Burning Dawn by Gena Showalter (Book Review)

A tormented past has left Thane with an insatiable need for violence, making him the most dangerous assassin in the skies. He lives by a single code: no mercy. And as he unleashes his fury on his most recent captor, he learns no battle could have prepared him for the slave he rescues from his enemy’s clutches–a beauty who stokes the fires of his darkest desires.

Elin Vale has her own deep-rooted scars, and her attraction to the exquisite warrior who freed her challenges her every boundary. But Thane’s unwavering determination to protect her means she must have her greatest fears–and enter a world in which passion is power, and victory means breathtaking surrender.



I loved the camaraderie/bromance between Thane, Xerxes, and Bjorn. Those three had me rolling more than Bianka, Kaia, and Anya. 
Speaking of those vivaciously lovely women, they have a couple fabulous scenes in this story. Lucien, too. 
And if you love Gena’s wicked sense of humor, you won’t be disappointed with this tale. It is jammed pack full of hilarity!  
Heart rating system
1 (lowest) and 5 (highest) 
Score: ❤❤❤❤❤

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