A sexy and intense prequel to The Edge Series.
There's a war going on.
I need to pay attention to my job, not the surgeon. Not his sky-blue eyes or the confidence in his hands. Not the smile under his mask or the way it fits on his jaw.
And doctor or not, gorgeous or not, only a complete jerk would drop his pants in front of me just as a show of dominance.
But he's a force of nature, and I don't think I can resist him much longer.
It's not until I'm the casualty and he's standing over me that I realize I love him.
I want to tell him before I go under. Just a few words before we're separated.
But it might be too late.
The Edge Series.
Cutting Edge (prequel)
On the Edge
Over the Edge
Great intro to the series
This prequel was a great introduction to Greyson and Caden and how their relationship started. It takes place in 2004 and is told from Greyson’s POV. I am a novice about pretty much everything that pertains to the US military. But, to me, it appeared that CD completed a lot of research to make this story as real as possible. I was really impressed with the amount of details she included pertaining to the military, Greyson’s rank/job responsibilities, Caden’s rank/job responsibilities, and the differences between their military careers (Greyson looked at her career as a lifelong commitment, where Caden’s career was time-limited). Their relationship progressed quickly, but I feel that is not abnormal when people are in those kinds of life and death situations. Both Greyson and Caden experienced so many things that reiterated the point that anything can happen at any time and we’re not always guaranteed to have a tomorrow. Because of that, their relationship skipped the “normal” progression of a relationship that is featured in most romance/erotica books. I loved how CD ended the prequel. Even though I knew that Greyson and Caden are married in the next book of the series, CD was able to make me question what happened between the end of Cutting Edge and the beginning of Rough Edge. I really enjoyed this prequel and am looking forward to seeing how some of the events in this book may play into the subsequent books of the series.
One of the best things I have read.
The book skips which makes following the timeline difficult. The book is short and the plot isn’t understandable. I have no idea what the climax or rising action is. The book has a lot of holes in the story.