#onelinewednesday: White Dawn

The conclusion is here.

I read it in two days this past weekend.

And I’m still thinking about it.

White Dawn by Sara Baysinger was an ending to a series to love in some of the best ways (I mean that ending was perfect! Seriously. Wouldn’t have it any other way. Excuse me while I go swoon now.).

Confession: Though I loved White Dawn, I actually wasn’t all that fond of Aurora for at least half of the book (*hides*). I liked her character, but can’t deny that I was just waiting for a certain someone to come back on the scene because I loved that character more. Aurora had a different voice (though certainly not bad) that took some time to get use to, but once I did… WOW!

Once I finished reading, I saw the things I loved about her character and how strong she was despite the life of hardship she had lived. I loved her passion to make a difference to the best of her abilities and probably above all, I loved her courage in the face of adversity. The things Rain did and said…*shivers.*

For much of Aurora’s journey I was amazed at how one person (Ember) had greatly affect not only her life, but the lives around us when Ember stepped out to make a change. I so was very touched by that message and inspired to use my life to touch others.

Especially when you see an outcome in White Dawn where things change for the better.

By | 2017-07-12T09:53:08+00:00 July 12th, 2017|#onelinewednesday|2 Comments

About the Author:

Laura A. Grace has a thrilling obsession with supporting her favorite authors. From hosting blog tours to throwing virtual parties, she's always seeking new ways to spread the book love. More than once her handsome ninja husband has heard the squeals of a late night fangirl as she reads a new plot twist or hears from her author friends. She and her family live in North Carolina, where they wield plastic lightsabers and keep an eye out for wandering unicorns.

2 Comments

  1. Sara July 13, 2017 at 7:30 am - Reply

    Aww! Thank you so much for your kind review! Glad you approve of that ending. 😉

    • Laura A. Grace July 13, 2017 at 4:31 pm - Reply

      It was a total pleasure, Sara! 😀 I can’t wait to see where you take us readers next. 😉

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