Over the Edge: A New Adult Romance,
vol. 1 of 2
vol. 1 of 2
A sheltered young woman fleeing abuse. The tattooed rebel who befriends her. Can their unlikely attraction turn to love?
A young woman on the run
When her alcoholic father's abuse escalates, eighteen-year-old Mia flees the only home she's ever known. She needs to run far and fast. She needs to start a new life. After a lifetime riddled with dysfunction, she craves normal--and safe. Love is the last thing on her mind.
Until a sexy stranger enters her world.
A globe-trotting rebel
Tattooed, pierced Damien is everything Mia's mother warned her against. Restless and free-spirited, he’s the rogue son of his wealthy family. As their friendship deepens, Mia’s attraction to Damien intensifies. Still, she never expected that he might return her feelings.
Until the night he kisses her.
When attraction flares into passion, will Mia play it safe--or will she follow her heart?
Complete series available!
Over the Edge is a steamy new adult romance series. If you like emotional ups and downs, witty dialogue, and stories of young romance and new beginnings, then you’ll love this sexy page-turner! Vol. 1 is the first part of this two-volume series and ends on a cliffhanger.
Praise for Over the Edge
“This was a book I could not put down.”- Books and Beyond Fifty Shades, book review site
“The sex is hot here, but the difference from so many romance books is that it's backed with meaning and love…throughout the series, you really feel Mia and Damien's love for each other.”- Christopher S, author
“If you are looking for something fun that has meaning behind the story I highly recommend this book.”- Felicia E, reader
“an emotional roller coaster ride”- Stephanie J, reader
“POWERFUL and thoroughly believable”- lulusmom, reader
"This was a book I could not put down, reading it in one sitting."- Bookaholic and More Blog, book review site
“I don’t know who the author visualized when writing the character Carol, but in my mind I could only see Sue Sylvester from Glee when I was reading her dialogue. The character development of so many characters is just outstanding.”- rainbowtourist, reader