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The dawn brings new terror for the creatures of the night . . .

Those of her race fear Mira for the lethal fire she bends to her will—a power unique among nightwalkers, both a gift . . . and a curse.

The naturi despise Mira for what she is—as they prepare the final sacrifice that will destroy the barriers between the worlds. And once the naturi are unchained, blood, chaos, and horror will reign supreme on ...

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Overview

The dawn brings new terror for the creatures of the night . . .

Those of her race fear Mira for the lethal fire she bends to her will—a power unique among nightwalkers, both a gift . . . and a curse.

The naturi despise Mira for what she is—as they prepare the final sacrifice that will destroy the barriers between the worlds. And once the naturi are unchained, blood, chaos, and horror will reign supreme on Earth.

Mira can trust only Danaus, the more-than-mortal vampire slayer, though he is sworn to destroy her kind. And now, as the day approaches when titanic forces will duel under cover of darkness, destiny draws them toward an apocalyptic confrontation at Machu Picchu. But all is not lost, for a wild card has been dealt to them: a rogue enemy princess who can change the balance of power and turn the dread tide.

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Published just five months after Dayhunter, this Dark Days novel sustains the intensity of its series predecessor. As an apocalyptic confrontation nears, Dawnbreaker finds nightwalker Mira in ever increasing danger, yet as stubborn and fearless as ever. A paranormal mass market original.
Jeaniene Frost
“NIGHTWALKER is an action-packed, stellar debut. Jocelynn Drake will have you coming back for more.”
Vicki Pettersson
“An unflinchingly self-assured first novel, chiseled with subtlety and irony into a darkly suspenseful and blessedly surprising story. In exacting detail, and with prose as silky and enticing as her protagonist, Drake has composed a love letter to the vampire genre. I wish I’d written it.”
Kim Harrison
“An intoxicating mix of jet-setting action and sparkling turns of phrase that let me taste the Nile and feel the British fog. NIGHTWALKER is a must-read addition to the urban fantasy genre, filled both with action and satisfying characters.”
Romantic TimesBOOKclub
"With its ever–thickening plot, fans of supernatural drama are sure to get their money’s worth."
Romantic Times BOOKclub
“With its ever–thickening plot, fans of supernatural drama are sure to get their money’s worth.”
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780061965869
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 9/29/2009
  • Series: Dark Days Series , #3
  • Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 384
  • Sales rank: 46,536
  • File size: 539 KB

Meet the Author

Jocelynn Drake is the New York Times bestselling author of the Dark Days series and lives in Florida. When not at her desk, she is most likely to be found playing video games, watching movies, or hanging with her family.

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Dawnbreaker
The Third Dark Days Novel

Chapter One

The tires squealed.

We took the corner going close to fifty miles per hour, skidding into the turn. I braced myself against the driver's seat and clenched my teeth, swallowing yet another curse as Knox narrowly missed a parked car as he whipped us down another residential street. A second set of squealing tires followed close behind as the Ford Mustang barreled toward us with increasing velocity.

"Get us out of the city, damn it!" I shouted at Knox. At this speed, we were going to hit someone, and with the naturi gaining ground, we couldn't afford to slow down. We had to get out of the city before we killed someone or the Savannah cops finally noticed a pair of cars rushing around the city at breakneck speeds.

"It's not that easy!" Knox shouted back. Both of his hands gripped the wheel tight enough to make his knuckles white. "We're coming from downtown and you said lose them, not get out of the city."

"Well, I'm saying it now. Get the hell out of the city. You're going to kill someone," I snapped.

"Namely us," Amanda added from the backseat. The blond nightwalker sat next to Tristan, who seemed to be taking it all in stride. Of course, Tristan had been in far worse situations with me and survived. "I'm not going to kill us," Knox snarled as he took another turn going far faster than would be deemed sane. "This is a BMW M3. It's a race car for the rich and bored. The car can handle it."

"No, Knox, tell me what you really think," I growled. The BMW was my car. I had decided to let him drive when I noticed the naturi following us along River Walk...I knew I might need my hands free if we didn't succeed in losing them. I pulled my gun out of the glove compartment and checked the magazine.

"You know what I mean." The nightwalker glanced at me briefly, one corner of his mouth cocked in a weak smile.

"Rich and bored," I repeated drily.

"Are we really having this discussion now?" Amanda demanded as Knox skidded into another turn and clipped the bumper of a parked car.

"Knox!"

"Mira!" he shouted back. "Let me drive or you do it!"

But it was too late for that. The naturi were gaining with every turn. They didn't care who they hit along the way, which was why we had to get them out of the city.

I relaxed a little when we turned onto Montgomery Street. The on ramp to Highway 16 was close by. We would finally get out of the city and into more open ground.

"Mira," Tristan said in a calm voice, grabbing my attention as I looked at him in the rearview mirror. "Is leaving the city the wisest choice?"

Some of the tension might have drained from my shoulders, but a knot of worry still tightened in my stomach. I knew what he was asking. We were leaving the relative safety of the city and potentially taking the fight into naturi territory by heading into the open countryside. Controlling nature was their strength.

Tristan had already fought the naturi with me in the woods, and the fight didn't go well. He had nearly been shredded by a naturi from the animal clan, and I was impaled by members of the wind and earth clans. And this time we didn't have Danaus or Sadira around to help save our respective butts.

"We have no other choice," I admitted, frowning at him because I could understand his fear. "I'm not willing to fight this war in front of the humans like the naturi want."

"Can't you set them on fire or something?" Amanda demanded, fidgeting in the backseat. The nightwalker was anxious to get to the fighting because running wasn't her style. She was all claws and fangs in any situation, leaving behind shredded flesh and a spray of blood. It was what made her a good enforcer among the fledglings, but not the most reliable nightwalker, as she didn't always think things through.

"I have to be able to see or sense what I'm setting on fire, and I can't sense the naturi," I said, turning my frown into a frustrated glare.

"How about the car?"

"Only the parts I can see."

"Then the tires. Set the tires on fire. That'll slow them down."

"That might work," I agreed, rolling down my window with a nearly silent electric hum. "Who taught the naturi how to drive like this anyway? Or hotwire a car?" I muttered under my breath, but in a car full of nightwalkers, everyone heard me.

"The Internet is full of amazing information," Knox said sarcastically.

"The Internet?" I added it to my list of gripes. "These are Old World creatures. They don't drive, hotwire cars, or surf the Web."

To my surprise, Tristan chuckled, stopping me as I grabbed the exterior frame of the door. "There are moments when you sound really old, Mira. Is it any stranger than a nightwalker your age doing all those things and more?"

"Shut up, Tristan." I was barely over six centuries. I wasn't that old.

Turning my attention back to Knox, I said, "Slow down just a little bit and hold the car steady." Gripping the exterior- of the car door, I slid out of the window and sat on the frame. It was a somewhat awkward balance, but it made it easier for me to see the tires of the red Ford Mustang- following- us. Focusing my thoughts, both the front and back passenger side tires exploded into flames. The car swerved twice before finally flipping over onto its top on the side of the road.

I slid back into the car and grabbed my gun from where I had set it on the floor. "Pull over. We have to finish this."

My feet were on the gravelly side of the road before Knox managed to put the parking brake on. I flipped the safety off the Browning that was now my constant companion and paused, looking down at the gun, which was identical to the one Danaus had given me in Venice. Nightwalkers were not in the habit of carrying guns...most of our enemies couldn't be killed by a bullet, and being shot just tended to piss them off. But the naturi could be killed by a well-placed bullet, so now I carried a gun no matter where I went, along with a blade. The rest of my companions hadn't necessarily gotten into the habit.

Dawnbreaker
The Third Dark Days Novel
. Copyright © by Jocelynn Drake. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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First Chapter

Dawnbreaker
The Third Dark Days Novel

Chapter One

The tires squealed.

We took the corner going close to fifty miles per hour, skidding into the turn. I braced myself against the driver’s seat and clenched my teeth, swallowing yet another curse as Knox narrowly missed a parked car as he whipped us down another residential street. A second set of squealing tires followed close behind as the Ford Mustang barreled toward us with increasing velocity.

"Get us out of the city, damn it!" I shouted at Knox. At this speed, we were going to hit someone, and with the naturi gaining ground, we couldn't afford to slow down. We had to get out of the city before we killed someone or the Savannah cops finally noticed a pair of cars rushing around the city at breakneck speeds.

"It's not that easy!" Knox shouted back. Both of his hands gripped the wheel tight enough to make his knuckles white. "We're coming from downtown and you said lose them, not get out of the city."

"Well, I'm saying it now. Get the hell out of the city. You're going to kill someone," I snapped.

"Namely us," Amanda added from the backseat. The blond nightwalker sat next to Tristan, who seemed to be taking it all in stride. Of course, Tristan had been in far worse situations with me and survived. "I'm not going to kill us," Knox snarled as he took another turn going far faster than would be deemed sane. "This is a BMW M3. It's a race car for the rich and bored. The car can handle it."

"No, Knox, tell me what you really think," I growled. The BMW was my car. I had decided to let him drive when I noticed the naturi following us along RiverWalk—I knew I might need my hands free if we didn't succeed in losing them. I pulled my gun out of the glove compartment and checked the magazine.

"You know what I mean." The nightwalker glanced at me briefly, one corner of his mouth cocked in a weak smile.

"Rich and bored," I repeated drily.

"Are we really having this discussion now?" Amanda demanded as Knox skidded into another turn and clipped the bumper of a parked car.

"Knox!"

"Mira!" he shouted back. "Let me drive or you do it!"

But it was too late for that. The naturi were gaining with every turn. They didn't care who they hit along the way, which was why we had to get them out of the city.

I relaxed a little when we turned onto Montgomery Street. The on ramp to Highway 16 was close by. We would finally get out of the city and into more open ground.

"Mira," Tristan said in a calm voice, grabbing my attention as I looked at him in the rearview mirror. "Is leaving the city the wisest choice?"

Some of the tension might have drained from my shoulders, but a knot of worry still tightened in my stomach. I knew what he was asking. We were leaving the relative safety of the city and potentially taking the fight into naturi territory by heading into the open countryside. Controlling nature was their strength.

Tristan had already fought the naturi with me in the woods, and the fight didn't go well. He had nearly been shredded by a naturi from the animal clan, and I was impaled by members of the wind and earth clans. And this time we didn't have Danaus or Sadira around to help save our respective butts.

"We have no other choice," I admitted, frowning at him because I could understand his fear. "I'm not willing to fight this war in front of the humans like the naturi want."

"Can't you set them on fire or something?" Amanda demanded, fidgeting in the backseat. The nightwalker was anxious to get to the fighting because running wasn't her style. She was all claws and fangs in any situation, leaving behind shredded flesh and a spray of blood. It was what made her a good enforcer among the fledglings, but not the most reliable nightwalker, as she didn't always think things through.

"I have to be able to see or sense what I'm setting on fire, and I can't sense the naturi," I said, turning my frown into a frustrated glare.

"How about the car?"

"Only the parts I can see."

"Then the tires. Set the tires on fire. That'll slow them down."

"That might work," I agreed, rolling down my window with a nearly silent electric hum. "Who taught the naturi how to drive like this anyway? Or hotwire a car?" I muttered under my breath, but in a car full of nightwalkers, everyone heard me.

"The Internet is full of amazing information," Knox said sarcastically.

"The Internet?" I added it to my list of gripes. "These are Old World creatures. They don't drive, hotwire cars, or surf the Web."

To my surprise, Tristan chuckled, stopping me as I grabbed the exterior frame of the door. "There are moments when you sound really old, Mira. Is it any stranger than a nightwalker your age doing all those things and more?"

"Shut up, Tristan." I was barely over six centuries. I wasn't that old.

Turning my attention back to Knox, I said, "Slow down just a little bit and hold the car steady." Gripping the exterior- of the car door, I slid out of the window and sat on the frame. It was a somewhat awkward balance, but it made it easier for me to see the tires of the red Ford Mustang- following- us. Focusing my thoughts, both the front and back passenger side tires exploded into flames. The car swerved twice before finally flipping over onto its top on the side of the road.

I slid back into the car and grabbed my gun from where I had set it on the floor. "Pull over. We have to finish this."

My feet were on the gravelly side of the road before Knox managed to put the parking brake on. I flipped the safety off the Browning that was now my constant companion and paused, looking down at the gun, which was identical to the one Danaus had given me in Venice. Nightwalkers were not in the habit of carrying guns—most of our enemies couldn't be killed by a bullet, and being shot just tended to piss them off. But the naturi could be killed by a well-placed bullet, so now I carried a gun no matter where I went, along with a blade. The rest of my companions hadn't necessarily gotten into the habit.

Dawnbreaker
The Third Dark Days Novel
. Copyright © by Jocelynn Drake. Reprinted by permission of HarperCollins Publishers, Inc. All rights reserved. Available now wherever books are sold.
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  • Posted October 5, 2009

    I Also Recommend:

    Excellent

    I very much enjoy this series and especially this 3rd book. It is past paced with lots of action and an unexpected turn of events.

    Mira has made the top of my all time favorite heroines.

    I already can't wait for the next one.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 21, 2013

    A bit more meloncholy than the first two books, but the story is

    A bit more meloncholy than the first two books, but the story is always evolving (and interesting). I will be buying more of this series.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 25, 2010

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    better but still the same

    Ok so i've read 3 of the books in this series and so far this one is better than the first two. BUT the plot is still the same and it's getting pretty boring. Add to the fact that Mira and Danaus have been threatening to kill each other for 3 books now and that too is getting old and predictable. It's like the author is rewriting the same book just differently to make it seem like there new books. Though i think Dawnbreaker was better than the first two it's still predictable and the same heartless characters, none of the characters are likeable and a story is lacking ALOT when you don't even like who your reading about!!! are the publishers blind to this??????

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2013

    Adequete

    By the third book i found it tiresome and difficult to finish. The writer seems to think the reader xuffers from severe alsheimers and must be reminded of every plot point to the point of nausea.

    Yes, it is a good story but i stopped caring many pages ago.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted December 17, 2012

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    The seal to the door is finally broken. Jabari orders Mira to return to the coven. Mira tells him no, that she's returning to Savannah, where she is needed, and that she will fight the naturi when the time comes. Mira also invites Danaus to come with her, claiming that it will be easier to kill him if she does not have to hunt him down. *smirk* Yeah, like any of us believe that's the reason Mira want Danaus with her.

    Dawnbreaker starts roughly two months after Dayhunter. Mira and Danaus had parted ways long before Mira reached Savannah. He flew with her from Crete, but got off the plane in Paris. Mira is now in Savannah and everything is not going as well as she had hoped. Ties with the local pack are becoming more strained due to the constant naturi attacks. The naturi are using the werewolves to attack the nightwalkers. The nightwalkers are forced to defend themselves usually resulting with dead werewolves. This leaves us with a less than happy Barrett. When Danaus arrives in Savannah the naturi attacks become worse.

    Danaus decides to stay in Savannah. Mira is forced to make him swear he will not hunt another nightwalker while in her domain. Mira no longer trusts Danaus with vampire allies because he killed Penelope with little warning and no hesitation. Mira tells Danaus that she can not worry about protecting her people from him and the naturi. Eventually Mira and Danaus come to an understanding. If one of Mira's nightwalkers attacks Danaus, he can defend himself. If Danaus hunts any of the nightwalkers Mira will gut him and send his charred entrails back to Ryan in a doggie bag.

    Along their journey the trust slowly begins to build again. Danaus is essentially Mira's only ally in that battle against the naturi. On the way to stop Rowe from opening the door, Danaus has to trust Mira like he never has before. The enemy are attacking and the only way for Danaus to stay alive is to be completely vulnerable and trust Mira to keep him safe, from the small army of naturi and a room full of nightwalkers.

    Dawnbreaker is action packed, and beautifully written. The characters are evolving, I finally find myself becoming emotionally invested in them. Mira is quickly becoming my favorite character. It's amazing that she's not completely insane. If something bad can happen to Mira, it usually does. Mira's constantly confronting ghosts from her past, starting when she was human right up to the present. There seems to be a growing list of people who want to control Mira or just want her dead.

    If you're expecting Mira and Danaus to grow a collective brain and realize they actually like each other and do not want to kill each other, you're going to be disappointed. Mira and Danaus do not hook up in this book. I have high hopes for future books though, mostly because I'm a romantic and refuse to believe they will be oblivious of their feelings forever.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 9, 2009

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    Just OK!!

    This one was a litte slow for me. I'm just waiting to see what is going on with Myra and Danaus, they make a great team! We'll see the next book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted September 17, 2009

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    Totally terrific

    The naturi are preparing the end game assault with a special sacrifice that will destroy the barrier between them and the human-nightwalkers. Once Rowe completes the portal, his spouse the queen Aurora will lead her race as they cross over to devastate both species.

    The only hope for humanity and the nightwalkers resides with Mira, who has special skills especially with the use of fire. However, she is realistic as she knows the odds are heavily against her unless an alliance is forged as has occurred between her and the vampire slayer Danaus. However they have new hope when they capture naturi Princess Cynnia who insists she opposes her sister's plan for the apocalypse.

    The third Dark Days urban fantasy (see DAYHUNTER and NIGHTWALKER) is a terrific action-packed entry that is driven by partners forced into what both believe is an unnatural partnership. The characters make the story line feel genuine as Mira the fire starter vampire and Danaus the vampire hunter need to team up or lose to the naturi. With treason from within their ranks and seemingly within the nature, Jocelyn Drake complicates her overarching theme tenfold in what is turning into a magnificent saga.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted June 18, 2009

    Up all Night

    This book is a fast-paced, action-filled cliffhanger. This is the first book I have read by this author. Tomorrow I am going to get the first two in the series. I can't wait to see how the story built to this point. Nightwalkers, werewolves, and naturi keep you reading long after you planned.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2014

    TERRIBLE

    Worst book out of the entire series of 6. Don't know how I finished it.

    The entire book is a recap of what has already happened. Sometime Drake even recaps the last freaking chapter you read so it gets incredibly redundant.

    Denaus still has no personality. He nods, grunts, and tries not to smile. And sometimes touches Mira's face. That's about it....

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 30, 2013

    Mira & Danaus

    Unstoppable.

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 14, 2013

    Na

    Love

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 24, 2013

    Great Read!

    Another great book to read in the Dark Days Series!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2013

    Coal

    I see a light. It is hummid and there are birds singing. My mother is smiling down at me. She licked me clean. I nurse her gently. She then gets up and walks out. I hear loud screechs and sreams minutes later. I stumble out of the den to look for her. I then see the most horrid thing in my life. My mother dead body laying there with many cuts on her side. I slumped my head on her. I then cried. My mother was a good cat. Then something felt like it crawled into my soul. Like I just got a double life. I was being possed by an evil soul. My eyes turned pitch black and i growled. I fought the spirit and then my eyes turned back to yellow. But it still possed me. I wondered off. I looked for some way to survive.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 5, 2012

    Page turner

    This whole series is GOOD

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  • Posted July 10, 2011

    Not a fan

    After reading the first book and coming away with mixed feelings I picked up this sequel. I just do not like the main character, at all. She is boring, cold, and unfeeling. Her constant threats to kill the secondary characters got old real fast. Also, as a supposed protector of a city one would think there would be some empathy in her. The bad guys were mire interesting than she was. Not going to waste anymore time or money on this author.

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  • Posted November 27, 2009

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    Dawnbreaker

    I love this book. It is the third in the series and I found it to be just as good as the first two books. Mira is such a great character that you just cant help ruting for her.

    The Naturi are preparing for the final sacrifice that will destroy the barriers between the worlds and release their queen. Mira is still working with Danus the vampire hunter to try and stop this from happening, but they are dealt a wild card: a rogue enemy princess who can change the balance of power and turn the dread tide. Can Mira and Danus stop the Naturi from opening the door between world and can they servive with so many wanting them dead.

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  • Posted November 21, 2009

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    Dawnbreaker

    Dawnbreaker, the third installment of the Dark Days series, is a great read. It has a good plot, and the characters are all back for more action. Mira is a strong character, and you get to read about her adventures at Machu Pichu, and her interactions with vampire-hunter Danaus. Dawnbreaker is fast-paced and full of suspense, with an interesting twist thrown in when a naturi princess falls into the characters hands. Overall, a good read. Next up: Pray for Dawn, and Wait for Dusk.

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