Book Review: Fall Into Midnight
Gyrating to the beat and downing shots isn't Dr. Hannah Winter's cup of tea. But when a good friend drags her out of the sanctuary of her sunroom for a rare night out at Club Midnight, a chance encounter with an enigmatic bouncer ignites an undeniable spark of passion she can't resist.
Working at Club Midnight comes with a heavy price that Gray Alexander has grown weary of paying. But even as the treacherous underworld associated with her work threatens to destroy her, the love of a sweet-faced, ginger-haired doctor may be her saving grace.
As Hannah and Gray seize their unexpected chance at love, the very place that pulled them into each other's orbit may tear them apart…
I really enjoyed this book. The author drew out Hannah and Gray's love story. It was not an easy one. It is filled with "raw" emotions. Ones that really drew me close to both of them and had me rooting for them.
The first touch! It was not even a kiss but Hannah touching Gray's face. Their relationship really felt like two real people and therefore I was invested in them as a couple. While this book may be about Gray and Hannah, I would be amiss if I did not mention the side kicks...James, and Kee. There is also the club security guard, Marcus. James and Kee are the ride and die best friends that you always need. Marcus has Gray's back.