ARC Review: Over the Edge by C.D. Reiss

Title: Over the Edge
Author: C.D. Reiss
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Type: Book 4 of 4 from The Edge series
POV: First Person – Dual
Expected Publication: August 19, 2018



From New York Times Bestselling author, CD Reiss.

The epic conclusion to the intense and dark Edge Series.
Limits tested.
Boundaries shifted.
Descend into sanity.



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ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

Greyson Frazier thought she saved her husband Caden St. John from a certain fate when she made a move that could risk her career. What she didn’t consider was how it could affect her as a person. Forced to face her demons, she must decide to let Caden in or gamble losing herself.

“I hate to see you like this. I hate it. I know this is as much a part of you as the woman I married, and I love every fucking piece of you. But I’m afraid we’re being forced to live our lives in pieces.”

At the end of last book, I wondered which direction this one is going to go. What happened last time was interesting, however I felt it was repetitive here. It was something that I already experienced so it felt slow and detached.

Faced with her need, maybe I had the strength. I wouldn’t abandon her. Maybe I was the one unfolding.

However, I’m glad the pace picked up towards the end of the book. The revelation of Greyson’s past added layers to her character and made the story more engaging.

I wanted to rip her apart. Break her.

Over The Edge is the conclusion of The Edge series. It’s recommended to readers looking for a sexy romance with element of suspense.

Note: I have a soft spot for that one character. I wanted to know more about his issue/situation. 

Final Verdict:

This review is also available on Goodreads.

Books in the series:
Cutting Edge (The Edge, #0.5) by C.D. Reiss Rough Edge (The Edge, #1) by C.D. Reiss On the Edge (The Edge, #2) by C.D. Reiss Broken Edge (The Edge, #3) by C.D. Reiss Over the Edge (The Edge, #4) by C.D. Reiss



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