About the Book
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.
Other Books in the Series
In My Opinion
Sundown is the final book in Susan May Warren’s Sky King Ranch series and another one I didn’t get to on my tbr last year (it was a busy second half of 2022 for me).
Like all of Warren’s books, I found plenty of romantic tension, action, and alpha males. But Tae is as intelligent as Colt is the guy who gets it done, which both creates friction between them while also making them perfect for each other. All the loose strings from the previous two books are picked back up and tied together here as well.
But there were also a few things I didn’t love about this book. First, we got a lot of Ranger and Dodge’s points of view which doesn’t allow for readers to get to know Colt like we did his brothers. And I feel sorry for any new readers who may have picked up this book without reading previous books by this author because she brought so many characters in from previous series (not just this series but at least two others) and tried to connect the dots of how these people were tied together so much it became distracting and confusing for me. I usually enjoy seeing cameos from previous books, but I felt this one was too much too fast. Finally, this storyline felt very COVID-adjacent. If you’re not ready to go there yet, this book may not be for you.
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