Night is Darkest by Jayne Rylon
Night is Darkest
Lacey Daughtry s consummate end of the week is hindered by disastrous news of her sibling s kill in the line of obligation. Tormented by a rash of strange telephone calls, she swings to her sibling s closest companions and kindred officers for security and solace.
Investing energy in close contact with Mason and Tyler, the two men she s longed for since her first girlhood squash, appears like the response to a supplication. Particularly when they start to investigate the yearning she s harbored for so long.
Be that as it may, the accomplices are holding out on Lacey. Resolved to stifle the most extraordinary aspects of their desire, they consent to settle for sharing the lady they ache for while covering their longing for each other. Until Lacey breaks their resolve, unleashing a deluge of feelings that undermines to occupy them when they can slightest bear the cost of it.