Edge Of Midnight

Edge Of Midnight

by Shannon McKenna
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Edge Of Midnight by Shannon McKenna

On the very day an arsonist burns down Liv Endicott's bookstore in a small town in the Washington mountains, she finds fate has another shock in store for her. Amid the smoke, rubble, and tears, Sean McCloud appears, calling her name. He's every inch the man he always was--the man she kept on wanting. But wanting is not the same as trusting, and she doesn't dare let him get too close. Yet a ruthless killer is gunning for Liv, and she'll die unless they join forces to unearth a chilling truth--and come together in a blaze of searing passion. . .

"A passionate, intense story." --Romantic Times on Edge of Midnight

". . .this action-packed novel is sure to be a crowd pleaser." --Publishers Weekly on Edge of Midnight

"Super, sexy suspense!" --Cherry Adair on Hot Night

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780758245120
Publisher: Kensington
Publication date: 07/01/2009
Series: Mccloud Brothers Series , #4
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 400
Sales rank: 146,753
File size: 675 KB

About the Author

Shannon McKenna is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous romantic thrillers and several novellas. After a bizarre assortment of jobs, from singing cocktail waitress to medical secretary to strolling madrigal singer, she decided that writing hot romantic suspense suits her best. She lives with her husband and family in a small seaside town in southern Italy. Write to Shannon at her website www.shannonmckenna.com.

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Edge of Midnight 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 85 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm glad I did pick this up again, although I still never really totally warmed up to Sean until after the proverbial manure hit the fan towards the end when I started to feel, this guy is OK. The way he and Olivia related made me feel a bit uneasy and not quite relaxed. Until the end, he's all--- you are my goddess and I bow to you and live to lick your boots type of thing--- to Olivia, yet he very insistently and sometimes coldly and forcefully orders her to do things when they are physical, although Olivia is aware of it and even tries to wrestle control herself at times. None the less, even though it's clear that he so totally loves her and would die before hurting her in any way, and Olivia is no put upon, docile doormat, that way of relating has a little too much of a dominance/control factor, which made me feel a bit uncomfortable sometimes. This book tells the story of Sean McCloud, youngest of the four McCloud brothers, whose stories were told previously in "Standing in the Shadows" and "Out of Control".  Sean and Liv are on the run after the stalker makes an attempt on her life and Sean saves her. This attempt is tied into Kevin's death. Before Kevin died, he gave a note and a sketchbook to Liv to deliver to Sean. The note gives clues about a person that Kevin thought was trying to kill him. Kevin was participating in a neurological research project called the "Midnight Project" led by a diabolical doctor named Chris Osterman. The people conducting the project knew that Liv had the notebook, and want it back and her dead because they think she knows too much. All the characters from the previous McCloud books are back, including Seth & Raine, Margot & Davy, Erin & Connor, Miles & Cindy (Who have major roles), Tamara, and even Nick Ward has a cameo. Sean reminded me a lot of his brother Connor: witty, sometimes arrogant or overbearing, but also sweet and vulnerable, and Liv knew just how to handle him--they were great together! This book was fantastic, kept me on the edge, and the last 30 pages had some truly gruesome moments. But the ending was worth it, and I had tears in my eyes. Of all the McCloud brothers books, this one may be my new favorite. Highly recommended!     
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoy her books! I love the intensity of the characters and the brother relationship. detailed, but tolerable :)
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Interesting story line but the language was a little too graphic. It seemed very artificial. Like the author was trying too hard to make the story gritty and write from a male point of view. I started skipping over most of the sex scenes about half way through. I like some sex in books but this drifted too close to porn and went on for pages. It became boring.
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So i liked the story lines of this series. But the heroes in all these books are just so mean and cruel. How are we, the readers, supposed to believe that the heroines fall for these guys? In behind closed doors, he forces himself on her more than once, calls her a whore, locks her in the attic and she just magically forgives him? Come on!
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