Night Fox by Tia Giacalone (Review)

Night Fox (Hey Sunshine, #2)

5 / 5 Stars

Goodreads Description
Beckett Fox lives his life on the edge between danger and responsibility, and that’s all he’s ever known… until he meets Avery. Now, time at home is more appealing than the do-or-die future he’d always pictured for himself.

Fox has everything he’s ever wanted. But he knows better than anyone that life can change direction faster than the wind.

When an accident threatens to destroy his entire world, Fox will have to choose between fighting for what he loves or letting his past dictate his future.

How much strength does it take to move forward when history seems determined to knock you down? And how do you find the path to redemption when you don’t even recognize your own life?

My Review

Oh my god. I just….it’s been 36 hours since I finished this book, and I tried to give myself time to calm down since finishing it, but I am so obsessed with this series….I’m just in desperate need of the last book in the trilogy.

Deep breath..okay. Where to begin. Well, this book was so unique because it was from Fox’s perspective, which was entirely different from the first read, which was from Avery’s perspective.  Night Fox allowed the reader to see through Fox’s eyes – his reactions and thought process.

I absolutely loved the way that this middle book in the series wasn’t the typical “dry” segue into the final book. This was a story all its own and kept me reading from the very first page.  I was absolutely captivated by how dark Fox’s thoughts were and was eager to find out where this story was going.

I was so overwhelmed and stressed at moments, and the end of the book just killed me.

Bottom line, I love Fox at least triple what I did before and that was already a ton. Now I just get to die waiting for the release of the last book.




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