FRIENDS SHOULDN'T BECOME LOVERS.
He knows he's not good for her.
Governor of Texas Marcus Deane has been drawn to Ariella Avery since the moment they'd almost been killed by the same man. He just can't stop thinking about her. Marc lives in the limelight. Sweetly shy Ariella is still healing from the trauma of nearly dying. The last thing she needs is the world watching every move she makes. He knows that. It's best if he just keeps his distance. No matter how much it hurts.
But someone knows how he feels and knows of her connections to some highly influential men.
Someone knows… and will use that against Marc however they can.
Unless he can find a way to stop them.
SHE DOESN'T KNOW WHAT TO THINK ABOUT HIM.
Strong, sure, handsome, and far too intense for her, Marc terrifies her on a thoroughly feminine level. Ariella doesn't quite know what to do about him—or how he makes her feel. Even though she tries to resist the kind and caring man behind the political mask, Ariella falls for him and his two wonderful children more and more every time they are together.
But being in the political arena can bring more than just unwanted attention. It can bring out enemies with a grudge. Enemies who will do anything to take what they want. No matter who they hurt.
Now, there's someone out there who wants two things:
—And Ariella for himself...
AS THE NIGHT ENDS is the conclusion to the FINLEY CREEK GENERAL trilogy and is a full-length romantic suspense novel. The Finley Creek series contains large casts of characters, multiple scenes of violence, adventure, dark criminal behavior, cursing by heroes, heroines and villains, a few mild-to-moderate love scenes, and references to subject matter that may distress some readers, including assaults, abductions, mass shootings, child abuse and other dark themes.
As The Night Ends
Terrific reading. Loved the HEA especially, it was well deserved. Plenty of danger and suspense, hard to put down.