Into the Night

Into the Night

Two FBI agents are caught in a merciless vigilante’s crosshairs in New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden’s electric Killer Instinct seriesLives will be ravaged as two FBI agents confront a mastermind serial murderer in New York Times bestselling author Cynthia Eden’s new Killer Instinct novelSheltered in the shadows of the Smoky Mountains is the suspect who’s summ...

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Title:Into the Night
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Into the Night Reviews

  • Alex ♈

    I wanted my 1st read in 2018 to be a good one.

    I got a very good one 😉

    Amazing heroine. Strong, smart, brave.

    Loved her!

    Good suspense. Great characters.

    Well, happy new year to me 😎

  • Cindy ~ SnS Reviews

    This is Cynthia Eden at her best.. A total page turner with a killer that stayed many steps ahead as he not only profiled his victims but also the team hunting him.

    Interesting twist that a vigilante serial killer was killing serial killers. Definitely got your fill of twisted through out this book. And even though some things were obvious there were twist a plenty that kept you on your toes at guessing what was going on.

    One of the things I've liked about all of these books is finding out how e

    This is Cynthia Eden at her best.. A total page turner with a killer that stayed many steps ahead as he not only profiled his victims but also the team hunting him.

    Interesting twist that a vigilante serial killer was killing serial killers. Definitely got your fill of twisted through out this book. And even though some things were obvious there were twist a plenty that kept you on your toes at guessing what was going on.

    One of the things I've liked about all of these books is finding out how each of the profilers lives were touched by a serial killer in their pasts – which was a requirement to be on the special FBI team. Samantha Dark's history held the top spot until this book. Macey's was pretty twisted and how that carried over into present day was another thing that kept you turning the pages..

    Rowan and Macey also tied with Blake and Samantha as being my favorite couple in the series. Rowan was so dark and broody and alpha with his own past with a killer that still haunts him today.

  • ♥ D r i ♥

    Ah ah ahhhhhhh!

    Mal terminei e já estou com saudade desse povo!

    Eu quero maisssssssssssss!!!! ❤❤❤

    Eu adooooro demais essa série, os personagens, a narrativa... TUDO!!!!❤❤❤

    E pra variar, devorei esse livro! O enredo me prendeu demais!

    Amei rever Samantha & Tucker!!!

    Ressaquinha básica batendo aqui! <3

    Ah ah ahhhhhhh!

    Mal terminei e já estou com saudade desse povo!

    Eu quero maisssssssssssss!!!! ❤️❤️❤️

    Eu adooooro demais essa série, os personagens, a narrativa... TUDO!!!!❤️❤️❤️

    E pra variar, devorei esse livro! O enredo me prendeu demais!

    Amei rever Samantha & Tucker!!!

    Ressaquinha básica batendo aqui! <3

  • Michele

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com

    Into the Night was a dark romantic suspense with lots of curves in the road while I figured out who the killer was. I had my suspicions, but Cynthia Eden threw in a few surprises that kept me glued to the pages right through to the end.

    I feel like every time I read a book by Cynthia Eden I ask myself why I don’t read more romantic suspense. (lol) I just get so caught up in the exciting stories she spins, with all the plot twists and her deeply flawed but

    See the full review at HarlequinJunkie.com

    Into the Night was a dark romantic suspense with lots of curves in the road while I figured out who the killer was. I had my suspicions, but Cynthia Eden threw in a few surprises that kept me glued to the pages right through to the end.

    I feel like every time I read a book by Cynthia Eden I ask myself why I don’t read more romantic suspense. (lol) I just get so caught up in the exciting stories she spins, with all the plot twists and her deeply flawed but completely relatable characters that I don’t want their journey to come to a close. While this book can be read as a standalone, I found that with Bowen and Macey, I was glad to have been following the series and had glimpses of them before–as well as having watched the dynamics between everyone on Samantha’s FBI profiler team.

  • ♥Rachel♥

    Bowen and Macey are partners in Samantha Dark’s unique FBI profiling division, and so even though they’re attracted to each other they’ve kept their relationship professional. That’s about to change when Macey’s dark past becomes their latest case. Emotions that Macey’s been able to lock down and control come churning up and she turns to Bowen for comfort and oblivion, giving in to that powerful sexual pull between them.

    Bowen’s crazy about Macey, but his own dark past and Macey’s reaction has h

    Bowen and Macey are partners in Samantha Dark’s unique FBI profiling division, and so even though they’re attracted to each other they’ve kept their relationship professional. That’s about to change when Macey’s dark past becomes their latest case. Emotions that Macey’s been able to lock down and control come churning up and she turns to Bowen for comfort and oblivion, giving in to that powerful sexual pull between them.

    Bowen’s crazy about Macey, but his own dark past and Macey’s reaction has held him back from revealing his feelings. However, he’s not about to refuse her offer of sex with no-strings now even if he wants more. And with the new threat, a vigilante killer who knows both Macey and Bowen’s past, he’s grabbing on and holding her tight.

    This killer is a few steps ahead of Macey and Bowen, hunting notorious killers while taunting them. It seems he’s focused his sinister attention on them for some unknown reason. They both struggle with a dark past, the reason they were invited to be on Samantha’s profiling team is because they’ve both had personal experience with serial killers. Macey was a friend, colleague, and then victim of “The Doctor”. She barely managed to get away with her life, while “The Doctor” got away to hunt more. Bowen’s link to a serial killer is revealed as the story progresses, and each of their tales figure into this story.

    While I did figure out a couple of things, there were quite a few surprises and twists in this installment. I was on the edge of my seat and enjoyed every minute! Bowen and Macey’s romance was a thrill as well; definite sparks and chemistry, everything I hoped it would be!

  • Leonor

    I was happy when this was delivered on my kindle.

    ~Safe.

    ~Strong, vulnerable and smart heroine.

    ~A good hero.

    Can't wait to read what's next.

  • Marta Cox

    Another twisting story about FBI profilers who have all been brought together due to their own pasts that connected them in some way to serial killers. Some are victims whilst others on the team are predators but all now share a burning desire for justice.

    Macey survived the diabolical 'The Doctor'and hoped he was dead but now it appears he is once again practicing his nefarious tortures . As she knows his opus operandi only too well Macey is sent to Gatlingburgh with her partner Bowen to investi

    Another twisting story about FBI profilers who have all been brought together due to their own pasts that connected them in some way to serial killers. Some are victims whilst others on the team are predators but all now share a burning desire for justice.

    Macey survived the diabolical 'The Doctor'and hoped he was dead but now it appears he is once again practicing his nefarious tortures . As she knows his opus operandi only too well Macey is sent to Gatlingburgh with her partner Bowen to investigate and discover if it is actually her nemesis or a copycat killer.

    This was never predictable and threw out all manner of conundrums as the author wove her story of revenge and a twisted sense of justice. It was fun seeing characters from previous books but I hasten to reassure other readers that I felt it worked as a standalone story. Amidst the madness and murder we also get a satisfying and passionate romance. For me though when at the end Bowen mentioned that Macey already had his heart it made me smile as yes it's very much a happy ending and there's nothing wrong with that!

    This voluntary take is of a copy I requested from Netgalley and my thoughts and comments are honest and I believe fair

  • Shawna

    3.5 stars - Romantic Suspense

  • Dísir

    I sometimes feel for authors who love writing murder mysteries, since these perennially suffer from the inability to hold their readers’ interest, particularly when the cases meld into one another and they stop standing out, even with excellent writing and atmosphere-creation. Throw some romantic suspense in it and the whole story becomes electrified, but that problem of keeping things fresh remains.  

    Cynthia Eden’s ‘Killer Instinct’ series is strange one that keeps going under the radar for me,

    I sometimes feel for authors who love writing murder mysteries, since these perennially suffer from the inability to hold their readers’ interest, particularly when the cases meld into one another and they stop standing out, even with excellent writing and atmosphere-creation. Throw some romantic suspense in it and the whole story becomes electrified, but that problem of keeping things fresh remains.  

    Cynthia Eden’s ‘Killer Instinct’ series is strange one that keeps going under the radar for me, though it really deserves more than a second look. Perhaps this is a strange observation but I think for most of the books in this series, the characters and plots tended to blur into an interchangeable ball of mystery, murder and gore for me. 

    ‘Into the Night’ did feel a tad bit too similar to the point where I couldn’t really distinguish each protagonist from another because all of them had their own secrets, worked for the FBI and turned dirty-talking alphas or wanting, sex-starved women in bed. Yet I did like Bowen and Macey, as I did the other couples (though they weren’t memorable enough to leave their own indelible stamp on me) so that was some conflict for me right there as a RS addict. 

    Thankfully Eden does deliver her twists, knowing full well that a murder mystery isn’t just a straight path leading to the whodunnit moment and that kept me entertained throughout, as did the surprisingly fast switch of relationship between Bowen and Macey. The mystery branches out into something more complex as the story goes on and with a few cases of the hunter getting hunted type of revelations, I got more and more invested as the pages kept turning. There are some parts where disbelief must clearly be suspended—it did get loopy when it was revealed—but by and large, there were hints that made it not too surprising at the end. 

    ‘Into the Night’ isn’t a bad read and I’m going to say this up front. But it’s fatigue that’s setting in on my part, and I’m going with the been there, done that and read that line because it’s true. Like someone with a need of another, bigger and craftier fix, I think I’m jaded when it comes to Eden’s brand of RS (especially the serial killer cases because I've read so many of Eden's books) unless there’s something revolutionary in the works to come.

    *ARC by Netgalley

    (still grateful, as always)

  • RachelW (BamaGal)

    I’m a longtime fan of Eden’s work; but even I am disappointed in a story on occasion. The premise here is good, a serial killer targeting serial killers; but somehow it just didn’t work for me. For one thing, I’ve been experiencing psychological serial killer overkill lately. It’s like that’s the only crime that the FBI investigates in the world of RS books. Then there is the trope of the killer targeting the person investigating the crime. I don’t care for that, and it’s also been overused in t

    I’m a longtime fan of Eden’s work; but even I am disappointed in a story on occasion. The premise here is good, a serial killer targeting serial killers; but somehow it just didn’t work for me. For one thing, I’ve been experiencing psychological serial killer overkill lately. It’s like that’s the only crime that the FBI investigates in the world of RS books. Then there is the trope of the killer targeting the person investigating the crime. I don’t care for that, and it’s also been overused in the books I’ve read lately.

    Too many things that happened were far too contrived and convenient, just to move the plotline in the right direction. Sloppy writing overall. Last but not least, the sex. It started too early, and the sex scenes overpowered the book. The story would just stop dead still for the longest time for yet another sex scene. Honestly, when do these oversexed energizer bunny agents get any real work done? Towards the end, the book turned into a huge potboiler of excess, a soap opera of incompetent and unprofessional FBI agents. Disappointing and frustrating read from an author who can do so much better

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