Review: Broken Sunrise, by Dannielle Wicks Reply

4 out of 5 Stars

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This story was really good. I had not read one quiet like it, the story line and characters were really well written. The end left me so wanting more Dylan and Miya characters are so so great together.   While I didn’t read the first two books I will be checking out more.

Reviewed by Brave One

Our Blog was given this book in exchange for an honest review.


Dylan Lanter awakens in a dark alleyway with no memory of how he came to be there, or who he even is…

Dazed and disoriented, he’s taken captive by a group called the Clann. At first he doesn’t understand why, but it soon becomes clear that the Clann is an ancient band of vampire hunters…and he has become their prey.

The daughter of the Clann’s leader, Miya Young, is intrigued by the new addition to the prison…

He isn’t the bloodthirsty creature of the night she has been trained to kill. Dylan is kind, and scared, and nothing like the vampires her family hunts and destroys. They begin an odd friendship, one hidden in the shadow of night. But as they grow closer, so does an undead army of Crows.

Years ago, the leader of the Crows, an evil man named Corvo, murdered Miya’s father in cold blood…

His act became the catalyst for an all-out war between the two groups, and Miya has been fighting for her vengeance ever since. So when it becomes clear the Crows are after Dylan, Miya begins to plot their downfall with the new vampire’s help.

Can Dylan get over his broken past and work with Miya to save the Clann from an army of the undead? Or will he be forced to make a choice that could lead them both into the hands of the Crows?

About The Author:

Writer. Computer Fixer. Car Racer. Avid Imaginator.

I spent most of my childhood in the town of Kingaroy in Australia and liked the place so much that I’ve decided to settle here for the foreseeable future.

Over the years I have spent my time working as a Bakery Assistant, Subway Sandwich Artist, a Bookseller and more recently an IT Specialist. (I liked the last one and still work full-time in the industry.)

When I was a youngin, I used to sneak notebooks into classes at high school to read/write while no one was looking. Please don’t tell my teachers!

During the hours that I’m not ruining fictional lives, I can be found playing around with my cars, picking at the weeds in my garden or enjoying the company of my puppies.


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