Darkest Night, Tara Thomas


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…

She thought she’d lost him forever

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.

But now that he’s back in her life

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.

The danger has just begun…

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?

Genre: Thrillers & Suspense, Contemporary Romance
Title: Darkest Night
Series: Sons of Broad #1
Author: Tara Thomas
Publisher: St. Martin’s Press

Source: NetGalley
Pages: 352
Date: 2.27.18
Rating: 5/5

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Dear Reader,

Wow is the first word that came to mind when I finished this thing. I was only expecting a high thriller but as a hopeless romantic, I was pleasantly surprised to have gotten as much romance as I did. I immediately clicked with the writing, I loved the good flow of it, and it swept me away to a place where three brothers lived, showing me the life of the youngest brother and his lady love.

It was very blunt and didn’t linger on any one thing too long, which I appreciated. It kept the suspense going while giving you that old-flame romance and drama, and I got enough detail to build the scene in my mind and not get bored. I liked the characters, and though one of the antagonists was a bit cliche, it still made things really dramatic, which I liked.

Great writing, a clean cut get-back-together, scary suspense, and an ending that leaves you wanting more. Check. It. Out.

Happy Reading,

A Little Darling



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