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Publisher: Harper Touch / HarperCollins
Release Date: 2004
ISBN: 0-06-054066-4
Format Reviewed: Paperback
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Genre:   Romantic Suspense
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Mary Lynn
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The Edge of Midnight
By Beverly Jenkins

     When Sarita Grayson finds her neighborhood center in trouble the only way to save the resources for the kids who desperately need the center is to do the unthinkable—make a deal with a gang lord.

    Mykal Chandler's well-planned sting goes badly wrong when he discovers a beautiful, mysterious woman is somehow involved. The woman escapes, leaving Mykal with a flesh wound and a burning need to learn her identity.

     The Edge of Midnight is a fast-paced, exciting read that will show new readers why Ms. Jenkins is a Blackboard bestselling author. It will also reaffirm her skill and ability to continually create wonderful characters and plots that immediately draw readers into her stories.

     In The Edge of Midnight, Ms. Jenkins displays a masterful style that immediately lures the reader into a world of a hard working woman struggling against great odds to do her part for her needy community. At the same time, Ms. Jenkins treats the readers to an intriguing look into a covert government agency and the strong, yet sensitive man who heads it.

   The result is a book that leaves the reader satisfied on more than one level. If you're looking for a sexy, romantic read…if you like action…if you like novels with characters you can fall in love with, you need look no further than Beverly Jenkins's The Edge of Midnight.