A two-book bundle of the hottest New Adult books around - THE EDGE OF NEVER and THE EDGE OF ALWAYS.
In THE EDGE OF NEVER, twenty-year-old Camryn has always known that she wants a life less ordinary. But when tragedy strikes, she boards the next bus leaving town, destination unknown. On a journey of self-discovery, she meets another lost soul, Andrew Parrish, who harbours his own dark secrets… Andrew shows Camryn what it’s like to live by your own rules and how good it feels like to give in to your deepest, darkest desires. But the dark shadow of Andrew’s secret is looming. Will it push them together – or tear them apart forever?
THE EDGE OF ALWAYS follows Camryn and Andrew on their next big adventure in their life less ordinary. But out of the blue, their perfect life together is rocked by tragedy. Struggling to cope with a different future, Andrew soon realises that Camryn is hiding a world of pain. Desperate to bring her back to life, Andrew is sure that if they can get out on the road again, everything will fall into place. If only he can convince Camryn that their love is worth fighting for…
‘A sensual, pulse-racing romp that's bound to have you lusting for more! Will give you goosebumps – in a good way…’ REVEAL
‘I could not put The Edge of Never down. This is one of the best books I have read this year and I am sure this book will be one that is talked about as much as Twilight/Fifty Shades was!’ REA BOOK REVIEW
‘Amazing! I know it sounds like the typical boy meets girl story but please believe me when I say it is so much more. Much, much more.’ Besotted with BookS
About the author
J.A. Redmerski, New York Times, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of THE EDGE OF NEVER lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her three children and a Maltese. She is a lover of television and books that push boundaries and is a huge fan of AMC’s The Walking Dead.
Customer ReviewsSee All
1st book better than the 2nd
As this edition had both books, I would rate The Edge of Never 4 stars and The Edge of Always 3 stars. I really enjoyed book one and thought the dialogue between the two was great whilst they were on the road and I was drawn in wanting to know what happened next. But with book two, it was a little predictable and dragged a bit, so took me a while to get through.
The whole story was so enjoyable, funny and sad to the point of crying, highly recommend you read both books.
The edge of never
Beautifully written you can feel the emotion with in each page