Of all of my novels, After the Night remains one of my personal favorites – and Faith Devlin and Gray Rouillard are two of my favorite characters. Faith is strong, proud, and fearless, and Gray - well, he’s just downright sexy. Faith’s search for the truth about the devastating scandal surrounding her mother and Gray’s father blazes with intrigue. Add some sultry Southern here, and you’ve got a real scorcher of a listen. I hope you enjoy After the Night.
©1995 Linda Howard (P)2010 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
The steam between the two main charactors
"They were drawn to each other inspite of their past"
I generally enjoy reading novels by Susan Elizabeth Phillips, Courtney Milan, Eloisa James, and Liz Carlyle.
No, never. Listening to this book was like walking knee-deep through mud.
Susan Elizabeth Phillips
The antagonist Gray was a sex-addicted bully, constantly threatening Faith, pushing her around, threatening to throw her out of the town, burn down her family's home after throwing them out on the street, making the town afraid to befriend her, and coercing her into sex. No one could have romantic thoughts about someone who had destroyed thier life that way. The writing was juvenile. Every thought (usually about how sexy Gray and Faith were) and plot point was repeated at length at least three times in varying ways. Every unnecessary movent and sight, was also recorded in the most boring way, It was like listening to a 1st grade teacher reading a really bad story.
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