Book Review

EDGE OF DARKNESS
by Cherry Adair

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT

2006 Paranormal Romantic Suspense Nominee

RT Rating

Here's a trilogy that goes out with a very satisfactory bang. Themes of love, duty and sacrifice are expertly combined with a hefty dose of magic. As in the previous books, Adair's potential lovers have their own particular strengths and weaknesses, which play off the ongoing elements of danger and sacrifice. With this phenomenal series, Adair demonstrates how the wonderful power of love can carry dangerous consequences when turned to hate.

Duncan Edge has wanted to become head of the Wizard Council for
a long time. Now that his nomination is assured, all he needs to do is be the first
to pass two dangerous tests. The one
person who can destroy Duncan's cool
is fellow wizard Serena Campbell, who unexpectedly becomes another contender for the head wizard position.

With a serial-killer wizard on the loose and the upcoming tests, Duncan can't afford any distractions -- so he's not about to let the ancient Edge family curse on love get in his way. But you know what often happens to best-laid plans. (BALLANTINE, Sep., 319 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: September 2006

Reader Rating

3 Stars

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Edge of Darkness

Submitted by calstephanie on May 9, 2013 - 7:22am.

Serena Campbell holds a grudge against Duncan Edge that dates back to their childhood. Unfortunately, Serena is soon being used by terrorists to carry out a vengeful plot. She and Duncan must work together to fight the enemy before time runs out. The sparks between Serena and Duncan jump off the page and will live you singed. Edge of Darkness is a definite must read and keeper for any Cherry Adair fan.