Screams. Flames. Shivering alone in the bitter Alaskan night – That’s all I can remember from before.
I don’t know where I came from or who I am, and I’m fairly certain I don’t want to. I am absolutely certain about Andi Campbell, though; she’s my light at the end of the tunnel, but I can’t tell her that.
Most of True, Alaska, still shuns me because I won’t speak, but not The Campbells – and that would change if they ever found out what Andi and I did when her mother was missing last summer. Andi seems to agree, and we steer clear of each other now.
But Andi’s sister Delilah is getting married, and it’s impossible to avoid one another at Hennessy Cove, the secluded inn the bride and groom booked for their intimate ceremony. From the moment we touch down, something about the place fills me with dread. And every time I cross paths with the smiling innkeeper, I break out in a cold sweat.
Knowing Andi’s sleeping in the room next door just makes that fever worse.
★★★★ 4 𝓢𝓽𝓪𝓻 𝓡𝓮𝓿𝓲𝓮𝔀 ★★★★
True Gold was such a great book. I was happy with how it ended. When I heard there was going to be a second book, I was elated but reserved at the same time. This book is a book that I didn't know I was missing in my life. I am so glad Pace decided to write it.
Boone, Boone, Boone. The quiet, elusive, mountain man. I am so happy to have his story and a happy ending all the way around for him. Love and vengeance has never been better.
Midnight Son is written in present tense with small flashbacks telling a whole different story. Past and present collide in the a very coincidental way. This book couldn't have been written in a better way. I devoured it. I didn't want it to end.
This book is full of great characters, great writing, redemption for some, healing for all. Boone and Andi aren't the only ones who get their happily ever after in this book. There is an abundance of healing and repaired relationships in this book. If you haven't read either book in this series, I highly recommend them.