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Midnight Dawn (Mortal Machine) by [Adams, Jocelyn]
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A new adult title from Entangled's Embrace imprint…

Book Two of the Mortal Machine series.
Her soul remembers his touch, even if she doesn't.
With only three days until the wraith king turns the earth into an all-you-can-eat buffet, Addison Beckett is forced to enlist brooding sentinel Asher Green's help to unlock the Mortal Machine. According to the founder, all she has to do is find the sanctuary—the same sanctuary she can't remember because Asher erased her memories.

Trying to save humanity while navigating Asher's lies is a royal pain. But the more time she and Asher spend together, the harder her soul tries to remind her what else he's made her forget—that he loves her, wants her, needs her.

When she's trapped by the wraith king and forced to pick who will stand by her in the coming battle, Addison is faced with an impossible choice: the sentinel she loves who refuses to love her back, or a powerful stranger who insists they're meant to be together. Her decision will decide the fate of humanity, and once decided, can't be undone.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2232 KB
  • Print Length: 294 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (Aug. 4 2014)
  • Sold by: Macmillan CA
  • Language: English
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HASH(0x9c2cb120) out of 5 stars A Mighty Fine Machine Aug. 4 2014
By Denise Van plew - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Oh my I have got to say even though this is the second book in this series it still was quite easy to get into and follow plus this is the first time reading anything from this author for me. I say oh my because this contains quite a unusual storyline that as soon as you begin it you are so intrigued with the idea of it all. The characters are larger than life with the color needed for this story with a world and war going on that the average joe has no idea. That is what and why I like it the plausible reality of such of thing being true but unfolding in this novel. Even though there are a abundance of characters the ones I gravitated toward where Asher and Addison. Humans making up the parts of a machine in a most logical way as explained in this novel. So like that it is not turned into bizarre to where it would of be more sci-fy. Most of all is the romance this novel will contain that is gravitated toward and explodes once it is realized. It is a very important factor also because it will be a key factor in it for Asher to be with the one she loves in order to be the success she needs to be to properly put wrongs to rights with a war looming upon them all. The events and drama this author writes are so well written that you are panting while reading so you can get to what is next. Choices are they key here for all really that the wrong ones could cost alot. Thrilling simply thrilling is all I can say without giving too much away and I for one hate spoilers. Just a side note though sometimes you do find that if they both were standing before you knocking their heads together might be the order of the day that is how frustrating (in a good way) these two could get.
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HASH(0x9c2cb174) out of 5 stars Fantastic Aug. 5 2014
By Gabbie - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition

Midnight Dawn picks up a bit after Darkside Sun ends. I didn’t love this installment as much as I enjoyed the first one but it definitely wasn’t bad. There were a lot of events going on which kept me reading. This novel incorporates more of the wraiths as well as Addison’s role as the Architect. We finally find out exactly what that means. The pacing was good in this novel. It wasn’t slow and it wasn’t so fast that it was hard to keep up with. I think, really, the only thing keeping me from loving this novel as much as the first one was the character romance. The great thing about this installment is that there was absolutely no cliffhanger. Even though there will be a third novel, there’s no gut-wrenching ending that deters some readers. So you can definitely go on and read this one without waiting for the next to come out.

Leading Lady

Addison is definitely tougher in this novel. When this novel begins, Addison’s memories of her and Asher are complete wiped and she is now actively part of the Mortal Machine. I liked Addison’s character a lot in this novel. We really got to see her fight for herself as well as for those that she cared for. She dealt with the things that were thrown at her very well, including the situation with Asher. I liked her character more in this novel than the last and I hope that that trend continues in the third book.

Leading Male

Asher, on the other hand, I didn’t quite like as much as I did in the first novel. This is mainly because of the way that he treated Addison for the majority of the novel. I understood that he was trying to protect her but I personally think that he could have done it in a better way. He was borderline verbally-abusive in my opinion and I hated it. Other than that, he was still the complicated, slightly egotistical jerk that he was in the first book. Just slightly less likable than the first time around.


We get a few flutterings of a love triangle in this novel. We are introduced to a new character who stirs things up a bit. Then you have the fact that Asher took away Addison’s memory of them together. However, Addison’s soul can’t help but be attracted to Asher so that creates problems, what with Asher pushing her away. It was a total drama filled romance but you still couldn’t help but root for Addy and Asher.

World Building

The thing I enjoyed the most about this installment was the back-story that we get on the Machine, the Wraiths, and everything else. It really gave the novel a realistic feel even with the paranormal plot. The story was obviously well thought out and I couldn’t find any wholes whilst reading the novel. It was some of the best and most interesting world building I’ve read.


Although I didn’t enjoy it as much as the first installment, Midnight Dawn was a far cry from bad. With complex world building and an engaging plot, it’s definitely one that I would recommend for any and all paranormal lovers, or for for anyone looking for something a little different.
HASH(0x9c2cb5ac) out of 5 stars 4 “Hold on to your arses, girls and boys, we’re in for some turbulence.” Stars Feb. 22 2016
By Nicola_1202 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
After the heart wrenching turn of events at the end of Darkside Sun, Midnight Dawn picks up with Asher hiding his heartbreak and Addison trying to piece together the memories she is missing, whilst finding her feet in her newly discovered position in the Machine.

"I'm your Architect, remember?"

Book 1 set the wheels in motion, book 2 sees everything start to come together...or fall apart. Addy is faced with fighting The Wraith King, and to do so she needs to unlock the Mortal Machine: to do so the guardians need to find their conduits--those they share powers with. And whilst Addy can see who should pair with whom, getting them to do so is no easy task, particularly when she herself needs to find her Shepherd.

"My happiness was not tied to Asher."

From the opening chapter we really start to see how Addy is growing as a character; as determined as ever, she's developed a strong will and sassy attitude to help her lead, but she is also struggling in many respects. She's still drawn to Asher but, with him keeping her at arms length, she becomes close to British newcomer Caine, unaware that Asher isn't being difficult with her for the sake of it; he is suffering, hurting and is as tortured and frustrating, grouchy and brooding as ever. There were moments when I wanted to shake him, and those I hurt for him.

"My world begins and ends with her, and I’ll keep hurting her because I love her with every piece of me, and I want her to live."

Jocelyn Adams has brought her reader a fast-paced, action-packed and emotional second instalment to her Mortal Machine series that keeps you captivated throughout. There were moments when my heart was in my throat and I can't wait to see how the trilogy is concluded in Forever Dusk.

"Just a day in the life of Addison Whatshername."

Copy received courtesy of Entangled Publishing for an honest and unbiased opinion.
HASH(0x9c2cb96c) out of 5 stars Does true love conquer all? Aug. 17 2014
By Megz_0711 - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
Okay so I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book after reading the 1st book and this book didn't disappoint. This story picks up where the last one left off and it is amazing because the storyline that Jocelyn created is one you can't help but get lost in. It's new and interesting and just sucks you in from the very beginning. Our main characters are Asher and Addison and the war that is about the happen (again) with the Wraith King. So much information is given to you in this book that you keep guessing at what the ending is going to be and it takes almost the entire book to figure out what is going to happen and then you have the O.M.G factor. So Asher and Addison are our main characters and these two have a lot of......background together, it's just Addison can't remember it. I don't hate Asher's character in this book as much as I did in the first, but he still annoys me and I hate that he made Addison forget things in order to "protect" her. I love the way Addison's character has evolved in this book compared to the first one and how she is learning to come into her own. Of course the rest of the society she is apart of are still a little weary and scared of her because she is different and change is always hard. But she is slowly showing them a way to help rid the world and humans of wraiths.

Addison is also looking for her counter part/soul mate. When you find that one person who makes you stronger you pretty much mate for life. Everyone in the machine should have one. Remy ends up helping Addison a lot because no one wants to really help her including Asher. And even though Asher is mean again in this book to Addison her soul can't help but long for him. When the wraith King makes and appearance everything begins to change. They only have so long before hell takes over earth and the Machine crumbles. Asher has to work with Addison and a new character comes in, saying that he is destined to be with her, she is his counter part. He is this new what Addison has been looking and waiting for? Or can her heart and soul truly remember what really happened and who her heart already belongs to, even though she can't remember. Will Addison find a way to stop the wraith King?

All of these questions get answered in this book, however, a lot more form and the end of this book has me in a very tearful emotional state because it didn't end like I thought it might. I can't wait for the next book to see what will happen in Addison's world. But this book is definitely worth reading.
HASH(0x9c2cba50) out of 5 stars Sometimes We Have To Hurt The Ones We Love And We Can't Even Tell Them Why-Asher Green Aug. 8 2014
By Goodnight Carolina - Published on
Format: Kindle Edition
After some torturous months of waiting, I got to finally read this second book of Mortal machine Trilogy and I am quite satisfied with the outcome. In the beginning we get to see Addy as a newly minted Architect of the machine. Asher on the other hand came back to his usual hard to reach self and this makes it difficult for the two especially her when she thinks there is something more between them but after her memory was swiped by him, she is being haunted by dreams of an older man she thinks is her father and a younger one who might be her boyfriend.

The story quickly picked up its pace almost right after it left us in the first book and we got to meet new characters like Raldad who at first showed hesitation with Addy's capabilities as a leader and Iris whose uniqueness will shine in some parts of the book. It was totally action packed and a rollercoaster ride all throughout. At many parts I waited for Asher to finally just forget about his worries of what might happen and take that chance with Addy. And adorable reluctant couple Remy and Sophia is still cute and helpful as always to our idols. I am hoping to see them again in the next book as they are my top two couple here.I also can't help but be in awe with the strength of Addy's brain and her dad for braving and coming out of a long unimaginable suffering of not being able to remember each other.
I so heart Jocelyn for this truly remarkable story and after reading the first of the trilogy I became an instant fan and now I got to read Midnight Dawn, it's just amazing.

The plot, the people, sequencing, lines and paragraphs are just downright awesome.Love the ending but again just how I felt in the first book, I am now in suspense of what terror this group of warriors will face in the next one not to mention there is sort of a cliffhanger within Addison's soul that she will have to face the next time. But right now I just want to feel it for a while and worry about the ultimate ending next time. Congratulations to our author for coming up with a set of beautiful characters and overall story. It's all good!