Fade To Midnight

Fade To Midnight

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by Shannon Mckenna
     
 

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Gone But Not Forgotten

Davy. . .Connor. . .Sean. . . Three brothers who have conquered their demons, but they've never forgotten their long lost brother, Kev, whom they believed to be dead. When the McCloud brothers discover Kev is alive, they won't rest until they find him. . .

Beaten and tortured almost to death, Kev Larsen was found eighteen

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Gone But Not Forgotten

Davy. . .Connor. . .Sean. . . Three brothers who have conquered their demons, but they've never forgotten their long lost brother, Kev, whom they believed to be dead. When the McCloud brothers discover Kev is alive, they won't rest until they find him. . .

Beaten and tortured almost to death, Kev Larsen was found eighteen years earlier in a warehouse alley. He survived his brutal ordeal, but his memories before that night were completely erased. When he nearly dies from trying to save someone from drowning, the brain surgery he has to save his life triggers fragmented, terrifying memories. With only these memories and the name of his torturer to guide him, Kev is determined to unlock the secrets to his past.

Edie Parrish has always been good at not letting anyone get too close to her. If someone were to learn of her unusual gift, her life would be immediately jeopardized. But when Kev Larsen discovers who she really is, Edie has only one choice: to trust him. And soon, Edie can't resist her consuming desire for him--even though she knows she'll have to pay a price for it.

Now Kev and Edie must race against time and place their faith in each other to stop a deadly legacy. . .

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780758274120
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
08/30/2011
Series:
McClouds and Friends Series , #7
Sold by:
Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
496
Sales rank:
103,396
File size:
830 KB

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Fade to Midnight 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 91 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
For almost two decades, everyone who knew Kevin McCloud had thought he was dead. Even his three brothers have all but given up hope. However, instead of dying he suffered a traumatic injury from being tortured that included total amnesia. Preventing a drowning leads him to emergency brain surgery. As a consequence, his memory has recently started to return. Kevin Larson is the name Kevin McCloud has used since the brutal torturous beating. He begins to piece back what happened to him eighteen years ago and before. He recalls the mind control work of insane scientist Christopher Osterman, but has not figured out his link. He learns the man is dead, but his associates try to draw Kevin back into their evil mind controlling scheme. As he struggles to remember he meets graphic novelist Edie Parrish at her book signing. She has a past with Osterman and McCloud, as she is convinced the former is the supervillain and the latter the superhero prototypes of her graphic novels. The latest McCloud brother action-packed thriller is character driven by Kevin whose memory recall triggers the story line. Fast-paced from start to finish with intriguing unexpected twists, Fade to Midnight is a strong McCloud entry that series fans will relish. However, new readers will find references difficult to assimilate so should peruse the previous tales in the saga (see Edge of Midnight, Behind Closed Doors and Standing in the Shadows) Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
If i hadn't read the others in the series first, i would've been so lost. This book is way too convoluted. Way too long. Not even the sex was good in this one. The end was unfufilling, the mcclouds and kev didn't get a real reunion (it was implied). Suspense was good although i had to skip a lot of unnecessary pages.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have read all the books that Shannon McKenna has written. The series with the McClouds are great, but I must admit this is the only one that got lenghtly and slightly boring.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was pretty good, but I felt that Edie didn't have much of a back bone. Especially towards the end when Ava had her in the x-cog thing. She just let her keep slapping and slapping her and it got annoying after a while that she just let it happen. Her family also pissed me off b-cause of how they acted. I don't know...the whole story was sort of rushed and unfulfilling. I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who was a fan of the McCloud series.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Finally we get to know what happened to Kev McCloud. I enjoyed this very much; however, I think a lot of the enjoyment comes from knowing the back story and seeing the interaction of the characters I've known for 7 books now. I'm sure the book would stand alone, but I can't imagine enjoying it anywhere near as much--it would just not make sense. Read this book, but go back and start with Standing in the Shadows, Behind Closed Doors, Out of Control, Edge of Midnight, Extreme Danger, and Ultimate Weapon first. These books are filled with strong, sexy, sex-hungry men and the women they love. At times the plots seem to repeat themselves, but I always enjoyed the characters.
MelissaNY More than 1 year ago
I don't know anymore about Shannon McKenna. I started reading her books and liked them a lot. But the more books I read, the more I started to see reruns. Besides the steamy sex scenes, the rest of the book was a huge disappointment. It's like all the heroins are huge cry babies and the men are all the same macho domineering men. But come on....give the characters their own personalities. Every book is like she's writing about the same person but with different names. I basically skipped through all the pages because it was just so ridiculous. Don't try to hard on the plot next time. I don't think I'm going to waste my time with her books anymore.
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Pika_ More than 1 year ago
There is something completely addictive to Shannon McKenna's characters. I just can't wait to find the time to read about the next one. I love these stories about the McCloud brother's and their friends. This one, with it's explosive revelation that Kev is really alive (hinted at previously but finally proved here) is almost like a reunion for the brothers and their friends. It was great seeing them together, as always the love scenes were hot, and the action was more explosive than ever. The scenes are written as vividly as if you were seeing them on the movie screen. Love it!
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