Book Review, Mystery/Suspense

Book Review – Sundown

Sundown by Susan May Warren

Former Delta Operative Colt Kingston knows when someone is lying. He may not know the truth, but he sure doesn’t trust Tae, the woman who is caring for his ailing father at Sky King Ranch. Behind those beautiful blue eyes, he can tell there is a troubled–and smart–woman.

A few of her stories prove true–he’s found the crashed plane and the dead body inside. Still, her story of survival seems too incredible to believe . . . until the thugs she claims to be hunting her show up and threaten Sky King Ranch. Now Tae must disappear, along with her secrets.

But Colt’s not about to let her go it alone. And when they discover that her secrets include the antidote to a plague that threatens the world, it’ll take all three Kingston brothers to save the country they’ve vowed to protect.

Susan May Warren brings her Sky King Ranch series to a climactic close with this high-stakes race against the clock.

My Thoughts

Here it is – the third & final book in this exciting Sky King Ranch series by Susan May Warren.
This series is about three brothers, Dodge, Ranger, & Colt.
This book is Colt’s story. I’ve loved the other two, so I knew I’d also love this one.
Colt has always been the troublemaker, the one who thinks of himself as worth less than the others, and therefore, he has also appointed himself as bodyguard and protector for his family and anyone he loves.
Now he needs to learn to see himself how God sees him. Can he do this while still keeping himself and his loved ones safe?
He’s intrigued by Tae, but isn’t sure he trusts her. But what better way to get to know her than to go with her as she sets out to “save the world” from the next deadly virus outbreak.

This story is so typical of Susan May Warren. It has so much going on. Action, adventure, danger, mystery, and of course, romance. If you love her other books, you are sure to love this one!

Disclaimer: I receive complimentary books from various sources, including, publishers, publicists, authors, and/or NetGalley. I am not required to write a positive review, and have not received any compensation. The opinions shared here are my own entirely. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255

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