets
Two Bodies
It all started with a boy and a girl—their tragic love story is shared through the eyes of the enemy.

Every word fades dreams and shatters memories as life slips away. Jillian needs a Knight, Jessica needs a miracle, and together they need a savior.

*WARNING : This book contains explicit language, sexual content, and abusive scenarios that could be a trigger for certain individuals.



Luke is still the perfect guy.
Jackson is still the perfect adoring brother.
Jillian is still a heartbreaking mess.Goodnight Irene…what a nightmare! I’m not saying more about this character.

Dawn of Forever was a book that I couldn’t put down, and I couldn’t read. It was so, so very difficult to read at times, and I kept walking away from it because of the intensity. And yet, it killed me to have to stop reading in order to go to work or go to bed. This book hurt so much.  All, and I do mean all, is revealed in Dawn of Forever. There were so many parts that just gutted me. Days later, my stomach is still in knots thinking about this book.

The end…I know everyone wants to hear that ultimately there is a redemptive HEA. Well, it wasn’t the end that I anticipated, but it was the perfect end for Jude and Jessica Day.   I’m not saying anything more than this: the Jack & Jill series by Jewel E. Ann is a must read series.  I highly recommend that you pay attention to all the details. The suspenseful clues are there. The sweep-you-off-your-feet romantic moments are there. The truly sad and disturbing parts are also there in the details.

Reviews of the prior books in the series:

Review: End of Day by Jewel E. Ann     Review: Middle of Knight by Jewel E. Ann


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