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He's not real? She got pissed when i accused her of havinf Beiber Fever it pisses me off that I even know what the fuck that means-I blame that on society and I get the feeling that she would have no problem kicking me in the nuts if I touched her in an inappropriate way.
Not that I would. Hell no. But it's good to know that she's the type. Hell yeah, I like this girl. Or, I won't give it to you. How would I ever say no to her? Whether is was about sleeping next to a pile of cow shit or under a bridge overpass next to a homeless drunk-I would sleep anywhere with her. Trust me! In just a few days I've managed more positions with you than there are in the Kama Sutra.
I've wanted to-.
I swear to fucking God if you did I'm going after them. And more likely the best quotes from Andrew are toward the end but I my nook is dying and going through it right now is not a good idea I should have highlighted them. Moral of this review is It will make you laugh, cry, swoon, gasp, FEEL and most of all This is one story that will stay with me forever-and beyond. I love Cam and Andrew and never will forget their beautiful magical story for as long as I live. The end. Oh my God, the ending will have you hyperventilating and grabbing your stomach from the painful bomb that drops from under you.
There aren't enough stars in this world to give this book I would give it infinite and beyond amount of stars. Now I need a print copy for my bookshelf. Nov 15, Stacia the club rated it liked it Recommended to Stacia the club by: Smut Monday Club. It's time to talk about The Edge of Never. Well, class. Who's read the assignment? Several students raise their hands.
And who enjoyed the book? And who did not enjoy the book? A few shy students r "I won't have a one-night stand with you, but I will make you come, if you let me.
A few shy students raise their hands. Stacia walks over to one of the students in the back Ms. You, there. Yes, you. The one with the colorful avatar. Why did you like about The Edge of Never? Just as one student begins to answer, everyone else jumps in and begins to exclaim their feelings of enthusiasm over the book.
For those of you who haven't read Edge of Never , let me think about what I could say to help you decide whether or not you want to read this book. There were: Girl smirks. A long road trip, both on a bus and in a car. Incessant gesturing.
Some awkward sentence structures. Dual PoV's which are often hard to distinguish as individual. A respectable slow-build relationship which switches into unexpectedly hot territory without warning. A genuinely moving look at personal loss and the comfort that people can find in one another.
Some downright sexy and eye-raising cunninninnninningulus FFS, I can't spell that word, but I did laugh at Urban Dictionary's definition. An ending which did make me sniffle a little. I didn't hate this book like I thought I might. I did not love it, but I liked it okay. This might not be the first time where I've mentioned that a story has split personalities, but this might be the most accurate description for The Edge of Never.
The first half is a slow build. Did this slow build serve a purpose? I will hesitantly say yes. Most relationships aren't as believable if you don't give characters time to bond. Unfortunately, bonding while discussing today's pop vs.
I also hated the pre-bus part of the story. The friend was an idiot who only served as a vehicle to get Camryn the heck outta dodge. I think the friend story line is going to turn some people off from continuing on with the book, and they might end up missing out on something that they would enjoy because of it.
I admit to being a little confused over the entire "own me, I like it rough" conversations. I'm all for people admitting their desires and fetishes, but there was no real completion to this angle.
We saw genuine desperation that bordered on obsession which didn't bother me for once because I felt the pain and desire in what was implied , but other than talking about "needing to be owned," we never saw this couple explore that part of their inner workings to the degree which I was expecting after the conversation came up.
I went from thinking that this book would be a "sweet" romance to thinking that it was getting downright kinky after a scene which came out of NOWHERE. Okay, so it wasn't actually going to go there, but what was UP with some of those teasing conversations?
This book had a better second half. If you struggled like me with the first half, I'd say to keep going, because we get to something eventually. The ending could have gone either way and I would have been fine, but given Cam's earlier experiences, the ending that was chosen seemed fitting. I thought the view spoiler [baby thing hide spoiler ] was not needed though.
That tipped the scales over into "too much" territory. If you can handle a slow-starting book, the end will reward you with a fine payout. View all 69 comments. Nov 07, Angie - Angie's Dreamy Reads rated it it was amazing. This book has rendered me completely and utterly amazed.
I'm speechless! Not one. I want to review it so bad. That happens to me every once in awhile. This book did that and more. It's the kind of book that I search for. The kind that I crave.
The kind of book that brings out emotions in me that I love to and need to feel. I'm an angsty book fiend. I get complete joy out of reading books that move my heart and soul. Honestly this is one of the best books I've read this year Every freaking second was electrifying. Live it, love it and enjoy it.
You never know when it's going to be your last and tomorrow is not guaranteed. We're not always in control of our circumstances but we have some control over our destinies. We have the power to live a full life no matter how long or short that life happens to be.
Cameryn is unhappy with her life. She's had nothing but one bad thing after another come at her. Her mother and father have gotten a divorce and she has had a massive argument with her best-friend.
Depression is pain in it's purest form and I would do anything to be able to feel an emotion again. Pain hurts, but pain so powerful that you can't feel anything anymore, that's when you start to feel like you're going crazy. Andrew is boarding that same bus but is headed to see his father in Wyoming who is dying of a brain tumor. After noticing a weird pervy old guy on the bus checking Cameryn out Andrew feels his protective instinct take over and starts to watch out for her.
That leads to some small talk between the two of them and they slowly build a budding friendship. Its so cliche to say but they really do complete each other.
I loved the dynamics between the two of them. Andrew pushes Cameryn to be fearless and to own her sexuality and thoughts. He encourages her to be herself. To never deny how she feels. He helps her work through the things that are troubling her at home. They fall in love magically. You were the missing piece of my soul, the breath in my lungs, the blood in my veins. I hate spoiler reviews. I think you need to experiences this book with no expectations.
It's remarkable how gratifying it is to read. The heart, although reckless and suicidal and a masochist all on its own, always gets it's way. The mind may be what's best, but I don't give a shit what my mind is telling me anymore. Right now, I just want to live in the moment. It was This book was emotionally one of the most intense books I have read. I loved this. I loved, loved, loved, loved, loved this. This book was incredible. Please read it. Give it a try. I know there are a lot of books out there but I can tell you that I think this book is a soul satisfying book.
It will leave you feeling incredible: This is a picture of Andrew and Cameryn that Drita Kinic found. I thought it was perfect. View all 76 comments. Nov 19, Tough Critic Book Reviews rated it really liked it. I was not instantly swept away by The Edge of Never. In fact, I kept thinking, "Where is this amazing book everyone keeps raving about? Maybe I bought the wrong book?
Maybe I'm just a cold hearted bitch that's too tough of a critic? I was bored and totally disconnected from the story. I was just trying to get through it, struggling to get through it. I had my two-stars all polished up and rea Okay I had my two-stars all polished up and ready to go. Did he really say Am I reading the same book? This is where I started to feel like a thirteen year old girl in sex ed who can't bring herself to say the word S-E-X.
I giggled, I blushed, I slapped my hand over my mouth so hard I got whip-lash! What they did! What they said! This is when my highlighter came out and I started typing like a maniac! Everything from this point on shocked the hell out of me. It was the shock factor that finally won me over. It came out of nowhere in every sense of the word.
I spent the whole second half waiting for the bottom to drop out. I finished the last page not being able to think about anything, but Andrew and Camryn.
I tried to watch TV Andrew and Camryn. I tried to read another book I finally had to go to sleep thinking about nothing, but Andrew and Camryn. This book baffled me. I absolutely did not like the first half, but somehow, someway I was infected and the story completely got under my skin; taking on a new direction that shocked me into submission. The beginning They were two halves of a completely different coin. I definitely feel like I had to pay a price to get to the end.
However, at the end of the day I'd pay that price again. View all 30 comments. I always thought depression was so overrated, the way people toss the word around a lot like the L-word that I will never say to a guy again for as long as I live. I never like to see someone hurting, but I admit whenever I heard someone play the depression card, I'd roll my eyes and go about my business. Little did I know that depression is a serious disease. Sometimes you read a book that is so bad, it actually becomes entertaining.
After a pretty awful day, I decided to read The Edge of Nev I always thought depression was so overrated, the way people toss the word around a lot like the L-word that I will never say to a guy again for as long as I live.
After a pretty awful day, I decided to read The Edge of Never thanks to all the god awful reviews. Needless to say, the only reason I got this book is because it was free.
Thank you, shop that was closing down and was giving copies away. Camryn is a fucking idiot. There's no nicer way to say it.
She thinks every girl who isn't her is a slut, every man who she doesn't fancy is a rapist and believed depression was something people made up for attention. By page five, I'd rolled my eyes hard enough to irritate a nerve, thanks to little gems like this: Instead of sitting around dreaming up new sex positions, as Natalie often does about Damon, her boyfriend of five years, I dream about things that really matter.
I must be pretty deep, too. I wonder about things like why dogs smell like dogs and if they smell different in other countries. When Camryn's best friend's boyfriend, Damon, forces himself upon her, and when Camryn does the right thing and tells Natalie, her best friend, she is accused of being a "lying bitch" and told never to contact her again So she decides to do the most mature thing ever and run away, destination unknown, on a bus without telling anyone.
Because, apparently, running away from problems that aren't so problematic if she actually talked to people is the answer to everything. The Edge of Never is a good example of interesting plot but executed awfully with terrible characters and terrible writing.
He looks gently offended I'm quietly stunned He points gently He is softly amused My mouth parted with an offended spat of air We both laugh gently My face sours delicately It's very much like the author just randomly picked out words from a hat, jumbled them together, and hoped they made sense. Well, they don't. Stop it. Not only is the writing pretty bad, but the love interest? He's the creepiest fuck I've ever had the displeasure to read about.
I resist the urge to watch her, noticing how soft and innocent she looks, which makes me that much more primal, more protective. The pervert seems to have stopped watching her when he saw us sitting together inside the last terminal. In the eyes of men, he probably sees her as my territory now, my property.
The kind of guy who thinks this is hot: What did you do? Camryn is the sort of cute you want to high five in the face with a shovel. Andrew is the sort of hot you want to roast on a BBQ, not sleep with. Speaking of sex, the scenes were incredibly cringey and awful. Goddamnit, Andrew, lick my fucking pussy! I mean, what happened to HEAs? It was really sickening, actually, how Andrew didn't tell Camryn he had a tumour and might die.
That was the most selfish thing I've ever heard. She only found out when he had a goddamn seizure. What the fuck? That's romantic, not telling someone you're dying, that you have cancer? Well done on being a Class A Dickwad, Andrew. All the rest is just experience and delusions. So when the first part started out a bit slow I was beginning to question if I would really find it as good as everyone else When we first meet the twenty-year-old "I think when you fall in love, like true love, it's love for life.
When we first meet the twenty-year-old Camryn Bennett, she's just been through a very rough period. Not sure what to do with her life, she decides to run away from home and to breek free from the everyday life she's leading.. I wonder what the hell I'm doing here. Yesterday I thought about why I felt the need to get up at exactly the same time as the day before.
What compels any of us to do the things we do when deep down a part of us just wants to break free from it all? And on that bus is where she meets Andrew Parrish. A tall guy with stylish, short brown hair, green eyes, TATTOOS and most importantly an incredible sense of humor his inner monologues really made me laugh-out-loud sometimes! Oh and he also plays the guitar!
What's not to like, right? Together they decide to take a journey on the road to nowhere. But really, what they do, is take a journey on the road to everywhere Along that journey they teach eachother about life, love, friendship and about so much more. I went through all the emotions Camryn and Andrew went through and I enjoyed every second of it. It was a remarkable journey, one that I would advice anyone to go through.
So to everyone who hasn't read it yet, I would say: What this book thaught me is to not dwell on the past and to live life to the fullest because you never know what the next day might bring. You dwell on the past, you can't move forward. Live in the moment where everything is just right, take your time and limit the bad memories and you'll get wherever it is you're going a lot faster and with less bumps in the road along the way.
Some more pictures that remind me of Camryn and Andrew and their amazing journey: The heart, although reckless and suicidal and a masochist all on its own, always gets its way. View all 82 comments. Yeah, it's that good! And if you don't believe me I think that if past lives are real then we have been lovers in every single one of them. They take you on intense heartfelt journey's that will stick with you for forever. This book accomplished that and then some. The Edge of Never will cause readers to look at their lives knowing that all things are possible.
Life is more than your customary daily routine. You just need to step outside of the box. Break your regular rituals and do something different.
Live in the moment! She makes a spontaneous decision by packing a bag, downloading a bus ticket and allowing her gut intuition to choose her destination. Following pure instinct to control her destiny she crosses the path of Andrew Parrish. Andrew shares a similar outlook on life as Camryn. They become friends; both internally fighting the feelings they develop for one another.
But we all know in the end Andrew teaches Cam to live in the moment, say what's on her mind, to let down her guard and to try new exciting things. And she does. And in doing so she finds the love of her life. Problem is he has a secret. Thoughts The book definitely has a slow build and at one point I remember thinking "okay, where is this story going? It left me sobbing hysterically at 3am. I don't want to say more In fear of giving to much away.
Now go forth and read. Then come tell us about it on Goodreads! View all 51 comments. Nov 17, Richa rated it really liked it. Oh right!
I was dreaming, I mean thinking! At first he came off as really strange, eccentric Ladies and gentlemen!! Meet Andrew Parrish!!! He's a cool, charming, free guy with green eyes, an unconventional way of thinking, a guitar, a gorgeous body, the moves, the one who'll make you groove Depressed, numb, and fed up with the monotonous rut of life, she feels compelled by an urge to just pack her bags and take off to anywhere as long as it's away from the life she's living And this is their love story.
This is the story of their journey into the wild, free LIFE! The story of discovery of life in the 'NOW'! I cried watching The Notebook, alright? How can anyone?!!! I loved what he Andrew, of course ; did with this mythology When you finally read the book, get ready to swoon, ladies!!! Any theories of your own, people? There were hilarious, laugh-out-loud moments like: They both teach each other to love and let go and to They get schooled by each other and LIFE. Two people unable to cry finally cry together and if the world ended today, we would be fulfilled.
Letting go has never been so beautiful before Tissues anyone? Together they learn the beauty of the rain And the magic of lying under the stars Together they learn to sing along in this journey called LIFE It was the kind of Love that keeps you going no matter what kind of war is raging around you It had beautiful moments.
It had funny moments. It had painful moments. It had moments where I could deeply identify with the beliefs presented. It had crazy moments. Just you and a backpack with a few necessities. Several times!!! And will definitely do it someday! Anyone care to join me? D As Hunter S. Thompson rightly said: The Edge So, read the book to know the edge of love, the edge of pain, the edge of life and the edge of never In the end So, readers, just take a deep breath and dive in!!!
Elizabeth Liz. Review posted at: The Edge of Never turned out to be every bit as good as I hoped it would be. I'm still trying to process all my thoughts and feelings about this book but one thing's for sure, I've NEVER enjoyed getting to know two characters more than I did Andr Review posted at: I'm still trying to process all my thoughts and feelings about this book but one thing's for sure, I've NEVER enjoyed getting to know two characters more than I did Andrew and Camryn.
They owned me from the first page to the last. They're beautifully flawed, real, and immensely lovable. The author captured their essence brilliantly. I did have a few problems with the story though. Not only did the pacing drag a bit here and there, but I felt somewhat manipulated by the book's climax. The ending was perfect and just what I needed; and though I finished this book feeling exhausted, I also felt elated.
I definitely enjoyed this read. November 29th edit: Over the past few days I have revisited some of my favorite passages in this book. I really do love so much about this story that even with those reservations I discussed in my review, I own this book at least another half star. View all 74 comments. Nov 17, Jaime Arkin rated it it was ok Shelves: Maybe 2.
To say I was disappointed wold be an understatement. Typically I try to write spoiler free reviews, but I'm afraid I'm not going to be able to do that with this one, so consider this your warning! I liked the characters that Redmerski has created here. Both Ca Maybe 2. Both Cam and Andrew were wonderfully written and I really didn't have any issues at all with them on a character level. I actually sort of liked Cam's strength and Andrew's sweetness.
And I really liked them together. Unfortunately that might be where it ends for me. I get that this book is about strength and loss and how we move on with our lives and become who we were meant to be, but I don't know what about this just rubbed me the wrong way. Cam decides to up and leave her hometown for Idaho because she sees someone eating a potato. So she boards a bus hoping to find herself. What had me puzzled from the get go, was the weird 'the worst is going to happen' attitude the characters seemed to have.
While at a club with her friend, Cam has a few drinks and goes to talk with a guy she met and her immediate reaction was OMG what if he rapes me.
Then, her BFF's boyfriend comes to her psuedo rescue that she didn't need and beats the crap out of the guy telling her he could have raped her This all culminates in Cam's fleeing by bus. She meets the one and only Andrew Parrish on his way to visit his dying father in a hospital in Wyoming They slowly bond over the trip and eventually are set to part ways, but this happens right around the time she loses her confidence in being able to do this on her own.
And low and behold some scumbag comes and tries to attack her From there she spills about the fact that she wasn't visiting Idaho for the reason she said and so begins than epic roadtrip of sorts. They fight their attraction for each other, Cam, because she isn't sure what she wants and Andrew He refuses to spill. I don't even know why that is in this story to be honest. I get exploring sexuality and trying to find who you are, but that just seemed to be thrown in there as a plot point that made no sense what-so-ever to me.
Also, Andrew seems to have some rage and anger management issues. She, Cam, seems to find this sexy and this also confused me. All of this isn't what really bugged me And it's that he has what he thinks is a terminal brain tumor.
Even though I did not have time to reread book 1 first, I still was able to reconnect instantly. I could feel the depths of their well-deserved happiness and couldn't help but to be caught up in the moment. After everything they'd been through, they needed this.
But the blurb hinted at a tragedy and so there was a constant tension in the background of the blissful setting as I dreaded the inevitable devastation that I knew was coming. But Andrew and Camryn had already been through a lot together and the foundation of their relationship was solid and binding. I never had any doubt that they'd get through it no matter how bad it got But it wasn't an easy journey.
Weighed down by their loss, Camryn began to fall apart and out of his love for her, Andrew came up with a plan to help her heal And through their journey they slowly began heal the broken pieces of their hearts and find their happiness once again. We met on the road; we grew to know and to love each other on the road. The Edge of Always J. Redmerski New York Boston For anyone who has ever had a moment of weakness. Idid that, and when the book got picked up by Forever Romance, that bonus scene was added into the new version.
Because the self-published version had been deactivated, all those who downloadd that edition of the book could not get the free ebook update which included the bonus chapter.
So, as promised, Forever Romance and Ihave decided to include that bonus chapter here for your reading pleasure. Thank you all again for all of your tremendous support of both books!
But here I am. Here we are, Camryn and me, taking on the world… in a different way. And neither of us would change the way they turned out even if we could. Ilove this chair. Sure, Iinherited a fat check that will set Camryn and me up for a while, and of course Igot the Chevelle, but the chair was equally sentimental to me.
And Iwill. Ihear the water from the shower shut off, and seconds later a loud bang vibrates through the wall. Ijump up from the chair, letting the remote control hit the floor as Irush toward the bathroom. The edge of the coffee table clips the shit outta my shin as Ipass. Iswing open the bathroom door. Ibreathe a sigh of relief.
She glances down at my leg as Irub it with my fingertips. She sets the hair dryer back on the counter, comes up to me, and kisses the side of my mouth. My hands cup her shoulders and Ipull her closer, letting one hand fall down to touch her little rounded belly.
Imoan against her mouth, wrapping my arms around her. But then Ipull away before Ifall into her devious trap. It scares the shit out of me when she does that. Once after a conversation laced with that smile, she stopped having sex with me for three whole days. Worst three days of my life. Thirty minutes. I could bend her over the counter real quick… Camryn smiles sweetly and jerks the towel from the shower curtain rod and starts drying off.
Did you find your phone? Ijust walk off laughing. Irush around the apartment, searching under cushions and in odd places for my keys and finally finding them hiding underneath a stack of junk mail on the kitchen counter. Istop for a moment and take a particular piece of mail into my fingers. Iguess she feels like that piece of paper helped save my life, but really what it did was help her eventually understand what was going on with me. The seizure was harmless.
Hell, Ihad one when we were staying in the hotel in New Orleans before we started sharing a room. When Ifinally told her about that later, needless to say, she was not happy with me. She worries all the time that the tumor will come back.