Books

{Reread} Ember of Night by Molly E. Lee

Summary:

I’ve never been a stranger to the darkness. But when darkness comes knocking and looks that good, who wouldn’t invite him in?

Draven is mysterious, evasive, and hot as sin. The only thing more infuriating than how much he won’t say is how obnoxious he is every time he does open his mouth. But when a group of strangers attacks me and he fights back, causing them to vanish into a cloud of black dust, I know Draven is more than he seems.

He finally shows me there’s a veil separating the world I know from a world of demons living all around us. Turns out, good and evil are just words. Some of the demons don’t fall into either category. And I’m realizing just how easily I fit in among the ancient warlocks, the divine soldiers, and the twisted supernaturals…

There’s so much more to me. To my past. And to what I am truly capable of than I ever thought possible. So when all signs point to me having the ability to unleash Hell on earth? I’ll have to decide if I want to do the world a solid and save it, or give it one hell of a makeover.

My Review:

Ember of Night was such a magical read again. With so books I been reading, I must do a reread at times. Ember of Night was so emotional the second time into it. I still love the world building and the characters.

Harley has such a hard life which may cause some trigger warnings. She deals with physical abuse at the hand of her father to protect sister. Harley has a plan on her 18 birthday to get own place and take sister with her. Things don’t go as place when demons start attacking her. Turns out everyone wants her blood and she has no reason.

It sucks for 17 year Harley who has to deal with some tough issues herself. Plus being an unknown magical force can put on some added pressure. This book will have trigger warnings for some readers. Also book two Shadow of Light recently came out. I hope to dive into that also. It was nice getting a refresher when I reread the book. Plus don’t forgot how pretty the cover the is. It fits the book perfectly

If your into hot angels, demons and fun manga and anime references, then check out Ember of Night.

Happy Reading!!!!

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