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Her soul remembers his touch, even if she doesn’t.
With only three days until the wraith king turns the earth into an all-you-can-eat buffet, Addison Beckett is forced to enlist brooding sentinel Asher Green’s help to unlock the Mortal Machine. According to the founder, all she has to do is find the sanctuary—the same sanctuary she can’t remember because Asher erased her memories.
Trying to save humanity while navigating Asher’s lies is a royal pain. But the more time she and Asher spend together, the harder her soul tries to remind her what else he’s made her forget—that he loves her, wants her, needs her.
When she’s trapped by the wraith king and forced to pick who will stand by her in the coming battle, Addison is faced with an impossible choice: the sentinel she loves who refuses to love her back, or a powerful stranger who insists they’re meant to be together. Her decision will determine the fate of humanity, and once decided, can’t be undone.
"Midnight Dawn by Jocelyn Adams was an absolute scintillating read that was some pure brilliant writing." ~ Talking Books
Warning contains spoilers!
Asher thought he was doing the right thing wiping her memory and keeping his distance. It's breaking his heart and with things coming to an end soon, harder is all it's going to get. She knows something. Her instincts are calling to him. But when all is said and done she... ...more
Oh what a read! Midnight Dawn by Jocelyn Adams was one emotionally charged, action packed, unmissable read that deserves multiple high fives!
This book could not be put down! For those that have read the first instalment of The Mortal Machine series, Darkside Sun, know the ending of the first book... ...more
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Think The Mortal Instruments minus the incest and with a much more complex storyline. Adams brings a brand new world to the page, one that may have readers second guessing their beliefs. And while Addison may still be viewing ever... ...more
Holy crap on a crack!!! Asher and his stupid nonsense, thinking he could wipe Addison's memories and just be ok. But it's ok, cuz Addison is smarter than him LOL. Asher's got the heartbreak down in this one. Addison is still learning, and she's learning well. She's becoming a masterpiece and Ashe... ...more
This concept was exciting and new to me. The main plot of the story has Addy and Asher in a constant battle of whits. When Addy decides shes had enough of Asher's condescending ways a new revelation is brought forth. The supporting characters bring a wonderful undertone to an already hypnotic adv... ...more
This book is part of a trilogy written along a continuous plot line.
It is strongly suggested by this reviewer that the books of this series be enjoyed as ordered parts of said series. Please purchase all three books before attempting to read this one.
Review in progress. ...more
Okay so I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book after reading the 1st book and this book didn't disappoint. This story picks up where the last one left off and it is amazing because the storyline that Jocelyn created is one you can't help but get lost in. It's new and interesting and just su... ...more
I couldn't breathe at times (or set the book down) from the first page until the last page. This is the perfect example of a five-star read in the new adult genre.
Was the book perfect? No, very few are, but the negatives got buried beneath the non-stop action and constant tension.
The story begins... ...more
After some torturous months of waiting, I got to finally read this second book of Mortal machine Trilogy and I am quite satisfied with the outcome. In the beginning we get to see Addy as a newly minted Architect of the machine. Asher on the other hand came back to his usual hard to reach self and... ...more
After the heart wrenching turn of events at the end of Darkside Sun, Midnight Dawn picks up with Asher hiding his heartbreak and Addison trying to piece together the memories she is missing, whilst finding her feet in her newly discovered position in the Machine.
Book 1 set the wheels in motion,... ...more
*Received ARC from publisher via NetGalley
After that heartbreaking ending to Darkside Sun, I was so excited to read Midnight Dawn and it did not disappoint. I loved it, but at the same time I was so frustrated by Asher. It's obvious that what he did was wrong and that they're meant to be together... ...more
Oh my I have got to say even though this is the second book in this series it still was quite easy to get into and follow plus this is the first time reading anything from this author for me. I say oh my because this contains quite a unusual storyline that as soon as you begin it you are so intri... ...more
Her soul remembers his touch, even if she doesn't.
With only three days until the wraith king turns the earth into an all-you-can-eat buffet, Addison Beckett is forced to enlist brooding sentinel Asher Green's help to unlock the Mortal Machine. According to the founder, all she has to do is find... ...more
A copy was provided by the Netgalley for an honest review.
Addy and Asher have this amazing bond that goes beyond all conscious thought down to their souls. Darkside Sun ended with Asher breaking readers’ hearts and taking memories from Addy. Midnight Dawn follows the two on their quest to save th... ...more
Addison Beckett is trying to save the world. She just wish she knew how to do it. She needs her sentinel Asher's help but when he's around she's distracted by her desire for him. Things couldn't get worse or could they? Baku, a powerful enemy, has appeared to fight Addy and take her power. When a... ...more
Addison is the Architect in charge of a group of sentinels who protect humanity. The wraith king is threatening to take her and change everything in the world by doing so. She is given cryptic messages on how she can stop that from happening, but not having her memories holds her back from true u... ...more
I was given this book in exchange for an honest review.
Wow! Loved this story. The characters were great, storyline was action packed and unique, and the secondary characters add a lot to the story. This is the second book in the series but it can be read as a stand alone. Though if you do read th... ...more
This book is a good read. Addison and Asher story is no matter what happens you never can forget your true love. ...more
Midnight Dawn picks up a bit after Darkside Sun ends. I didn’t love this installment as much as I enjoyed the first one but it definitely wasn’t bad. There were a lot of events going on which kept me reading. This novel incorporates more of the wraiths as well as Addison’s role as the Archite... ...more
I really liked book 1 in this trilogy and those who have read it will know it ended with a sucker punch to the gut for those who had been "shipping" Addison and Asher. Like I had been. How book one ended made me want to cry for them both, and things between them for a good portion of this book ar... ...more
I really enjoyed this book. What a great addition to the series! Lots of action, and a new hero to swoon over, as well as an old one to scream at and want to slap. (while you wait, crying for him to come to his senses.)
This book has everything a book two should have. Building on all the old chara... ...more
This is the second book in the Mortal Machines series and it's another "more than five star" rating for this very satisfied reader. What a ride! The writing skill of this author is amazing. This book played like a movie in my head as Soldiers became Sentinels and bonds were formed. A family was f... ...more
Asher and Addison are back and dealing with everything they have to deal with. It had humor, tension and fun and a whole lot of likeable characters and definitely filled with a lot of action and set in a unique world, you actually like. Some of the supporting characters though and there are a few... ...more
This is an action-packed fantasy novel that combines great writing with excellent characters. Adams presents a world for Addison and company that seems plausible enough to scare you into wondering what would happen if it were true. Even though I didn't read the first one, I didn't feel like I had... ...more