BOOK TWO IN THE WESTBRIDGE SERIES
USA Today Bestselling Authors A. M. Wilson and Alex Grayson return to Westbridge with the sequel to Pitch Dark. Detective Niko James may have found what he was looking for, but his brother Reece has no idea what's coming for him.
Lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Or so they say...The small town of Westbridge isn't so lucky.
When his brother's best friend went missing eighteen years ago, Reece James swore to himself that the pain of loss would never touch him. Walls of concrete fortified his resolve, and as a grown man, he keeps to himself and works hard to earn an honest living. No wife, no kids, not even a dog to rely on him.
His quiet life is upended when strange things start happening to him. As the events escalate, he can't continue to blame the neighborhood kids who roam freely at night. Forced to report a break in, he anticipates a swift investigation and the person responsible to be caught.
What he doesn't expect is the woman he's loved in secret for twenty years to return to town and lead the investigation.
His attempt to protect Dani as kids was pathetic at best, but when his stalker gets wind of a woman in his life, no matter that she's merely investigating a case and nothing more, Reece will do anything to keep her out of harm's way. Including sacrificing himself.
What his captor has in store will rock the very foundation Reece lives upon and will force him to face his past head on for a chance at survival.
Poor Reece has no idea what's coming for him.
Content Warning: This book contains scenes that may depict, mention, or discuss: abduction, assault, attempted murder, blood, emotional abuse, hospitalization, hostages, kidnapping, physical abuse, rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, slavery, stalking, torture, violence
Broad Daylight can be read as a total standalone. Reece and Dani's story is complete and contained within. However, there are characters from Pitch Dark that appear in Broad Daylight. If you prefer to have a full understanding of their stories, we recommend starting with Pitch Dark, otherwise, dive straight into the twisted goodness of Broad Daylight and circle back later.