In Daylight Again, more ghosts from Prophet’s past are presenting themselves to be dealt with. This time, it is with the help of his lover Tom Bodreaux. Together, along with Prophet’s old NAVY SEAL team and another mercenary who’s been following him for years, they are to face more adversaries to finally heal some wounds and discover more secrets that will either make or break Tom and Prophet’s relationship and the people around them.
Written in similar fashion as the second book, this one has considerably increased the thrill factor of the series. Each character were introduced well and it’s not as slow-paced as the first book. One thing I disliked about it though is the confusing sequencing every now and then. The editing kinda throws you off at some point. Overall though, I thought the series is getting better. I’m actually excited to read the follow up fourth book and yes, I’ll stop comparing it to the Cut and Run series J
Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars