Book Review

NIGHT SHADOW
by Cherry Adair

Genre: Romantic Suspense, Paranormal
Sensuality: HOT

2008 Paranormal Romantic Suspense Nominee

RT Rating

The pulse-pounding conclusion of Adair's suspense-filled trilogy within a-series contains all the danger, treachery and romance a reader could wish for. By adding in a supernatural element, Adair elevates her high-octane tales into the must-read category! This is a grand conclusion to an exceptional trilogy.

Although they share the
same name, T-FLAC operatives Lexi Stone and Alex Stone have little else
in common. Alex is a wizard and a
well-seasoned field operative, and although Lexi is brilliant with data,
she's a human with little field experience. Nevertheless, Lexi is sent to the field to see if Alex has gone rogue. Alex has enough to worry about;
the last thing he wants is to babysit
a rookie.

When terrorists stage deadly
attacks around the globe, Alex and Lexi try to uncover a pattern. What they discover is chilling: The terrorist operatives look like younger versions
of Alex. To uncover the truth about the past and how it relates to what's happening now, Alex will need the help
of his foster brothers, Lucas Fox and Simon Blackthorne. (BALLANTINE, Dec., 304 pp., $23.00)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Ballantine

Published: December 2008

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4.5 Stars

Average Rating: 4.5 Stars
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An awesome read!

Submitted by calstephanie on May 9, 2013 - 7:05am.

Alex Stone is a T-FLAC agent who is on the search for a terrorist wizard who is causing havoc all over the world. Lexi Stone works in the Internal Affairs division of T-FLAC and her mission is to find proof that Alex is a traitor to the organization. When they are forced to work together on a mission in Moscow that involves a massacre at a train station they discover they also have to fight their rising attraction to each other. Night Shadow is a great conclusion to this three-book trilogy inside of Cherry Adair’s T-FLAC series. I would definitely recommend this and any of Cherry’s book. You won’t be disappointed!