Book Review | Night Vision

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Night Vision is book two in Susan Sleeman‘s Nighthawk Security series. Brendan, the second eldest of the Byrd brothers, wants a quiet Christmas vacation with his family, but when he stumbles on a woman in distress, he cannot help but get involved. It’s one of the reasons why the brothers started their protection business in the first place.

Jenna Paine has no idea why a man tried to rob and then kill her, but she owes her life to this stranger who saved her. All she wants is a nice Christmas for her daughter Kylie, now she hates to intrude on the Byrd’s Christmas, but Brendan and the rest of his large family insist on her staying with them until the brothers track down who wants whatever-it-is from her. If only she knew, maybe the nightmare would end.

I thoroughly enjoyed this story. Sweet little Kylie, the gregarious Byrd family, the twists of the plot. Even when you’re left shaking your head at Brandon’s desire to help this stranger and how he lets his attraction to her override his common sense, you can’t help thinking: of course he does, it’s Brandon. It fits so perfectly with his personality. A personality that off-sets the heavier side of Jenna’s past perfectly, too. (And in case you’re wondering, yes, Brandon is my favorite of the brothers so far.)

If you’re jumping into Susan Sleeman’s books, beginning with this series is just fine. Characters from past series are mentioned – and if you can, I highly recommend you go back and read them – but it won’t detract from this story here and now. The Byrds take up enough room all on their own. They are a large family with an even larger heart. And growing bigger with each and every book. Stay tuned: Clay’s story releases in January with Night Hawk!

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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