When you play with the devil, you'd better not turn your back.
Beau never intended to fall in love, but what was once his conquest has become his prize. Until he ends up in the same position he was ten years earlier—between Lola’s legs and begging to have her. So when she purposely disappears into thin air, leaving him empty-handed and alone, Beau is consumed with the need to find her.
As Lola gets farther from his reach, Beau is driven to the brink of insanity trying to get to her. When he finds himself at the ledge, he has to decide if he can let Lola go for good—or if he’s going to bring her down with him.
Night Edge is book four in the Night Fever Serial. Reader discretion is advised due to mature themes. 41,000 words.
Night Fever Serial reading order:
Night Fever (Night Fever 1)
Night Call (Night Fever 2)
Midnight (Night Fever 2.5)
Night Moves (Night Fever 3)
Night Edge (Night Fever 4)
Review by Brittany
This review contains spoilers from the previous three books.
After Lola pulls off her plan and leaves Beau desperate and angry, she drives across the country so that Beau can’t find her. She uses mostly cash, determined not to leave a trail. One night she uses a credit card and Beau has her on his radar.
But when he goes to get her, she’s gone again. Every time Beau believes he has her in his grasp, she slips right through his fingers. Lola doesn’t want to be found, but Beau wants to find her.
Both Beau and Lola struggle with their feelings for each other in this book. Beau is angry that Lola left him, hurt that she did that to him. Lola is…confused. She wanted to make Beau feel how he made her feel, but she loves him. She thinks about him constantly, even if she doesn’t want to. Is she stubborn enough not to return?
When Beau finally gets to her, the resulting conflict is explosive. I won’t say more than that, but it is definitely the way I pictured the resolution between them. Being so close to the person you want to spend the rest of your life with, but not sure how or if it will even happen. Definitely movie screen worthy.
I have been in a funk for six months when it came to reading. My attention would always find something else to focus on whenever I tried to read. I had read books one and two when they came out and I was anxiously waiting for book three. And even though it came out later than it should have, it was definitely worth it because not only was book three FANTASTIC, but we got a book four too!
These characters are very volcanic. They are so unpredictable too. These two will keep you on your toes the entire time. Beau changes so much throughout this book. You know from books previous he was married to his work and used his money to get whatever he wanted, but he goes on this journey, not just literally, but figuratively. He changes, but in a good way. He’s still the same Beau, but he looks at things differently.
I want more! I really think Jessica should write a book five, telling the tale of Brigitte, Beau’s sister. She is a crucial background character who definitely has a story that’s worth writing and reading about. I know a lot of people would agree.
Another five stars from me!
Video Review for the Night Fever SERIES by Brittany
About Jessica Hawkins
Jessica Hawkins grew up between the purple mountains and under the endless sun of Palm Springs, California. She studied international business at Arizona State University and has also lived in Costa Rica and New York City. To her, the most intriguing fiction is forbidden, and that’s what you’ll find in her stories. Currently, she resides wherever her head lands, which is often the unexpected (but warm) keyboard of her trusty MacBook.
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