Bring on the Dusk by M.L. Buchman

Posted in Action/Adventure/ Contemporary Romance/ Military/Paramilitary/ Reviews/ Romantic Suspense 6th March 2015
Bring on the Dusk by M.L. BuchmanBring on the Dusk (The Night Stalkers, #10) by M.L. Buchman
Series: The Night Stalkers #10
Published by Sourcebooks Casablanca on March 3rd 2015
Pages: 416
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Name: Claudia Jean CaspersonRank: Captain, SOAR - 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment (Airborne) Motto: Night Stalkers Don't Quit
Name: Michael Gibson Rank: Colonel, Delta Force – Special Forces Operational Detachment – Delta ("The Unit")Motto: Without Equal
Mission: To go together where no one else can, and to get out alive with no one the wiser
Five nations surround the Caspian Sea, five nations desperate for the vast resources there, and willing to go to war. It will take all of Claudia and Michael's ingenuity to avert disaster. As they discover how right they are for each other, it will take even more to breach the walls they've so carefully built around their hearts...
The sixth book in M.L. Buchman's military romantic suspense series featuring the exceptionally kickass heroes and heroines of the Special Ops Aviation Regiment (SOAR).
The Night Stalkers Series:The Night is Mine (Book 1)I Own the Dawn (Book 2) Wait Until Dark (Book 3) Take Over at Midnight (Book 4)Light Up the Night (Book 5)Bring on the Dusk (Book 6)
Praise for Take Over at Midnight: "Quite simply a great read. Once again Buchman takes the military romance to a new standard of excellence." -Booklist "Dangerous top-secret missions and sizzling love scenes." -Publishers Weekly"M.L. Buchman's writing is so realistic that one almost forgets it's fiction." -Long and Short Reviews

Reviewing M.L. Buchman’s books is like stumbling over many stepping stones because I never quite know where to begin with the bundle of contradictions that each book presents. The military detail and action are never lacking but sometimes even those get too much for me, to the point where I think character growth could have been sacrificed for that.

‘Bring on the Dusk’ is no different: Buchman’s heroes and heroines are larger than life, almost removed from reality, but the further they are from Emily Beale and Mark Anderson are they allowed to finally be themselves and not get overshadowed by the near-untouchable couple of his first book. Yet the tender way he writes about his characters shine through, his striking prose reaching mythical proportions as he guides them through instances in which they get closer and fall in love. Consequently, I’m always left scratching my head at them; empathising halfway but not fully there, digging in but never reaching the bottom of them.

three-stars

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