Book Review | Night Fall

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It’s here! Susan Sleeman has an new series: Nighthawk Security. It follows the Byrd brothers, who we first met in Dead End, one of my favorite books from the previous Truth Seekers series. Ever since that book, I have been hoping we’d see more of them and not only did we, but the five brothers (and their sister’s sister-in-law) now have their own series!

Nighthawk Security begins with Aiden’s story in Night Fall. The brothers are hired as bodyguards for Olympic Skier and governor’s daughter, Harper Young. She has a stalker and his actions are escalating. So far, she’s fired the last two security firms because the employees hit on her. Aiden is determined to maintain his professionalism, even if he feels the sparks between them. Sparks he wouldn’t, couldn’t, and shouldn’t act on. Except, Harper feels them, too.

Night Fall is another winner from Susan Sleeman. Aiden is great, but the Byrd brothers as a whole steal the show. Harper finds herself wanting to be a part of the family and I can see why. It seems like such a fun, big family. And, when characters are so lovable, it’s easy to enjoy the story. The plot keeps twisting and turning, too, and the ending – without giving anything away – was one that had me holding my breath to see what happened.

One specific detail I liked most about Night Fall is how easily and specifically Susan Sleeman shows what it is like to be on a security detail. This is a writing skill she has exhibited in all of her books, most notably being Dead End, and I loved seeing it on display in Night Fall. It’s one of the reasons she has become one of my favorite authors.

I can’t wait to see the Byrd brothers back in action next month when Brendan gets his time to shine in Night Vision! Stay tuned for my review!

I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with FTC guidelines.

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