Falcon is the unplanned sequel to Nightwatch. I originally planned for Nightwatch to be a stand alone novel. It can be read as one as well, but people were clamoring for another Sentry 6 tale. I was talking to my sister, telling her there was no way to make a sequel and she agreed, until we kept talking. "What if something happened to Rat & Roach?" And Falcon was born. It was literally done purely because I love my readers. It was my first venture into writing first person from two heads, and my first time writing from a male perspective. Falcon explores how to make it work when the past won't let go. It pokes into the idea of dual sides in a personality and how to reconcile both in order to find happiness.
From the back of the book
It was supposed to be happily ever after for Emma and Adam. Emma thought it was all behind them. No more guns, no more fights, and no more espionage. But when Rat and Roach are abducted, and their own government turns against them, Adam and Sentry 6 are the only options left.Adam and Emma join Sentry 6 to face a new adversary, and solve the mystery of a ring and its destructive technological abilities. It is unclear if their relationship is an asset or a liability. As the danger builds, their differences threaten to tear them apart. Can Emma survive in Adam's world? Can Adam face the demons of his past? Is there a place for their love in the soldier's heart, or will it only leave them vulnerable to attack?Enter the world of Sentry 6 once more in this thrilling sequel to Nightwatch.
Who will love it?
If you enjoyed Nightwatch, you should enjoy Falcon. It is more heart pumping, more action, and even more fast paced. Last time the reader was in Emma's world, this time the reader falls head first into Adam's world and feels the pressure of Sentry 6 bearing down. It is a clean novel, meaning there are no sexually explicit scenes, but there is some violence, though not overly graphic. Can you survive in the world of Sentry 6?