Vikings meet outlaw bikers in this scorching dystopian romance from USA Today bestseller, Megan Crane.
Tyr, a powerful man in a ravaged world, needs only three things to survive:
1. His weapons.
2. Basic resources.
3. A rotation of eager women who can give him the kind of down and dirty sex he needs.
But when a beautiful prisoner grabs his attention during a mission to restock his clan's supplies, Tyr's alpha instincts give way to something much darker--a strong, unquenchable craving that cannot be ignored...or denied.
After two years on the run, Helena is snared by this powerful clan of hardware-wielding, tattooed, steel-eyed raider warriors who roam the land unchallenged. Strong to her core and with a mission of her own, Helena knows she doesn't have to be their captive for long.
However, despite all the terrible things she's heard about these brutal beasts, Helena is overcome by intense desire for the one ruthless man who has claimed her. As their passion escalates, Helena will have to trust in Tyr in order to save both what's left of this desolate, torn-up world...and herself.
Called a "[A] thrilling, intense, and intoxicating read" (Once Upon a Book Blog), readers will fall into Edge of Obsession--a rich, intense, deliciously dirty erotic romance.
*Full length romance, featuring a dominating hero, graphic, steamy sex, and an HEA.
To immerse yourself fully in the Edge world, don't miss these other books:
#2: Edge of Temptation
#3: Edge of Control
#4: Edge of Power (Wulf, the Raider King’s novel)
This is a new author for me. It has Great world building. Such a fresh idea. Viking types in a post apocalyptic world....genius.
Well written, extremely sexy barbarians. Lots of steamy heathen sex Hubba Hubba!!
I couldn't put it down and couldn't stop thinking about it while life interrupted my reading.
Well written, did is say that already? Plot was awesome, characters likable and understandable as well.
No grammar or spelling errors either, which is becoming a regular problem. I'm planning on reading all her books. Definitely recommended if you like this genre.
I really wanted to like this but it’s painfully slow. The plot seemed interesting but it was so hard to force interest due to so much unnecessary information. It takes forever to get to a point.