Night Edge (Night Fever #4) by Jessica Hawkins ☆ New Release • ARC Review

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.


Beau Olivier had the perfect plan to enact revenge on Lola Winters. 
She refused him one important night all those years ago. 
Despite completing his plan, it didn’t go as effortlessly as he had wanted.
She fell in love. But so did he.

Constantly haunted by Lola, Beau is left behind in shambles back in LA. Meanwhile, Lola has disappeared from the city. He’s furious with losing the game, and determined to track down Lola. Yet there seems to be another underlying motivation for him to find her. 

Lola embarks on a much needed trip. It begins as a plan to escape, but on the way she begins to learn things about herself, her relationship with Beau, and her possible future.

I feel so connected to these characters and all that they’ve been through that now I have this feeling of emptiness within me. And I don’t like it!
I loved the chase that transpired throughout the novel. The suspense kept building and building, and finally when the two came face to face, it all exploded. 

This was a really good ending to the series, but I was left salivating for more Beau+Lola. Their entire journey has been painstakingly long and agonizing, and I enjoyed every single second of it. But, for that very reason I also ached for more happiness when it came to both of them. I’m really hoping for an epilogue of some sort in the near future. 
Nevertheless, this is a really strong finish and well executed from start to finish. I highly recommend you start this serial if you have yet to.
 
Night Fever (Night Fever 1)
Night Call (Night Fever 2)
Midnight (Night Fever 2.5)
Night Moves (Night Fever 3)
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. Some of her favorite things include traveling, her dog Kimo, Scrabble, driving aimlessly and creating Top Five lists. She is the helpless victim of an overactive imagination that finds inspiration in music and tranquility in writing. Currently she resides wherever her head lands, which lately is the unexpected (but warm) keyboard of her trusty MacBook.


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