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Night Shadow (Night, Bk 3) (T-FLAC, Bk 14)
Night Shadow - Night, Bk 3 - T-FLAC, Bk 14
Author: Cherry Adair
Aside from working for the international anti-terrorism agency T-FLAC (and having the same last name), Lexi Stone and Alex Stone are polar opposites, right down to Lexi's mere mortality and Alex's paranormal powers.  While straight-arrow Lexi pushes paper at an Internal Affairs desk, renegade Alex is busy pushing the envelope as he ...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780345499929
ISBN-10: 0345499921
Publication Date: 11/24/2009
Pages: 330
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 70 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio Cassette, Audio CD
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I've never been a fan of paranormal romance, but this trilogy wasn't bad. I think I liked the first book the best, but the third wraps it all up. I thought the characters were funny and quirky and all three stories were light, quick reads.
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Let me start off by saying I'm a huge Cherry Adair fan. I've read every one of her T-Flac books, this one being the last published in the series to date. Each one reads better than the last. Each character, familiar ones and the new, are brought together to work as a team and defeat the bad guys. Gun toting, muscular hot men; kick-ass, beautiful, smart women. Adair really brings you into the action and makes all the scenes come to life. Each book can read as a stand-alone, but I found reading them in sequence truly adds to the characters growth and involvement. I gave this book a four-star rating, only because I've never read a true five-star book. I would recommend this and all Cherry Adair's books to anyone, male or female, who likes the shoot-em-up high drama of black ops and exotic locales.
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I liked Cherry Adair's books. This one is the third in the Night trilogy and I enjoyed all 3 books. It wasn't the page turning can't put it down until I'm done sort of book, but none the less, I like the T-Flac organization. The boy meets girl, boy hates girl, boy can't stand to be away from girl plot in the books she writes are different even though the same at the same time. Does that make sense?
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I'm quitting this one for several reasons:

1. It's boring. I was cleaning up the doggie droppings in the yard and found my mind drifting. If a book can't hold my attention when I'm doing that chore something is seriously wrong.

2. The heroine is a rookie who "forgets" to wear her safety gear on her 1st mission out. Seriously? I'm supposed to believe this? And, yep, you guessed it she gets shot. Not to worry though she's ok (figures).

3. It's #15 in a series and what I've read so far does not make me want to torment myself by reading 14 of these things to play catch up. Good lord people, 14 of them!

4. Hero and heroine have names that are so similar I don't know who the hell is who in this audio. And their last names are the same. And no, this isn't some backwoods horror/love story where they create two headed babies either. They're not even related. What are the odds?

5. I have no patience and this books requires lots.
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