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  • Posted March 9, 2013

    I have this Audio version of the book as well as the paperback c

    I have this Audio version of the book as well as the paperback copy. The narrator captures the feeling of the series wonderfully. This is one of those books that is great spoken aloud. The pacing is fast and Ms. Adair gives such great and detailed descriptions you are never pulled out of the story trying to figure out what the heck just happened.

    I love this new Psy book and series and can't wait to read the rest. Kess and Simon are great characters and there is enough mystery that I didn't want to get out of the car when I got home. Had to run inside and grab the book and find where I left off.

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  • Posted October 5, 2012

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    Great book!

    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.

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  • Posted April 18, 2012

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    I absolutely loved this book and the heroine especially! It's not often that you find a heroine with orphan Annie red/orange hair like Kess! Pair that with her orange hiking boots and she reminds me a bit of the lovely Cherry Adair!!! Must read, first book in the trilogy they
    'll all leave you wanting more!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2008

    he latest T-FLAC romantic suspense thriller an exciting African adventure

    Atlanta based public relations expert Kess Goodall refused to allow the city¿s PR community to destroy her though they shut her out of jobs after her latest insane stunt led to her firing instead she accepted a PR position in Central West Africa. The President of Mallaruza Abioyne Bongani hired her to help him with his reelection campaign.---------- Abi also asked his college roommate Terrorist Force Logistic Assault Command 'T-FLAC' psi operative Simon Blackthorne to investigate the recent increase in border fights and raids with the Hureni Abi, a half-wizard, believes a full wizard may be behind the attacks so he wants a friendly full blooded wizard on his side just in case. Simon quietly investigates the incidents seeking magical remnants. He and Kess are attracted to one another, but avoid one another until a bloodbath by machetes followed by scavengers of workers bring them together.------------- The latest T-FLAC romantic suspense thriller 'see WHITE HEAT and HOT ICE' is an exciting African adventure that blends some magic with non stop action. The story line is fast-paced from the moment the lead couple discovers the gruesome massacre and never slows down. Enhancing the tale is the often humorous gender war between these polar opposites as Simon introduces Kess to the notion that there is a lot more under the sun than science.------------ Harriet Klausner

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