Monday, 27 August 2018

Blog Tour & Review ~ Over the Edge (The Edge #4) by CD Reiss

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“This series grips you by the throat and refuses to let go—and you’ll be begging for more the entire time.” — Sierra Simone, USA Today Bestselling Author 

Over the Edge, the stunning conclusion to the “intensely sexy” and “mind-blowing” Edge Series by New York Times bestselling author CD Reiss is available now!

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The epic conclusion to the intense and dark Edge Series.
Limits tested.
Boundaries shifted.
Descend into sanity.

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This is Caden and Greyson's final story.

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Our Review:

Reviewed by Donna ~ 4 stars
***ARC received for an honest review***


“Lucidity isn’t always sanity. Illusions can seem clear and reasonable.”


After the end of book three, Broken Edge, I was left perched on the edge of my seat, my heart in my mouth and my mind running a mile a minute wondering where CD Reiss was going to take it. That cliffhanger literally sent me Over the Edge, pun intended and CD Reiss certainly delivered with another action-packed final instalment. The end of this series is bittersweet for me, I absolutely adore these characters, and now that we have come to the end of the line, I don’t want to see them go.

In Over the Edge, due to what Greyson did at the end of Broken Edge, she has to face her past head-on, whether she wanted to or not. I love that we found out so much more about her, she has always been a character in control, the backbone to the couple and this time the roles are reversed, and Caden doesn’t disappoint, he more than steps up, putting himself and his career on the line.


“If you took my arms and legs away, I’d know who I was. Take my eyes, my ears, I’d still be me. But my sanity?” She blinked, and the tears fell. “Who am I?”


The chemistry and connection that these two have is absolutely stunning, CD Reiss only layers this further in this book and their inner strength as individuals and as a couple only intensifies leaving the reader wanting what they had. That kind of connection only comes along once in a lifetime, and no matter what hurdles were put in front of them, these two always faced it head on and a hundred percent committed.


“Oh, fuck the line.” I took her chin and made her look at me. “Fuck all the lines. Draw me a million fucking lines, and I’ll cross all of them to get to you.”


Greyson’s past was enlightening and goes to prove that even professionals in her field have baggage and issues of their own. While I did find the split a little repetitive, I did love that this gave the reader the ability to find out all about Greyson’s demons.


“I hate to see you like this. I hate it. I know this is as much a part of you as the woman I married, and I love every fucking piece of you. But I’m afraid we’re being forced to live our lives in pieces.”


As ever, CD Reiss is a master with words, and I love the way that this story was crafted and delivered. I never fail to get engrossed in a CD Reiss story and for an author to keep me riveted for four and a half books is no small feat. I have loved everything about this series, and as I said above, I am gutted that it has come to an end. This has been a page-turner from the very first word and reading the last of them left me with a lump in my throat. Once again, CD Reiss nailed it.


About the Author: 


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CD Reiss is a New York Times bestseller. She still has to chop wood and carry water, which was buried in the fine print. Her lawyer is working it out with God but in the meantime, if you call and she doesn't pick up she's at the well hauling buckets. Born in New York City, she moved to Hollywood, California to get her master's degree in screenwriting from USC. In case you want to know, that went nowhere but it did give her a big enough ego to write novels. She's frequently referred to as the Shakespeare of Smut which is flattering but hasn't ever gotten her out of chopping that cord of wood. If you meet her in person, you should call her Christine.


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