The New York Times and USA Today best-selling author Lorhainne Eckhart brings you Edge of Night. Kate and Walker return with more high-stakes suspense and sizzling, red-hot romance.
Kate Sikes has finally met who she believes is "Mr. Right", only Detective Walker Pruett isn’t all about flowers and living happily ever after. In fact, after the greatest night of sex Kate’s ever had, she hasn’t seen Walker once.
However, she refuses to pine away for him, or call him, even though he invades her thoughts and her dreams - until he shows up to investigate a case of robbery at the hotel where she works. Once again, Kate is left to fight Walker’s charms, though she knows he can’t commit, and she’s convinced he’ll eventually break her heart.
Don't miss all the books in this sizzling romantic suspense series:
Kate & Walker
Edge of Night
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What members say
A good HFN but there is one book left.
I started the Kate and Walker series back in October 2018. I fully intended to get to books 2 and 3 right away but got side tracked. I'm glad that I finally made the time to finish this series. In the meantime, I've listened to several other audiobooks from Lorhainne Eckhart so I now have a bit better feel for her work.
Because I listened to books two and three back-to-back it's a little hard for me to do separate reviews. Much of what I say here will be repeated in my review of book three.
Fans of her beloved Friessen family saga should not expect that kind of story from this series. The Kate and Walker books are much grittier and the language is much cruder. I have no problem with that, I read all kinds of books from very sweet to absolutely not sweet. 😊
My opinion of the narrator, Glenda Johnson, has also changed after listening to books 2 and 3. I was pretty harsh in my review of book one of this series but I would give her a solid 4 stars now that I've listened to books two and three. She doesn't really attempt to do a male sounding voice for Walker but she does change her tone and the pacing a bit when he is speaking. I had no problems following the story while I was performing various household tasks.
Edge of Night lets us see Kate in her work environment where Walker shows up while working a case. The investigation leads him, and others, on a hunt for who the bad guys really are and trying to get to the bottom of a complicated case.
The story was fast paced and kept me interested until the end. Edge of Night doesn't have what I would call a cliffhanger but I'm glad that there is another book in the series.
A complimentary copy of this audiobook was provided to me but my review was voluntary and not influenced by the author and/or narrator.