With NightHawk newly reformed and preparing for a world tour, Abi Hawk finds herself unaccountably insecure about the attention her husband Gideon, the band’s frontman, will receive from groupies. In New Zealand for the first leg of the tour and a visit with Gideon’s sister, they are faced with a new problem. An outrageous claim pushes Abi’s insecurities to new heights, and it takes all their resolve to stick together and sort it out.
Meanwhile their daughter Natasha goes on an adventure of her own, one that places her in danger from an old adversary, forcing Abi and Gideon to summon all their combined strengths to rescue her.
Cobwebs In The Dark is the third novel in The NightHawk series.
The whole series is a great read and I think aimed for the YA/adult market.
Personally I would suggest reading all books in order to get the most of these books. Even though the author does go over some of what occurs in the previous books I don’t think readers will get the full picture unless they read them all, which in turn will give them better understanding of some of the characters.
It was great to catch up with Gideon and Abi again as well as the other familiar characters and some new ones. It was kind of obvious with how the second in the series ended how the story was going to play out in this one. Not that, that made it any less enjoyable as it doesn’t.
I love Natasha, she has been through quite a journey in her relatively short life which I think makes her a lot more maturer for her age, though she is still very vulnerable. She is a really good kid though whose heart is very much in the right place.
The author seems to spend quite a bit of time going back and forwards in the books so that we can find out things about the characters in the past and obviously to what’s going on in the present. To be honest this was the only thing that didn’t quite work for me this time as I really didn’t think the parts from the past were that important to the future. For me it would have worked better just keeping it to the present only, other than that this is yet another great book in the series.
Cobwebs In The Dark is an enjoyable read that easily engages with the reader. It is quite a gentle story that picks up pace towards the end and has the reader totally hooked. Very glad to see there is yet more to come from this series.
My thanks to the author for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Goodreads rating 4/5 stars.
Cobwebs in the Dark (The NightHawk Series) is available to purchase from Amazon.