Dawn of Eve by Pam Godwin

Title: Dawn of Eve (Trilogy of Eve Book 3)

Author: Pam Godwin

Release Date: Jan 16, 2017

Genre: Dark Dystopian Romance


Daughter of Eve. Leader of the Resistance. Mankind’s savior. Dawn is supposed to be the ultimate weapon against the bloodthirsty hybrids that control the desolate planet.

But she didn’t inherit superhuman speed or virus-curing blood.

She’s just a human.

The pursuit to unlock her power lures her into a venomous trap, where silver eyes seduce, fangs incite pleasure, and love and devastation wear the same handsome face. He’s her deepest desire, greatest enemy, and the key she’s been searching for.

With humanity balancing on an arrow’s edge, she must win his heart or destroy it.


This is the final book in the TRILOGY OF EVE. The books in this series are not cliffhangers but must be read in order.


Natalie’s 4.5 Star Review

What an amazingly epic, sexy, beautiful and emotional ride this series has been.

Coming off a book that is as emotionally charged and heavy as Blood of Eve was, I always have mixed emotions before starting the next in the series. I want everything to be just right and I want the story to be just as all-consuming as the last. Knowing that Dawn of Eve is also the last book in the series made me even more emotional. The Trilogy of Eve is by far one of my absolute favorites and Eve is one of the most amazing characters I’ve ever had the pleasure of reading. All of this amazingness is a true testament to the talent of Pam Godwin. The post-apocalyptic world she has created and the characters that live in it are so engrossing that it is hard to let them go.

At only nineteen years old Dawn, daughter of Eve and leader of the Resistance has a heavy burden to carry. She is the prophecy born to save mankind. Her mother Eve cured the world of the aphids and now it is Dawns turn to rid the world of the biting and blood sucking hybrids. That’s a huge responsibility for someone so young but Dawn knows this is her destiny and along with the support of her fathers – can I just interject here and say how my heart was so happy to get more of Jesse, Roark and Michio – she embraces it with everything she has.

When Dawn finds herself with the dark and mysterious Salem the story takes off into a whirlwind of twists, turns, and heart stopping moments. Things aren’t always black and white, expect the unexpected and brace yourself for passion and heart-thrilling action. The sexual innuendos made me smile and intimacy made me burn.

I loved Dawn, you could feel the essence of Eve in her, but she was also clearly her own person. She was strong and resilient when needed but she is also young and that youth showed at times. Her doubts, fear and uncertainty about her place in this life and Salem made her feel real.

Salem was the mystery, the unknown with possible ulterior motives. I loved that the author kept us on our feet with him. Just when you think you have it all figured out and you know the direction the story is going to go in, you find out your wrong.

I can’t say enough about how much I have enjoyed this book and the series as a whole. It is truly unforgettable and will stay with me for a long time to come.

*The Trilogy of Eve is a series that is best read in order to fully appreciate the emotions and challenges behind Dawn’s journey.*

“Love isn’t just vital. It’s what vital means.”

Trilogy of Eve series

About Pam Godwin

New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Pam Godwin, lives in the Midwest with her husband, their two children, and a foulmouthed parrot. When she ran away, she traveled fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and married the vocalist of her favorite rock band.
Java, tobacco, and dark romance novels are her favorite indulgences, and might be considered more unhealthy than her aversion to sleeping, eating meat, and dolls with blinking eyes.


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