Wait Until Dark

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

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.

The third book in M.L. Buchman's military romantic suspense series featuring the exceptionally kickass heroes and heroines of the Special Ops Aviation Regiment (SOAR).

The Night Stalkers Series:
The Night is Mine (Book 1)
I Own the Dawn (Book 2)
Wait Until Dark (Book 3)
Take Over at Midnight (Book 4)
Light Up the Night (Book 5)
Bring on the Dusk (Book 6)

Praise for M.L Buchman:
"A rousing mix of romance and military action thrills...Buchman blends tender feelings with military politics to keep readers riveted."-Publishers Weekly on I Own the Dawn
"The first novel in Buchman's new military suspense series is an action-packed adventure. With a super-stud hero, a strong heroine, and a backdrop of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue and the world of the Washington elite, it will grab readers from the first page."-RT Book Reviews, 4 Stars on The Night is Mine

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

User Review  - Sara - Goodreads

not as good add the first. This one was more about sitting and waiting with very few action sequences. The first book was definitely more action-packed and faster paced than this one. Read full review

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

User Review  - Goodreads

These just keep getting better. I'm not sure how they are getting past the fraternization rule. that hasn't been clarified at all, after the first book. Read full review

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About the author (2013)

M. L. Buchman has worked in fast food, theater, computers, publishing, and light manufacturing. It's amazing what you can do with a degree in geophysics. At one point he sold everything and spent 18-months riding a bicycle around the world. In 11,000 miles, he touched 15 countries and hundreds of amazing people. Since then, he has acquired a loving lady, the coolest kid on the planet, and lives in Portland, Oregon.

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