Review: This Dark Light by Nazarea Andrews


Note: This ARC was provided by the author via InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.

This Dark Light is my fifth Nazarea Andrews read, and it also happens to be my favorite. This latest release from the author has a different feel from the ones I had previously read, but because I refuse to knowingly spoil the story for those of you who have yet to read it, I'm going to have to hold off on what it is exactly that makes it different. Suffice it to say that the story and the cast of characters had me both sitting up and paying attention and then leaning back and simply enjoying the tale Andrews had to tell. If you've never read her novels, start with this one.

Ezra and Austin Ryan are mourning the loss of their close friend and business partner, Scott Cahil, and they hope to find solace in Lightpointe, which is where the lighthouse that belonged to Scott--the same one he left to them--is located. The brothers are in limbo, unsure of what the future holds, especially with their show Out There. Then Austin meets a librarian named Addison and he begins to fall in love. Ezra's heart still aches from missing his best friend, but maybe a mysterious stranger named Milo could be the key to him finding some light in all the darkness.

The author's writing made the pain and loss that the Ryan brothers were going through nearly palpable, especially on Ezra's end. The reason behind their being in Lightpointe had me curious, but as the story went on, I had my own theories as to why Scott had sent them there. In the end, I was right, but that didn't diminish my enjoyment, especially because I so wanted to see how everything would be resolved. This Dark Light is a bittersweet story about brotherhood and friendship, about finding love and dealing with loss, and it is one I easily give five stars to. ♥

Date Read: 13 October 2017

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