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Dawn till Dusk

(Genesis Crystal Saga #1)

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He's out for vengeance. She's bent on stopping him.


Pain and hatred consume Tarik, the hot-headed Fae whose addiction to fighting shifters could be the death of him. Stuck in a city ruled by dragons, seeking vengeance is his only mission.


As a shifter, and the city’s Night Enforcer, Reagan’s job is to stop him. She quickly learns that trouble follows him at every turn, and k
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ebook, 350 pages
Published May 26th 2020 by Feather Ink Publishing (first published April 22nd 2020)
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Briana
Apr 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
Oh my goodness. Where do I even begin with this amazing book.
I devoured this book within 3 days and I was engrossed and invested in Reagan and Tarik's story the entire time. I just could not stop reading. Reagan and Tarik are such amazing beautiful broken babies that I just want to hug and hide away from all the pain. Their story really took me on a rollercoaster of emotions and despite my heart being torn out and put back in, the ride was am
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Tosha
Apr 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
“I am fierce. Fierce.”

What an absolutely perfect way to describe the main heroine in this book. Reagan is fierce, brave, kind and absolutely determined. She is the kind of character that you can get behind, that you feel protective of. When she is triumphant you are elated and when she cries you want to hurt those who have hurt her, but you don’t need to because she can handle herself.

“Destruction followed me wherever I went.”

And our hero the beautiful, damaged, brilliant Tarik. He is everything
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Kathy - Books & Munches
Apr 30, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-s
TRIGGER WARNINGS AT THE BOTTOM.

Knowing this book is written by two authors, I was curious to see what it would feel like. Being familiar with Tyffany's writing, the question was whether or not I'd enjoy it seeing merged with someone else's. Conclusion? Didn't mind it one bit! The combination of fast-paced events, slower-paced moments and the flowing between the two was well done by both authors. I also really enjoyed the attention to detail when it came to descriptions and the outlining of acti
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Hannah
May 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing

*cue the Underworld soundtrack*

Okay, so this was really great. Obviously I went in with high expectations and CLEARLY those expectations were met. Dawn till Dusk is like the perfect urban fantasy. You've got a dark city, an evil ruler, a broody pissed-off hero and, of course, the snarky and capable heroine. And it's honestly just a lot of fun. The plot is fast-paced, rocketing its way toward a thrilling ending that had me picking my jaw up off the floor. Let's just say I'm READY for book two!

I
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Sona Via
Apr 14, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Here we have it!! A beautiful product of heartfelt love of two amazing authors.

I loved every second of this gorgeous novel filled with shifters and faes. I am a sucker for paranormal and when we put the star crossed lovers trope, mixed with forbidden love trope, sign me up, please, as I need every second of it.

Dawn till Dusk is just the first book in a SAGA, you guys!! SO SO much is going to happen and I don't know if my heart can take the pain that I am anticipating.

Tarik and Reagan! I fell in
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Jess (starlitlibrary)
May 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received an eARC by the authors for an honest review.

First of all, I tend to be really skeptical about co-authored books but this one felt really natural as I read it. These ladies nailed it. Their characters' voices fit together seamlessly and were such a joy to read. I can't wait to read the next book in this series. Or any book they're going to write together to be honest.

Now, about the story:

This book is amazing for everyone who loves fierce, sassy shifters, grumpy fae and a romance fille
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Chiara | _ckarys
I received an e-arc of this book from the authors for an honest review.

Dawn till Dusk is the perfect read for lovers of grumpy fae, sassy shifters and an entertaining romance filled with angst and dazzling banter.
Urban fantasy is a tricky genre for me. Despite being closer to what is “normal”, I have a hard time processing magic alongside cell phones and bikes. But with this book, I was immediately drawn into the world, and I quickly clicked with its characters. I found myself relating to Tarik’
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Sarah Esmae Wolfe
May 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
"She and I, we were a trainwreck waiting to happen. I needed to derail and journey on a different track. Preferably in the opposite direction. Because every time I saw her, my walls weakened."

I received an eARC for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

Dawn 'till Dusk is a fast-paced story with an interesting plot that held my interest. The writing was really solid by both authors and the characters were complex and the setting was well developed. I enjoyed the two opposite bordering cities
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Mary Ellen
Apr 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Gripping and darkly beautiful, this
New Adult book is my favorite Urban Fantasy of the year.

Dawn till Dusk is a forbidden romance between an angry Fae, and a fiesty shifter. These two tortured souls clash together when Reagan, a shifter enforcer, helps Tarick, a Fae, who should be her enemy.

The worldbuilding in this book is on point. The main characters are fleshed out, beautiful and raw. The alternating point-of-views between the characters, and the authors, flow nicely. The romance is a slow
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Hanna Sandvig
Apr 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
An urban fantasy with unique world building, nuanced characters, and a romance that I am 100% here for. There is some trigger warnings, and I admit that I skipped half a chapter because I'm very sensitive to child deaths in books (it's a mom thing), but that was only one small section. Can't wait to learn more about the mysteries of their world in book 2! ...more
Amii
Apr 16, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Ohhhmiiigod!!! What a book!! I really from the bottom of my heart enjoyed reading this beautiful book!!! Everything about it was ahhhh it’s just soo good!! Both authors did a wonderful job in creating this glorious book!!

And let me tell you (I’m not exaggerating) but the moment I read the first chapter I was hooked!! I mean the story line was really good!! The writing style was just perfect not the boring type!!

Ohhh and I loved both characters Tarik and Reagan!!! The fact that they both have the
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Shiza Khan
Apr 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I received a free eARC in exchange for an honest review from the authors.
"She and I, we were a train wreck waiting to happen."
In a tumultuous time like this, I cannot be more glad to have read this book! It's everything you want in an urban fantasy and then some.
The story follows Tarik (a Fae) and Reagan (a shifter) in a city that is run by shifters and where Fae are treated as lowly citizens; which honestly is a fresh change from all the fantasies where Fae are always potrayed as the elite ra
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C.E. Clayton
May 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I’m really excited that more and more Fae type creatures are moving beyond the traditional fantasy genre and more and more shifters are branching out from just the typical werewolf-like monsters. It’s a new era of Urban Fantasy that I am totally here for! And if that sounds like something you’d be down for, then I totally recommend “Dawn till Dusk”! It’s the story of Tarik and Reagan, two characters who are on opposite sides of the conflict between shifters and Fae. In this world, the Fae are no ...more
Grace K
May 07, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: favorites, indies
*I received a free ARC from the authors in exchange for an honest review*

I have read the debut series of both of the authors for this book and loved them, so I am not surprised at all to say that I also adored this. I first read DTD a year ago as a beta reader for an early draft and flew through it. This book is a quick-paced, enemies-to-lovers urban fantasy that is truly so fun. Even on my second read with the ARC I found myself falling in love with the characters all over again.

One thing I rea
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Maria Elena | _mkarys
When the opportunity to participate in the cover reveal and read the eARC of this book presented itself, I could not refuse. Being a long-time follower of Tyffany Hackett and having read her other series, The Thanatos Trilogy, and having heard great things about Becky Moynihan’s The Elite Trials on Instagram, I was immediately excited. I’m happy to say that this book did not disappoint!

I know sometimes readers are hesitant to pick up a co-authored book, because not everyone can replicate the ma
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Andy
May 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received an eARC from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.

After reading Reactive by Becky Moynihan, I knew I needed this co-authored New Adult urban fantasy!

In Nathra City, the shifters rule with an iron fist. Mordecai the Great Dragon Shifter has conditioned Reagan to believe the Fae are inferior. As the city's Night Enforcer, it's her job to make sure the lines between shifter and Fae are intact. But Raegan has never quite believed the drivel about the Fae a
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A.J. Torres
May 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received an eARC in exchange for an honest review.
Dawn Till Dusk is a New Adult Urban Fantasy Romance novel, book 1 in the series.
Also, I thought I should let you know that Urban Fantasy is a pretty hard genre for me to get into. Now that that’s said, let’s get to this review.

Book Cover: 4* - Now, I’m not a big fan of photo stock book covers for a few reasons, but after learning that one of the authors did it herself, I thought it actually came out really nice. The characters on the cover for
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Yaneli
Apr 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
Shelves: arc-review-2020
Actual rating: 4.5 stars

*Received ARC* **I also did wait about a bit before writing my review to collect my thoughts and BECAUSE OF THAT ENDING**

"Right then and there, I knew I was going to do something incredibly stupid. Probably the dumbest thing I'd ever done in all twenty-three years of my life." -ok but me too

The politics of this world are so refreshing and intriguing! I rarely read books where the relationships between Fae and Shifter are how they were in this book. Shifters run the city
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Blaire Hammond
May 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Spoiler Free Review.

*I was sent an e-ARC copy of this book in exchange for a free and honest review.*

Okay. Where do I even start with this wonderful book? The writing? The story? The characters? The world?! Because it was all just.... AMAZING! I guess I'll start from the beginning. I picked up this book, expecting to read a few chapters before bed. That did not happen. A *few* chapters turned in to five. Which soon became a third of the book. And before I knew it, it was 2am and I was desperate
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Sydney Faith
May 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A fun start to what I think will be a great series! I'm a fan of the way Hackett and Moynihan write together. The characters are complex and endearing and the story is entertaining and exciting with great pacing. It's got a perfect balance between the story and the romance, they intertwine just right and keep the reader rooting for Reagan and Tarik. I'm looking forward to the next book/s in the series! ...more
Dilmeet Matta
May 01, 2020 rated it it was amazing
It’s an amazing book. The word buildup and the plot twist 😍I loved every bit of it. Becky never fails to amaze 🤩 I’m eagerly waiting for the second book. #teamtarik ❤️
Celia Cahill
Apr 19, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"Sometimes, evil wins the day."
Note: I received an ARC for a honest review. For this, I am very grateful to Becky Moynihan and Tyffany Hackett.

"If she's a white angel, I'm a black demon waiting to drag her down to hell."

So, here it is. Reading 'Dawn Till Dusk' was pretty much an emotional roller coaster ride. Becky and Tyffany are amazing authors who deserve to shine throughout their fantasy books. Not only these ladies are talented, they're kind and really sweet.
I going to tell you a quick summ
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Rebecca
May 06, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow. I am honestly floored by this book! It's the first in the series, and I absolutely can't wait to read the next one! I love fantasy novels to begin with, but Becky and Tyffany did an amazing job building two unique and heartrendingly damaged characters, while retaining strength of character and building a world that comes to life with every turn of the page. There are so many scenes that really grab on and pull you into the story. I found myself staying up way too late to finish another chap ...more
Katelyn Anderson
Apr 21, 2020 rated it it was amazing
This book made me lose sleep, and I ain't even mad about it. Did I regret it in the morning more than once? Yes. But did I stop reading when I should've been sleeping... NOPE.

I can't even string words together after finishing this book... All I can really say is y'all need to read it, and devour it, and fall in love with it.
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Cristina Cicivelli
Jul 29, 2020 rated it really liked it
4,5 ★

It's fate that brought this book to me, and I'm so grateful that it happened because Dawn Till Dusk turned out to be the kind of book I wanted to read: there are creatures with wings, the 'enemies to lovers' trope (and it was so well developed!!!! I really loved every single interaction between Tarik and Reagan, there are a lot of post-its to show it), an amazing female character that is strong and capable of defending herself (but also weak and frail when life tries to crush her) and just
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Chanel Law-Smith
Apr 18, 2020 rated it really liked it
I received an email eArc of this book and have to say I really enjoyed it. I loved hoe sassy the female lead is and really loved the plot and mythology. My only bugbear was that the Reagan smokes ( a huge turn off for me) but other than that I really loved it. Can’t wait for book two.
Lexi Biondi
Apr 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
OMG THIS BOOK! It’s amazing. AMAZING! I have not read a book so fast since I was a teenager. Tarik and Reagan are OTP. The characters, especially the MCs Reagan and Tarik, are so well carved and they go through a lot of development throughout the book. The world building is fantastical. The villains are so hateful you will want to crush them. And the pacing is addictive and totally binge worthy. 100% recommend this book, especially to romance readers who love a fantastical spin. Binge worthy. Ca ...more
Nadya Jackson
Apr 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
*I was provided a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*
Okay so before we get too far into this y'all (please excuse the southern drawl this quarantine is getting to me) need to know I loved it so much I read from chapter 3 to the end in one day and then woke up the next morning with the crazy idea to cosplay the female main character Reagan.
So I dyed my hair blue...sort-of. I'm pretty dark-haired naturally so the blue didn't really stand out but hey, I tried. I was trying to look
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Amber (caffeinated_books)
May 31, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Wow!

I am highly impressed that this book (and this series) is written by two different authors. By reading it, you couldn’t tell that each character was written by a different person as they blended so well together in their writing styles and I think that needs to be noted here. Very well ladies!

Tarik and Reagan...I loved them. Tarik is the brooding male who has a chip on his shoulder and won’t accept help from anyone. Reagan is a dominant female who take control of situations that may not al
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Zai Bell
May 09, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I'm a mood reader. If the book doesn't match my current mood and it is just "meh", then I won't be able to get into it. This book about shapeshifters, revolution, and enemies to lovers, was not in my current mood. I still couldn't put it down! ...more
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Tyffany Hackett is the award-winning author of 'The Thanatos Trilogy', a Young Adult Fantasy. She also co-author's the upcoming New Adult Urban Fantasy series 'The Genesis Crystal Saga' with author Becky Moynihan.

Currently residing in New York's Southern Tier, she spends her days chasing after her rambunctious toddler and her nights trying to make the words go. In her down time you can find her ki
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