The Edge of Never – J.A. Redmerski

The Edge of NeverThe Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Oh my!

What a journey. In a lot of ways this book reminded me of On The Island.
Superb writing, great character development and so much emotional depth throughout the book, I can't not recommend this read to anyone willing to listen.

Camryn Bennett is hurt by the one person she never thought would hurt her, and as the final straw, she packs a small bag and gets on a bus to nowhere.
Andrew Parish gets on that same bus a few stops later, on his way to see his father for the last time, on his deathbed.

What Camryn never expected is to be liberated; emotionally, physically and spiritually, but that's exactly what Andrew does for her.

I absolutely loved this one!

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