Dawnby Byron L. Edwards
After falling dramatically and genuinely in love with each other, Dawn Armstrong and Wade Habersham are suddenly and cruelly separated. Although apart for almost 20 years, their love remains real. Enduring the pain and ridicule of an unjust separation, Dawn and Wade marry and get on with their lives. They live at Dawn's ancestral home, The Oaks. The Oaks and the… See more details below
After falling dramatically and genuinely in love with each other, Dawn Armstrong and Wade Habersham are suddenly and cruelly separated. Although apart for almost 20 years, their love remains real. Enduring the pain and ridicule of an unjust separation, Dawn and Wade marry and get on with their lives. They live at Dawn's ancestral home, The Oaks. The Oaks and the Armstrong family have hidden a secret since President Jefferson Davis was captured near their home in 1865. They know what happened to the lost gold of the Confederacy. This romantic tale of love takes place primarily in the year 2020 in the south Georgia town of Salem. Throughout the story, the human traits of hope, perseverance, love and spiritual growth weave themselves into a strong bond.
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I have just completed reading this book and I cannot understand how it has not received more attention. I agree with the other reviewers that this story should be made into a movie. As you read Dawn, it is almost like you are there experiencing everything with the characters. It is so easy to see this story as a movie. It is hard to know why that has not already happened. This story quickly captures the reader's attention and never lets it go. If you have a sense of history, if you like romance, if you like mystery, if you like modern relationships, if you appreciate some 'quirkyness,' you will like Dawn. I do recommend Dawn. It is a somewhat 'off-center' novel but I understand that all of Byron Edwards' novels are that way. I have now ordered his current book, Lips.
This book surprised me. First, it surprised me that I was really into it before I realized it. This is a story that I think any female would enjoy. The romance in this story is subtle but strong. I absolutely adored the wedding. It made me cry. This book also surprised me because I have not heard anything about it. It has not been on Oprah or the talk shows. I have heard nothing about it being made into a movie. It definitely should be! It seems to be making the rounds by word-of-mouth only. This is not a bad thing but it surprises me that this book could be kept so low key for so long. Anyway, if you like romance and a somewhat unusual story (it takes place in the future), you will like this book. I love it! I have recommended it to several of my friends.
I am interested in the old south, and the Lost Gold of the confederacy really got my attention. There were stories of the lost Gold, and this is a great theory as to the disappearance of the Gold. Also, the romantic and furturistic aspetic add so much to the book . I have recommemded the book DAWN to many of my friends. I enjoyed every minute of DAWN by Byron Edwards.
The concept for this book is totally different. It is almost a historical novel that takes place in the future. But what amazes me is that, as I read this book, I could see it in my mind. My friends and I do not understand why this novel has not received more national attention. It is a wonderful story and it is so easy to see it develop as you read it. This book has got to be made into a mini-series for televison or a regular movie in theatres. I found the determination of love to be inspiring. This one is a 'keeper.' I will enjoy reading it again in about a year.
I have read Dawn and I am very excited about this author. Dawn keeps your interest, and has all the things I look for. It has romance, mystery, secrets and is set in the future, but also has a look at the past.I recommend this book highly. It would make a great mini series for TV or even a movie.
This book is actually a really clever mix of fantasy/humor/romance/action that deserves not only a first read, but a second and maybe even a third. It's shelved in fantasy because that's where stories containing elves and different worlds belong, but it's more than just another fantasy novel. My favorite aspect is the characters, which are well-developed (and really funny... unless they're evil). And there is something to appeal to anyone: a quest, sword fights, elven politics, a really hot guy (No, I'm not going to tell you if he is the aforementioned evil bad guy.), kidnappings, courtly intrigue, etc. And/But it's unpredictable; for the most part things never quite turned out how I thought it might. Overall, it's just a very entertaining book.