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- Print Length: 392 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 18, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01AH8EAVE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,649 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Dawn of Forever (Jack & Jill Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Okay, I give up. I’ve tried all day to write this review but was having a difficult time putting decent paragraphs together so I thought I would try something different. Here it goes:
Fact 1 : The Jack & Jill series is in my top 3 most addicting favorite series!
Jessica and Jude had to die too, so that Jillian and Jackson could live.
Fact 2 : Each book delivered a little something different and exciting, giving a new feel with new surprises.
“I turned the page after the final chapter only to find no epilogue. The author of my life sucker punched me.”
Fact 3 : Each book in this series received a 5 star review from me (End of Day getting 5+ stars!).
In a life filled with monsters, their love was a survivor.
Fact 4 : After reading End of Day I was ready to shout to all readers to read this book but after reading Dawn of Forever I want to scream for them give it a try.
Fact 5 : All three books were packed full of everything I enjoy when reading: phenomenal writing (solid throughout the whole story), awesome sense of humor, suspense, mystery, best main characters along with great side characters, sex (can’t forget the hot sex), and LOVE (lots of love).
“You’re the worst.”
“I can’t cook”
“I’d rather starve than eat what you make.”
“I think this could work.”
Fact 6 : I WILL be reading these books.
“I don’t know if I’ll ever truly find my path again, but if I do, you’ll always be my favorite detour.”
Fact 7 : I read the series on my kindle and have already ordered the paperbacks because they belong on my bookshelf with my other favorites!
Fact 8 : I declare Jessica Day/Jillian Knight as my most favorite heroine. She kicked ass. I also have Luke, Dr. Jonesy, on my top BBF list.
Did you know I wake up early just to watch you sleep? It’s how I start each day with purpose. You remind my eyes to see, my lungs to breathe, my heart to beat.
Fact 9 : I was up till 2:30 am reading Dawn of Forever because I physically and mentally could not stop turning the pages.
Fact 10 : Jackson and his black framed glasses with tape were sexy as hell. He’s also the most incredible twin brother a gal could ask for.
“I’d rather she love me in Hell than hate me on Earth.”
Fact 11 : I finished this over 12 hours ago and I miss it already. I missed it as soon as it ended.
Fact 12 : "Thank you" Jewel E. Ann
While Jillian/Jessica's compassion runs deep, she is trained to fight and to protect, but her emotions have pushed her to her breaking point. Jackson/Jude, on the other hand, does not do emotions and his instincts are precise and immediate. Jillian is the ultimate survivor and Jackson is the ultimate protector. I loved the way Jackson loves Jillian, she is his constant and number one in life, and he would do anything for her even if it meant that she would hate him forever as long as she is alive. His reason for avoiding emotional entanglements is disclosed and sets the motion for why the whole story began in the first place.
If Jillan's past as Jessica has resurfaced, so has her parents' past. Jessica's past, while a direct threat to her immediate safety, is also her path to salvation. If there was ever a bond stronger than love that can transcend death, Jessica has been on the receiving end of it. Yet Jessica, now Jillian, knows she cannot hold on to that in pure selfishness and will do anything to save the other and along the way, she has to make some really hard choices.
There are some really heart wrenching scenes. There's no getting around it either. Everything comes out in the open and no feelings are spared. No one walks out this story without some form of emotional casualty and it hurts, a lot. While there's no doubt that I loved and advocated for Jillian, Jackson, Luke, Ryn and even Lake, there are others that I feel extremely conflicted about and how they shaped the trajectory of the lives of the Day/Knight twins.
Luke Jones is by far and above my favorite character in this whole series. He started out as the impassive doctor, but the real Luke underneath is everything and more. After End of Day and Middle of Knight, when it comes time for Dawn of Forever, who will remain? Jessica or Jillian? Jude or Jackson? Day or Knight? And who else? This series is one of my top favorites!
For once Jackson has gone too far and Jillian's not sure she can ever forgive him, which you'd think would bother Jackson more, but he knows that by doing what he did (regarding AJ) he's saved Jillian again. The relationship between these two is so important and while it's not the heart of the book (that would be Jessica and Luke) it certainly lays the foundation.
Jones has chapters in this book (woohoo) and he's on a mission to find Jessica...be still my beating heart. Lake has a nice presence in this one too.
I'm not going to recount the story, because if you've gotten this far, you know what's happened. The duality that is Dr Jones/Luke and Jessica/and Jillian finally struck me during this read and it was just another layer of brilliance on the author's part. The last 20% was tough, I cried through it, because it's emotionally trying and just puts you through the wringer. I'm gonna miss these characters. They are so good and so unique, and the way they compliment each other, I just want to carry them in my pocket so I can pull them out when ever I want. The relationships through out are what makes this series a must read because each is complex...the story of her mother, Jude and Jessica, Jillian and Jackson, Jessica and Luke, AJ and Cage, AJ and Jillian, Jackson and Ryn, Tom and Felicity...they all have a place and a message it seems. How the story has been woven and revealed is just so intricate. Great ending to an incredible series! I can't recommend it enough!