EDGE OF MIDNIGHT
This is a passionate, intense story about two people rekindling lost love in the middle of a dangerous, heart-pounding situation. McKenna keeps readers just ahead of the main characters, which adds an unexpected level of fervor to the story. Several intricate storylines peopled by different sets of characters give the book depth and power, tying
in the edge-of-your-seat ending with flawless ease. There are several morbid
situations, strong language and love scenes that run the gamut from slow
and passionate to heated and angry, but all are explicitly sexy.
Fifteen years after the
fact, Sean McCloud is not convinced
his twin brother committed suicide. A series of threats to Sean's ex-girlfriend Olivia Endicott leaves them
no choice but to team up and track down the twisted individual targeting Olivia -- the same person they think got to Kevin.
Running for their lives and desperately trying to piece together the clues Kevin left behind in his notebook, Sean and Olivia rekindle the flame that once threatened to burn their souls. (BRAVA,
Aug., 384 pp., $14.00)