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  • Great series finale

    CB Samet's Gray Horizon is closed door romantic suspense that is best enjoyed by those who appreciate more action/suspense than romance. Approximately two years after the second book in the series, Whyte Knight, we’re reunited with Dr. Lillian Whyte and her CIA operative husband Sean Jennings. This time Lily & Sean are separated and working parallel angles to hunt down and dismantle a nuclear bomb. There were small blurbs/paragraphs in each chapter that were snippets of DOD reports from after the main action was occurring. To me, they felt disruptive of the flow and pacing of the story without adding anything useful. I also initially struggled with Lillian’s place in hunting for the nuke. Setting those two points aside, I still really enjoyed this book. Because Lily and Sean are in different countries working their own angles, this feels like multiple stories cohesively coming together for one suspense filled book. There are a lot of action sequences in this one which made it difficult when I had to pause (who needs dinner?). I loved the epilogue giving us the perfect closing to the series. Though, I wonder whether she’s opened the door to a new series featuring Lillian’s brother, Jonathan and his operative girlfriend. Because I would be absolutely thrilled to be transported to that world with Samet at the helm. Leslie Howard repeats her fantastic performance from the first two books. She gives each character, even from other countries, consistent and distinguishable accents. Specifically, Howard’s voice is often a “competent calm” that compliments Lillian’s character perfectly. She evokes emotion and tension in a way that heightens the action. I received a free copy of this audiobook from Story Origin and am voluntarily leaving an honest review.

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