Chasing Daybreak

Chasing Daybreak

by Ranae Glass


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781634220330
Publisher: Crimson Tree Publishing
Publication date: 03/24/2015
Series: Dark of Night Series , #1
Pages: 244
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

A southern girl at heart, Ranae loves feeding people, gardening, and sweet tea. She hails from Oklahoma and lives with her family out west. She is the author of the Dark of Night novels from Crimson Tree Publishing.

Chasing Daybreak (2015)
Chasing Midnight (2015)
Chasing Dawn (2016)...
Chasing Nightfall (2017)

Ranae Glass is the pen name for a popular YA author. She uses this name for her NA and adult novels.

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Chasing Daybreak 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Maribel_Platypire-Reviews More than 1 year ago
***I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.*** This book was awesome. Like a few have said, it does remind me of The Southern Vampire Series, but that didn't stop me from enjoying the book. The book starts off with a blaze . . . literally. I was a bit confused because I'm used to a calm, if not slightly boring, start with most books. But I quickly caught on and proceeded to devour this book, like I devour most books: in one sitting.  I gotta say, I didn't really like Shane or Xavier. Shane seemed to be a pitiful character. I just couldn't bring myself to like him. And as for Xavier, he just gave me a creepy old man vibe. You know the kind. And he just seems really shady to me. I guess I'll see in book 2.  Anyway, I did like the heroine because she was strong, responsible, and could take a stand on her own She's not a helpless damsel in distress and to be honest, that's what I look for in a book nowadays. I get the appeal of having the male lead saving the female, but the industry is so saturated with those kinds of books I'm at my wit's end. Not all women need men to fight their battles. And, uh, I'm just going to go back to what I was saying before I started this mini-rant.  Isabel's mom was . . . something. And as for Heather, I can understand Isabel's frustrations towards her. I don't know how I feel about Mercy. I tried giving her the benefit of the doubt, but I don't have a concrete opinion.  This was a great read, and I was almost right in my predictions of whodunit. The ending was certainly a twist and not something I was expecting, for which I applaud the author. But the ending did feel a little rushed to me (it's either that or I read too quickly).  Overall, Chasing Daybreak gets 4/5 Platypires.