Tuesday, February 20, 2007
Review: So Dark the Night
Margaret Daley's So Dark the Night was an enjoyable read filled with all the elements I've come to expect from Love Inspired Suspense.
Photographer Emma St. James witnesses the murder of her brother. As she runs from the scene she is shot and then hit be Reverand Colin Fitzpatrick's vehicle. When she wakes up, she has no memory of what happened and can no longer see. She commits to doing everything she can to remember and overcome her disability. She owes it to her brother. What she didn't expect was Colin to become a friend and possibly much more. With Colin's assistance, Emma races to find her brother's murderer before they can come back for her.
The author did a great job making the characters interesting, the conflicts real, and keeping the suspense/murder part of the plot moving. The supporting characters were great and added depth to the book.
I enjoyed this book and recommend it if you like your suspense seasoned with romance. It would be a perfect take along for a spring vacation or other trip.