The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1)
Publisher: J.A. Redmerski
Pages no: 423
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Road Trip
, New Adult
Loved!!! One of my favorites of 2013!!!
Simply put, words have not yet been invented to adequately describe how I feel about this novel. As jumbled emotions course throughout my veins, my heart tries to put itself back together. Music plays in the background, singing of millions of dreams, and the sound of a song when it hits you just rig...
Two young adults running from their problems meet up and find insta-love on a bus. I thought this story had promise with the opening scene, but I was a little disappointed to see that Camryn thought the answer to her problems was to get on a bus for some random destination. If you have ever travele...
2.5“Pain is pain.”The Edge of Never was an interesting read for me. This was one where the reviews I’ve read for it were split, people loved it or hated it. Me? Neither. I didn’t love it, but I didn’t hate it. It was okay. Parts were good, parts were ridiculous, and parts pissed me off. The story be...
I really love road romances and this one would have been great if only it had a Thelma and Louise type ending. Camryn and Andrew driving off a cliff would have been a more realistic and, frankly, happier conclusion than what I read. The writing is mostly sub-par, the actions of the characters are f...