Dawn Unearthed by Carrie Ann Ryan

A Ravenwood Coven Romance

Published:August 19th 2021

Publisher: Indie Published

Length: 310 pages

My Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐


The moment Sage Reed makes her way to Ravenwood, she knows the small town lives up to its mystical lore—even if she doesn’t believe that she’s a witch. After losing her husband, she’s ready for change, and her aunt’s bookstore affords the perfect opportunity.

Rome Baker has secrets of his own—even some that he’s kept from the town he calls home. But when a striking and intriguing stranger saves his life the moment she steps into his path, his inner bear knows that she’s the one for him. However, with the town under fire, he worries he might run out of time before he can show her what they can have together.

A new enemy is on the horizon, one who hides in the shadows, whose history is steeped in lies. And if Sage and Rome aren’t careful, Sage’s new powers won’t be the only thing that spirals into flame.

My Review:

This is the first book in an exciting new series.

While Sage is not my favorite character it’s the word building I fell in love with. I want to know more about this mystical town. Each book will feature a new central couple so I won’t have to suffer Sage too much.

I have no patience and I would not stand for someone not giving me the full story particularly if it impacted my life in a huge way so I can understand some of Sage’s frustration.

This author does not shy away from killing main characters. I was surprised at two of the deaths and did not see one in particular coming. I won’t say too much as it would spoil the twist.

I’m looking forward to reading the next in the series

I received an arc of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own. 


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