THE EDGE OF NIGHT by Jill Sorenson
The Edge of Night by Jill Sorenson
Reviewed by Nannette
Police officer Noah Young’s good instincts have landed him an opportunity to investigate the rape and murder of a young woman. There’s nothing Noah wants more than to join the homicide team. His desire for April Ortiz might jeopardize his chances, though.
April is a single mother trying to make ends meet. Her feelings for Noah are mutual, but they come from two different worlds. When the killer strikes again their worlds become entwined, bringing danger to her door.
The brutal and dangerous lives of street gangs are depicted with gritty realism in The Edge of Night while the characters’ complex relationships are portrayed with sizzling sensuality and genuine emotion. It’s an exciting, suspenseful story full of twists and turns. April is a single, young mother who’s lived through a lot in her life. She’s fiercely protective of her daughter and trying to do what’s best for her while struggling to make a better future for them both. Noah is a good man and a good cop. His attraction to April is swift and strong and takes them both by surprise. Their relationship is sexual, poignant, and angst-filled. Just as meaningful is the romance between secondary characters Eric and Meghan. I desperately want a happily ever after for them. The Edge of Night is a dark, dangerous, and seductive read. Once started, its well-developed plot and engaging characters make it impossible to put down.