Series: The Edge of Never #1
Release Date: November 15th 2012
My Rating: 4.5 cups
Blurb (from Goodreads):
Twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett had always been one to think out-of-the-box, who knew she wanted something more in life than following the same repetitive patterns and growing old with the same repetitive life story. And she thought that her life was going in the right direction until everything fell apart.
Determined not to dwell on the negative and push forward, Camryn is set to move in with her best friend and plans to start a new job. But after an unexpected night at the hottest club in downtown North Carolina, she makes the ultimate decision to leave the only life she’s ever known, far behind.
With a purse, a cell phone and a small bag with a few necessities, Camryn, with absolutely no direction or purpose boards a Greyhound bus alone and sets out to find herself. What she finds is a guy named Andrew Parrish, someone not so very different from her and who harbors his own dark secrets. But Camryn swore never to let down her walls again. And she vowed never to fall in love.
But with Andrew, Camryn finds herself doing a lot of things she never thought she’d do. He shows her what it’s really like to live out-of-the-box and to give in to her deepest, darkest desires. On their sporadic road-trip he becomes the center of her exciting and daring new life, pulling love and lust and emotion out of her in ways she never imagined possible. But will Andrew’s dark secret push them inseparably together, or tear them completely apart?
Oh boy! This is one of those books that stick with you long after you've finished reading it.
I fell in love with Andrew. He has a great sense of humor, he's an amazing friend and he has great taste in music. I actually squeed a little when I read about what music he likes. (You could call it insta-love, if you want *giggles*)
Cam was great too. I felt like she was way more mature by the end of the book, happier and more comfortable with herself. Of course, I don't think I would've trusted a guy I just met on a bus (I'm a little more paranoid than it should be allowed).
The only thing that I didn't particularly like was the ending. It was great, but it felt completely rushed. The novel had a great pace, but at the end of it I felt like I took a wrong turn and got to the end before I was ready for it.
I did however love the book and I'm ready for another dose of Andrew. I mean, I'm ready for the next book *whistling*