Darkest Night

In this first novel in the explosive, brand-new romantic suspense Sons of Broad series from Tara Thomas comes a novel of deadly secrets and hidden danger. In the sultry streets of Charleston, one family, ruled by its powerful, take-no-prisoners sons, has risen to the top. But a merciless killer is out to destroy them…and everyone they hold close…

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Tilly Brock has learned—the hard way—how to take care of herself. Once a pillar of Charleston society, her family lost everything in the wake of a shocking scandal. And then Tilly lost the only boy she ever loved.

Keaton Benedict is Charleston’s most notorious bachelor. But in spite of all his advantages—the money, the women, the family name—he longs for more: the heart of the young woman he still can’t forget.

When Keaton re-enters Tilly’s life, after all these years, she is torn between feelings of doubt and desire. Can they put the past behind them and learn to love again? Tilly is willing to try. But Keaton is afraid that a vengeful enemy is watching—and waiting to destroy them. Can the rekindled flame of their love defeat the deadliest rival and light their way forward in the darkest night?

My Review

Every once in a while, you need to take a break from the murder mysteries and pick up a romantic suspense novel. That is just what I did with this book. I enjoyed this book. The balance of romance to suspense was just about right for me. What I mean but this is that the romance seemed to take over more in the beginning and stayed throughout the rest of the storyline; whereas, the suspense part tickled the senses.

However, speaking of romance, the chemistry between Tilly and Keaton was steamy. Keaton is the type of guy that women want. He is tall, smart, good looking, rich, and a protector. Although, I am not going to say that Tilly was a wilting flower. She was tough too. Yet, it never hurts to have extra back up. While, I will say that Tilly and Keaton hooked up quickly, I didn't mind this time. They were good together. Plus, their romance was not a distraction. This book is a good start to a new series from author, Tara Thomas. The next book promises to be just as good.

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