Autumn Dawn 2.5 - Review
Three months after turning Dark and being granted a second trial, Summer has succeeded in winning back not only her soul, but saving that of the Master of Dark as well. She leaves the hospital with some doubts as to whether or not she and Decker can be together, given all they've been through and how Dark his deeds were. Summer must choose whether or not she can risk her heart by taking a second chance to love the tormented Decker, whose only peace in the world is found in her arms.
Meanwhile, the fate of the Master of Light becomes more challenging. If finding a way to undo all the Dark that was done by his brother wasn't enough, he’s compelled to a girl who shouldn't draw his interest, but who he can’t get out of his mind.
I don't think there are words to express how excited I have been for another installment of this series, I am so beyond hooked it is like I physically need to know what is next and lucky I was able to read an advanced copy of this book (thank you Lizzy for feeding my addiction).
This story like all the others in the series takes off right where the previous one ended, I like the fact there are no huge time gaps as in some series this can get confusing with working out a timeline between events.
If you have read my reviews for the other books in this series you will know how much I adore the characters and the story line, it is unique and unlike any other story I have read and I am a complete Witchling addict, you have no idea how excited I was to find out that the trilogy is now being turned into a saga I could quite happily read more and more of these without getting the slightest bit bored.
This books starts off with explaining how Autumn is Summer, and how she is still both girls. You understand why her looks and identity had to be hidden and just how rare it is for someone to not only to get a second chance but to pass in fact Summer is the first to have come back from the Dark.
I was smitten seeing Decker and Summer reunite, yes he did some questionable things while he went dark but you know that no matter what his heart still belonged to her and that made you realize just how strong their relationship is.
I am not normally one to read Novella's but when it comes to one written by Lizzy you don't feel so much that it is a short story but more on continual Novella that grants you access to areas you may have been confused about and gives you an extra helping of all your favourite characters.
I literally cannot wait for the next book Winter Kiss, I may have to start bribing Lizzy to write faster. Anyone know what her favorite Candy is?