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Sundown by Susan May Warren: Book Review

 *Book received for consideration. All thoughts are my own.

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.

Susan May Warren is the USA Today bestselling author of nearly 90 novels with more than 1.5 million books sold, including the Global Search and Rescue and the Montana Rescue series, as well as Sunrise and Sunburst. Winner of a RITA Award and multiple Christy and Carol Awards, as well as the HOLT Medallion and numerous Readers' Choice Awards, Susan makes her home in Minnesota. Find her online at www.susanmaywarren.com, on Facebook @SusanMayWarrenFiction, and on Twitter @SusanMayWarren.

Sundown is the third and final book in the Sky King Ranch series. Each novel in this series really does pick up where the previous left off, and as such they are definitely best read in order to fully understand and appreciate the story. 

Susan May Warren is among my top favorite authors, and for good reason... she certainly knows how to write a larger than life, epic story that you cannot help but be drawn into. Sundown (and the entire Sky King Rach series) is a wonderful example of that. Right from the beginning I was once again drawn right back into the action, and I didn't want to stop reading until the very end. As a fan of Susan May Warren's, I do love how she wove together characters from many of her previous series so we were able to catch up with them a bit more... this connection of worlds is something that she is really great at, and something that I appreciate as a reader. (But if this is the first of her series you're reading, you won't feel lost!)

Overall, I thought this was a fantastic ending to the series. While I am always sad to see a good series end, I'm certainly looking forward to what comes next.


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