Monday, 11 July 2016

Silence in the Dark by Patricia Bradley


When Bailey Adams left Logan Point two years ago for Mexico, she thought she was getting away from her problems. Running into her ex-fiancé Danny Maxwell was not part of the plan - neither was being chased through the city by the local drug cartel, the Calatrava. Now despite her best efforts, Danny is her only chance of escaping the people chasing her and getting back to Logan Point safely. Can Bailey find the strength to face what's coming? And in the midst of the chaos, can she keep herself from falling in love with her rescuer all over again?

Review: Silence in the Dark, the 4th book in a series called Logan Point, made me want to go back and read the rest of this series because it was the good! From the way this book is written, I believe Bailey and Danny are recurrent characters in this series, though they were new to me! I wish I had read the first three books in Logan Point before picking up Silence in the Dark, but this book was definitely able to stand on its own. So, if you're like me and don't have the first three books, don't hesitate to pick up Silence in the Dark and give it a go - you can follow the story just fine without reading the previous books.

There was a lot to like about Silence in the Dark.  It was well written and the characters were multi-faceted and believable. The bad guys were not completely bad and the good guys weren't perfect. The story was fast paced and wove through many characters and places, and left me wondering what was going to happen in the end. A lot of mystery novels make the bad guys so completely evil that you don't really have to guess who the villain is. What I liked about this book is that a lot of the characters had ill motives, they were all flawed, and it was really just a matter of each characters choices in difficult situations and coping mechanisms that sorted the criminals from the non. This book really kept me turning the pages and was an interesting, fast read.

Without getting into it to much (as I don't want to ruin anything), the chemistry between Bailey and Danny is certainly sparking in this book. I'm looking forward to reading more of their story in future books.

I would definitely recommend Silence in the Dark.

Thank-you so much to Graf Martin Communications for a copy of this book!

"Book has been provided courtesy of Baker Publishing Group and Graf-Martin Communications, Inc." in exchange for my honest opinion. 

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