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Book Review: Gray Days (Black Hat Bureau - Book 9) by Hailey Edwards

Gray Days (Black Hat Bureau - Book 9)
by Hailey Edwards
Sept 21, 2023
Pages: 320
The Black Hat compound is rubble on the ocean floor, the director hasn’t been seen since the explosion that demolished his life’s work, and old enemies have decided it’s open season on the remaining agents. Oh. And Arden has decided now is a great time for a surprise visit to force a confrontation with Rue.

Between holding the Bureau together, searching for her grandfather, and babysitting Arden, Rue has her work cut out for her. But her distraction allows her to be blindsided by a loss that fractures her very soul. Betrayal is a familiar sting for Rue, she barely feels it anymore, but this time? She might not survive it.


This might be my favorite book in the series yet! One, there are quite a few surprises which I always appreciate; two, Arden has reappeared which I was happy about and finally it’s just the team itself including some of the new additions that I just love.

Rue’s head is about to explode with all the different directions she’s being pulled in not to mention trying to keep the grimoire from taking her over and turning her back into a black witch. Even though Rue doesn’t want to admit it, she has empathy for most people and paras and would make the perfect candidate to turn the Black Hat Bureau around. Arden has decided to show up and immerse herself in all things Rue, which Rue is happy about but scared at the same time because she doesn’t want anything to happen to her young friend. One of the biggest things on Rue’s mind that she can’t quite shake is Aeden, there has to be a way to save him without being in breach of contract and she might just be able to do it.

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Denise B
About the Author:
USA Today best-selling author Hailey Edwards writes about questionable applications of otherwise perfectly good magic, the transformative power of love, the family you choose for yourself, and blowing stuff up. Not necessarily all at once. That could get messy.

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