Edge of Darkness (T-FLAC, #10)
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Edge of Darkness (T-FLAC #10)

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“Cherry Adair writes for those of us who love romantic-suspense fast and hot.”
–Jayne Ann Krentz

There was magic between them, along with undeniable passion.

An anti-terrorism agent with a warrior's body and a magnetic smile, Duncan Edge is working for T-FLAC's special paranormal unit, on a mission to halt a lethal terrorist cell. Along the way, Duncan crosses paths with Sere...more
Mass Market Paperback, 336 pages
Published August 29th 2006 by Ballantine Books (first published January 1st 2006)
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Kathrynn
Book #10 in the T-FLAC series and #3 in the Edge Trilogy within the T-FLAC series. I didn't care for this one because of the constant bickering between the two main characters--Serena and Duncan Edge. They were both wizards which put a slightly different spin on things.

Saw where this one was going and that's where it went...so no surprises. This book did wrap things up for the Edge brothers and that was good.

So 3 stars from This Reader, because I liked it, but I would not have finished it had...more
Regan
Cherry Adair is such a good romantic suspense writer. The Edge paranormal T-Flac series though left me wondering why she did them. It's pretty hard to write really good romantic suspense and she's one of the very best out there. Her earlire books -- Show and Tell, Hide and Seek, Hot Ice and the others with the men of T-Flac are the best reading. These paranormals left me flat and wondering what they had to do with T-Flac.
PepperP0t (ireadthatbook.com)
4.75stars actually
I enjoyed Duncan Edge & Serena Campbell's romantic battles as well as their battle for the seat on the Wizard's Council in this final entry of the Edge brothers saga of the series. Since the backstory for the brothers has been split between t he three installments more time was spent on the frustrated romance Duncan & Serena shared. Their squabbles felt very natural and comfortable as they should since they each had been fighting mutual attraction since childhood. Seren...more
Kathy
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Rosi
Last in the Edge Trilogy. I had to give it a two star rating as it took me a very long time to finish. I read several books in between the send in the trilogy. At first, I was very excited to find out how all three will tie in, but it failed to deliver. I am finding out that I do not like brooding males or novels where the hero and heroine act like they don't like each other, yet they have sex.
Serena and Duncan have a history that spans since childhood. Their attraction for each other is manifes...more
Rebecca
This is the first Cherry Adair book I've read, and while I wasn't thrilled with certain parts of the plot, I really enjoyed her writing. I'll definitely be reading more of her books, even though romantic suspense isn't my favorite genre. I was surprised to see that this ties up some ends from two other books, so it's actually part of a triology for 3 brothers, despite being marked as book #10 in the T-FLAC series. This book could easily be read as a stand alone novel.

There are two reasons I rate...more
Juana "Darkness" Duran
Duncan Edge is asked by his long time mentor to take care of Serena Brighman safe. But Serena is apposed to all his plans and forces Duncan to kidnap her for her own protection. Add to that a killer who is killing off wizards from Duncan's wizard council and you got trouble. Duncan goes on a search to find out who is killing his friends, and then starts getting suspicious about his long time friend Trey. Along the way Serena tries and tries to get away from him so she doesn't grow to care for hi...more
Mom
It was good. It tied up the trilogy. It had some surprises I didn't expect.

An anti-terrorism agent with a warrior's body and a magnetic smile, Duncan Edge is working for T-FLAC's special paranormal unit on a mission to halt a lethal terrorist cell. Along the way, Duncan crosses paths with Serena Campbell, a woman of dazzling wizardry and astonishing beauty who Duncan suspects is being unwittingly used by terrorists for a vast murderous undertaking. But Serena will marshal every ounce of her ener...more
Trish
This book took way to long to pull me in. I knew who the bad guy was early and it was not really suspenseful to me. The action was in the last 40 pages of the book and too much description in the first 130 pages that did not seem relevant later. I would have rated this one a two but I love other books that I have read from the author and I did enjoy the last part of the book. However, I really should learn to put down a book when I am not into it. It is a good story that I am sure others would e...more
Shelley Hoerauf
I really enjoyed the book the Edge of Darkness, the 3rd book in The Edge brother's trilogy. It wrapped everything up. Ended up tying all 3 books together & the 3 brothers actually do the final battle together. I did like Duncan & Serena's story a lot better than the other 2 Edge brothers, I think it was due to them growing up together & realizing they are lifemates later on. I like the twists in this story, especially who Serena's ancestor is. I especially like the epilogue & how...more
Garmieturtel
Had to give a fourth star, just because the epilogue caught me totally off guard. Its nice to not have everything as figured out as I thought.
♆ BookAddict ~ La Crimson Femme
I came across Ms. Adair's work and thought, why not, give it a try. The worse that could happen is I don't like the book. I fell hard for Ms. Adair's books. I do like romantic suspense and all the spy stuff. Does Ms. Adair glorify it so that it is neatly packaged, yes. Is it realistic to the rigors of true special ops work, probably not. But a gal can still dream. Duncan Edge is pretty cool in this story. I liked how he's able to figure things out. I do enjoy the T-FLAC organization. I recommend...more
Linda
Oct 02, 2012 Linda rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: everybody
This is the first book in a triology about three wizard brothers. They work for T-Flac in the paranormal division. The background of the series is the Edge family is cursed. There will be three sons born every generation and their lifemate will each die. When Gabriel meets Eden Cahill and realizes that she is his lifemate, he has some decisions to make. Read the book and see what he decides to do. It’s a good book and I recommend it to everybody
Stephanie
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Meaghan
loooove these books!
Patricia Lundstrom
Good read -full of action -a little padding but skimmed over it
Chills
PARANORMAL WIZARDRY, DANGEROUS MISSIONS, TERROISIM
AND SEXY ENERGY IS THE ORDER OF THE DAY.
DUNCAN EDGE IS ONE HOT DUDE WHO WONT TAKE NO FOR AN ANSWER
AND SERENA IS ONE SASSY FEMALE LEAD-LOVED THE SPARRING-
AND AWAITED ON TENTERHOOKS AS THEY TRY TO OVERCOME
THE DARKNESS TOGETHER.
Kelsey
Out of the Edge Trilogy, Edge of Darkness was my favourite. Cherry Adair nailed the ending, tying everything together for one of the best endings I have read (Out of her books). It was also nice because you don't necessarily have to read them in order, unlike some trilogies.
Glynda Roy
I love all the T-flac series and highly recommend every one Cherry Adairs books. I read this one again this month and will read the others again soon. Check out her cool website where she has all the books listed and pictures of all her heroes. (Wow)
Mandi
THE OTHER 2 BROTHERS MIGHT HAVE BEEN ON FIRE BC THEY WERE HOT BUT DUNCAN IS LITERALLY ON FIRE! THAT'S HIS POWER AND HE KNOWS HOW TO USE IT, DARK AND BROODY HE OOZES SEX APPEAL. THE LAST BOOK IN THE TRILOGY, IT HAD ME HOPING FOR A LONG LOST BROTHER!
Sue
Book ten in the Tflac series, book three in the Edge trilogy. Great premise great characters. The Edge trilogy can be read alone or in context. Any way you read you will enjoy it.
Brianna
um...not one of my favorites. i hated the constantly hatred from both parties in involve thought it was a surprise to find out who was behind the whole curse thing.
Colleen
Great wrap up to Edge trilogy that is within the TFLAC series. Hopefully will get another glimpse into their lives in another TFLAC book.
Re
I enjoyed this book, a good ending I might add. Duncan and Serena's story was a good read. This is the first series I have read from Cherry Adair.
Joyce
As you would expect from Cherry..just the right mix...intrigue, emotion , sex all meshed together for a great read....love this series!!!
Maureen
Kudos to Cherry Adair for managing to surprise me at the end. That doesn't happen that often.
Kari
Feb 27, 2011 Kari rated it 3 of 5 stars
Shelves: 2011
I liked this one the least of the Edge brothers trilogy. Got tired of hearing about the curse.
Anne
It was good, but I can only give 3 stars, not 4, because I was a bit bored, too.
Erotic Horizon
Edge of Darkness (The Men of T-FLAC: The Edge Brothers, Book 10) by Cherry Adair (2006)
Cheryl Meares
Great SEXY read!!
If you read one of this series, you MUST read them all.
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Always an adventurer in life as well as writing, New York Times best-selling author Cherry Adair moved halfway across the globe from Cape Town, South Africa to the United States in her early years to become a interior designer. Now a resident of the Pacific Northwest she shares the award- winning adventures of her fictional T-FLAC counter terrorism operatives with her readers.

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