Warning: This book includes mature content such as: sexual content, and/or drug and/or alcohol use, and/or violence.
Series: The Edge #3
Published by Flip City Media Inc. on July 10, 2018
Genres: Adult, BDSM, Contemporary, Erotica, Psychological Thriller, Romance
Source: Kindle Purchase
You think you'd go far for love?
She really knows how to push a man.
She finds the cracks and she goes right for them. She'll travel across the world just to break me apart, piece by piece, until every last secret is exposed and every weakness revealed.
I swear to God, I love her so much I'll let her do it.
I'll let her do anything.
But when she hurts herself to protect me?
That's a line in the sand.
Lexxie and I are reading CD Reiss’ The Edge series for the Can You Read a Series in a Month? Challenge. We’re trying to be as vague as possible in our discussions so as not to spoil anything. 😉
Wow! In Broken Edge the tension continues to rise with the stakes getting higher. My instinct not to trust certain people was validated but with more people introduced, I don’t know who can be trusted. And that ending left me hanging from the broken edge.
Oh my gosh! Yes, the stakes keep getting higher. I didn’t even know that was possible. There is nobody I can trust at all – I’m not even sure Greyson and Caden can be trusted at this point 😮
Were you surprised by Greyson’s decision to follow Caden back to Iraq? Especially the means by which she did so? And how did you feel about Caden’s reaction to it?
I wasn’t really surprised by Greyson’s decision. But the means by which she did it surprised me more than a little bit. It’s like she’s turned against everything she’s ever believed in. And I can totally understand why she felt like that was the best solution for her.
The revelations about Caden’s mental state were kinda shocking. Do you think we know it all now? All his secrets?
I don’t think we know everything yet – and there will be more shocking revelations for us to come. Those secrets are pretty heavy – and I don’t really understand why he hasn’t told Greyson anything. She could have definitely helped him, I’m sure of it!
The mind and how it works is fascinating. How did you feel about the breakthrough? How it happened and what we learned? Do you think it’ll stick?
It’s really amazing how that breakthrough came about – but I’m still a little worried. What will happen if the program stops? Will everything continue as planned? Not sure it’ll stick, either.
Caden’s CO, DeLeon, rubbed me the wrong way. She hasn’t proven to be untrustworthy – yet. What do you think about her?
I mean- Caden never showed any kind of interest in her, and she didn’t seem to mind. She continued with her innuendoes. I don’t like her. And I don’t get why she’s ‘after’ him like that. I even wondered if she had a hidden agenda somehow. I trust no one!
I think I’ve mentioned before how I felt about Ronin. And I think my feelings were validated in Broken Edge. Again. Do you think he knows more than he admits or do you think he’s just trying to advance by doing what he’s told?
Oh my. Ronin, Ronin, Ronin. I’m sure he knows more , but he’s also trying to advance. He is the kind of person who wants to ‘win’ no matter the price, I think.
That ending was a shocker. Not that Greyson doing what she did was surprising but what her action revealed. And one reason this element of the story is so terrifying is the thought that something like this could actually happen. What do you think about this particular element?
Yeah, I wasn’t surprised by Greyson’s action, but holy hell! It’s still completely heartbreaking. And I just don’t see how this can end well at all.
I swear just when I think Reiss can’t twist my guts up any tighter, she reaches in and does. I’m serious beyond anxious – my stomach is in knots – over starting Over the Edge. Broken Edge was quite the ride and it’s left me almost broken right along with Greyson and Caden. Alas, I must know how it all ends…
Read, wifey, read! My stomach was in knots too. And it was impossible to stop reading. It’s both frightening, heartbreaking and a little bit hopeful, right? I can’t wait to see what you’ll think of the last book in the series!
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