Broken Dawn

Broken Dawn

Delve into an exciting new stand-alone novel in New York Times bestselling author Dianne Duvall's "fast-paced and humorous" (Publishers Weekly), "utterly addictive" (RT Book Reviews) Immortal Guardians series.

Nick Belanger can't stop thinking about the single mother who lives next door. She's smart. She's funny. She's so beautiful he can't stare at her too long for fear his eyes will start to glow. But Kayla thinks he's just an ordinary guy who works in security. Finding out he instead is a powerful immortal warrior who hunts and slays psychotic vampires for a living may not go over well, particularly since she has a daughter she doesn't want to endanger.

Kayla Dorman can keep neither her gaze nor her thoughts from straying to the man next door. Who can blame her really? He is the epitome of tall, dark, and handsome with smart, charming, and honorable thrown in. He's also a few years younger than her and surely would not be interested in a single mom who hasn't dated since her divorce. At least that's what she thinks until an accident nearly takes her life and Nick risks all to save her.

The dynamics of their relationship swiftly change. The friendship they've developed over the years deepens into love as the two spend every minute they can together, laughing and teasing, never suspecting a threat may lurk in the shadows. But that threat soon strikes, making it clear that Nick is the target and his enemy doesn't care if Kayla gets caught in the cross fire. Though Kayla bravely rises to the occasion and is determined to do whatever it takes to help Nick defeat his enemy, Nick is terrified of losing her. Can he identify and eliminate his new nemesis before the man takes everything from him?

Title:Broken Dawn
Edition Language:English
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    Broken Dawn Reviews

  • Edwina

    I Am So Sorry to have to give Broken Dawn 3 stars. But this story is boring, moves slow and resembles other IG stories. It's repetitive at times. I didn't care for the whole dementia crazy villain sto...

  • ??Kimberly

    The story picks up after the events of Death of Darkness and while some threads connect, the story and romance will work as standalone. Although I can assure you from personal experience, you’ll be ...

  • A Voracious Reader (a.k.a. Carol)

    Book source ~ Purchased (also was a review request, but I forgot I had already pre-ordered it)Nick Belanger has the hots for his next door neighbor, Kayla Dorman. He’d ask her out and hope she says ...

  • Gabriella

    There's only one way to describe this book...it's the calm after the storm has passed. It's not a bad book as the writing is as good as always...the story line just feels a little repetitive. Older wo...

  • Kendra Foster

    Yes!! So good!!Dianne never disappoints! I loved this book! What a great way to give us something new but not stray from the formula we all have come to know and love! It was fun to read about Houston...

  • Beth Wheeler

    Wow another great bookWow another great book it pulls you in you laugh you cry because it makes you feel as if you know these people like they could live next door. A must read for anyone who loves pa...

  • Terri ? (aka Mrs. Christian Grey)

    Well, that was disappointing. Two books by this author in a row filled with insta love. SPOILERS AHEAD Sorry to say this book just didn’t work for me on so many levels. The biggest of which is insta...

  • Megan (BookWifeReviews)

    It's no secret that I am a fan of the Immortal Guardians series. I love everything about it. I love the brooding immortal characters and the sassy women. I love the world with the vampires as the enem...

  • Gskm

    Good addition to the seriesThis is a nice addition to the Immortal Guardian series. A book by this author is never a disappointment except they always end and I never want them to end! This has the bl...

  • Tracy T.

    What a bummer of a book. 1.5 star (audible review) Well this book was truly a struggle to get through. So disappointing. I am a huge fan of this series and this was the worst. There was nothing great ...