The hottest New Adult novel that everyone’s talking about – and you’re already dying to read
Twenty-year-old Camryn has always felt different from everyone else around her – not content to be tied down by life's conventions, she’s always known that she wants a life less ordinary. But when tragedy forces her to abandon her plans, she vows never to let her walls down again – and never to fall in love.
But one night in the hottest club in town, her world is turned upside down. Desperate to escape, Camryn packs up the bare necessities and boards the next Greyhound bus leaving town, to find the true self she knows is out there. What she finds instead is a young man who is more like her than she knows. Andrew Parrish needs to find himself too, and harbours his own dark secrets…
Zig-zagging across the country together, Camryn finds herself doing things she never imagined, as Andrew shows her what it’s like to live by your own rules and what it feels like to give in to her deepest, darkest desires. Before she knows it, he’s become the centre of her world. But as the electric love and lust between them intensifies, a dark shadow is looming. Will Andrew’s secret push them together – or tear them apart?
‘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.
Redmerski's self-published new adult romance garnered numerous fans, leading to this trade paper reissue. Camryn Bennett is miserably depressed after the death of her boyfriend and a handful of other crises. She buys a random bus ticket and hits the road to escape her problems. Andrew Parrish is traveling to visit his father, who has terminal brain cancer. The two 20-somethings bond en route with some adolescent banter about music, and after a brief visit with Andrew's father, they decide to drive to New Orleans. The road trip choppily segues into a romance with hints of domination and submission, though the former is not entirely convincing and the latter is undeveloped. Andrew and Camryn consummate their relationship but dilly-dally about commitment until a heavy-handed twist arises; it's quickly resolved in a hurried epilogue. The plot and emotional arc are uneven, but the thin characterization allows readers to fill in the details and enjoy projecting themselves into Andrew and Camryn's story. Devoted fans may pick up this edition for a new chapter from Andrew's point of view.
This book was okay. The little twist towards the end had me bawling my eyes out! Lol good read 👍