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Publisher Description

When sheltered journalist Charlise “Charlie” Carter first met the brooding and enigmatic presidential hopeful Colin McKenna, it ignited a passionate affair that set both their lives racing in a new, yet terrifying direction. Hunted by her past, Charlie was forced to face her fears and the stalker who could have ruined the future she barely hoped to have. Determined to lay history to rest, she overcame those obstacles to claim her spot next to the influential man she loves.

Now, with the presidential campaign behind them, Colin and Charlie have it all. Power, passion and a love so true nothing could come between them. With the grandeur of the wedding approaching, Charlie is swallowed by the enormity of becoming American royalty. She knows living in the White House, with all its scrutiny, won’t be easy, but she’s more secure with herself and with Colin.

Just when everything settles into a new normal, and it appears nothing can eclipse their bond, the unthinkable happens. Colin’s worst nightmare is brought to life. He must race to save the one woman who brought order to his world and a happiness he never thought possible. With history seeming to repeat itself, Colin fights to hold them together and prepare for a new life that could possibly be the end of Charlie’s. Midnight Sun is a story of redemption and a bond so strong, it rises above pure evil. 

May 7
Addictive Romance
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Jess92201 ,

Loved it!!

This book is full of twists and turns, and romance that will fill your heart up! I loved it!

Humma1 ,

Great read

This one is just as wonderful as the first two in the series. It is action packed and a fast read. So sad to see this series end, would love to have a spinoff with Charlie's sister.
Miller is one of my favorite authors. Her books flow seamlessly and the characters are well developed and likable.

Olderheart ,

Midnight Sun

Story lacks the excitement of the first two books. This book recapped too much of the previous two; there were pages where the dialogue was all about what had already happened. Things picked up later, hence the three stars.

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