Eight years ago, Cole Van Buren left me at the altar without a single explanation. My heart’s been at a standstill ever since, the anger keeping me from moving on. Keeping me from seeing the man who’s been right in front of me all this time…
Andrew’s been the friend I needed, the one constant through the hardest times of my life. But one night, the lines blur and we’re tipped into something more. Just when I’m ready to explore what we could be…
My ex comes back.
Cole says he didn’t come to get me back, but I should know better. The answers he dangles overhead are the ones I need to finally let go.
Except there’s no such thing as closure, only a past that wants to pull you backward.
This love story is well written & pulls you in right from the beginning! Very moving & I definitely got a book hangover from this.
I couldn't stop reading
This story takes you on an incredible emotional rollercoaster. I was happy then sad all of sudden. Veronica has such a way with words that I love. Her incorporation of art was great too. I felt like I was in that exhibit! Can't wait to read more!
5 Captivating Stars
WOW! This story will captivate you and tear your heart to shreds all at the same time. Once I started reading I could not put this down. The writing and characters imprint on your heart and you feel every emotion possible! The Edge of Us is so much more than a romance novel, it shows you that your past can come back and interrupt your future if you fail to acknowledge/deal with the past! I loved Mila spunk and how she eventually decides to deal with her demons. There was a point that I didn’t know how the story would end or who Mila would end up with. I have to say that I honestly loved the storyline and how it played out with Mila, Cole, and Andrew. Even during a tragedy, the characters remained real and alluring, you cried and cheer along until the very end!
I’m heading straight to my demons because they only grow bigger if you let them chase you.
Deciding is always the hardest part. The wrong choice could ruin everything.
“People say they want the truth, but then they don’t like the way it sounds. Or the way it makes them feel.”