Wait Until Dark

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2013 - Fiction - 376 pages
17 Reviews

Praise for I Own the Dawn:

"A rousing mix of romance and military action thrills...Buchman blends tender feelings with military politics to keep readers riveted."—Publishers Weekly

"I can't wait for the next book."—RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars

"Filled with action, adventure, and danger."—Booklist Starred Review

Name: Big John Wallace
Rank: Staff Sergeant, Chief Mechanic and Gunner
Mission: To serve and protect his crew and country.

Name: Connie Davis
Rank: Sergeant, Flight Engineer, Mechanical Wizard
Mission: To be the best...and survive.

Two Crack Mechanics, One Impossible Mission

Being in The Night Stalkers is Connie Davis's way of facing her demons head-on, but mountain-strong John Wallace is a threat on all fronts. Their passion is explosive, but their conflicts are insurmountable. When duty calls them to a mission no one else could survive, they'll fly into the night together—ready or not.

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Review: Wait Until Dark (The Night Stalkers #3)

User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

This is the book that drew me to this series and it didn't disappoint. The stories in the series build on each other, but they can be read alone and not miss any important plot points. Well written and entertaining as well as informative. Don't miss them. Read full review

Review: Wait Until Dark (The Night Stalkers #3)

User Review  - Bukcrz - Goodreads

Ok, I admit this author is officially a favorite of mine. Some series, when you pick the next book, you almost forgot what happened on the last one. Not for me on this series and that's why I hope ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

M. L. BUCHMAN has worked in fast food, law, opera, computers, publishing, and light manufacturing. Burnt out on the corporate ladder, he spent 18 months riding a bicycle around the world. Since then, he has acquired a loving lady, the coolest kid on the planet, and he lives in Lincoln City, Oregon .

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