In the past, I have enjoyed Cherry Adair's books. When I read the first few books in this paranormal series I was very disappointed. This book was better, but I still prefer her non-paranormal T-FlAC books. NIGHT SECRETS is about Lucas Fox, the second of three wizards who were raised by Mason Knight and work for TFLAC. The plot involves illegal organ sales, a Brazilian spa and a journalist named Sydney McBride.
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.
Paranormal action series, somewhat similar to her Edge books.
Heroes are members of TFLAC [her ongoing series:] - the psi branch. The second book takes place in a high-end Brazilian beauty spa where they do the ultimate makeovers - the kind that involve knives and needles... The heroine is writing a book, the [naked:] hero shows up and forces her to 'cover' for him [literally as well as figuratively:]. This hero also is having power problems... The plot is complicated by bio-terrorism, multiple murders to supply illegal organ transplants, and a mysterious something else alluded to but not resolved in this book.
You could probably read 2 before 1 if you had to - but the story arc is moving to completion in 3 so that should definitely be read last.
1 Night Fall
2 Night Secrets
3 Night Shadow
Lilia C. (lsinnrs) reviewed Night Secrets (Night, Bk 2) (T-FLAC, Bk 13) (Audio CD-MP3) (Unabridged) on
Another great action packed story by Cherry Adair. Enjoyable and as usual full of imagination. Only problem is the multiple unanswered question one has at the end. Book really felt more like the middle of one. Maybe all the answers will come together in the third book of the series. After all, Simon from book 1, now Lucas and Alex in book 3 grew up in similar circumstances. Maybe someone off'ed all their families to get them to TFlac?? Suspicious minds would like to know.