Book Review

NIGHT FALL
by Cherry Adair

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT

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Adair is back and pulls out all the stops with this one. Her combination of action-adventure and magic kick these books into the must-read category. These oil-and-water protagonists are a sizzling pair, and the heroine's offbeat sense of humor helps keep her balanced. Brava!

P.R. expert Kess Goodall has taken a job working for the current president of the West African country of Mallaruza, where a deadly virus and escalating border skirmishes are taking
a heavy toll. Wizard and T-FLAC agent Simon Blackthorne is in Mallaruza visiting his old friend, the country's president. If there is magic involved in any of these crises, Simon will be able to detect it. Kess is the opposite of what Simon finds attractive, so why is he so drawn to this vivid woman? Their reluctant partnership becomes vital when they discover a massacre of aid workers. Kess has no idea that magic exists, but her eyes are about to be opened. (BALLANTINE, Oct., 336 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: October 2008

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4.5 Stars

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Great book!

Submitted by calstephanie on May 9, 2013 - 7:02am.

Simon Blackthorne is a T-FLAC/psi operative who is in Africa to track down a wizard causing trouble between two countries. Kess Goodall is there to handle public relations for the President of Mallaruza after trouble back home in Atlanta. They are thrown together on a wild adventure of mayhem, magic and passion. Night Fall is a great read that will keep you hooked from beginning to end! This is definitely one you’re gonna want to check out along with any other Cherry Adair books.