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  • Posted April 12, 2013

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    AWESOME BOOK......I love a great Romanic suspense novel and I lo

    AWESOME BOOK......I love a great Romanic suspense novel and I love living in the great state of Alaska, so in was only natural that I would read a book that has both of these. Tiffinie Helmer delivered in her newest release “Edge”

    The Edge opens with Cache, a photojournalist, being sent to The Edge of Reason Lodge, to get the “Where is she now” story on Amelia Bennett , who was kidnapped when she was of the tender age of 12 and her story made to the cover to People magazine. It was such a major story, that a TV Movie was produced telling her story to the world.

    Cache was recovering from his own trip to Hell, he had survived an insurgent’s bomb while working in somewhere in the Middle East, that took the lives of his two closes friends. Not only had he witness his friends being blow to pieces, his leg was shattered, held together by pins. Talk about a heavy case of survivor’s guilt.

    Our lodge owner was none other than Amelia “Mel” Bennett. She loves living out in the middle of nowhere, where people don’t know about her dark past. Living in Alaska gives her the escape she craves. She is perfectly content being alone, till she meets Cache Calder.

    The attraction between these two characters is all most instant. Cache awakens Mel like the one no other man has before. What Mel doesn’t know is that Cache was the one who took that world famous picture of the rescued 12 year old. Yes, you can see where this story is heading….

    Mel and Cache both had deep emotional issues and Tiffinie did a great job of keeping the readers engage in those struggles. I couldn’t help but admire Mel, she was one tough cookie, after everything she had been through. However, her pride in her strength could be her downfall, for someone is tracking her every move and her refusal to ask for help could cost her, with her life.

    “Edge” is also full of some great secondary characters and if you had read any of Tiffinie’s other books, you may even recognize one of them!

    The story takes place in Homer, one of the most beautiful areas in Alaska, Homer has always been a favorite of mine, and I feel that Ms. Helmer gave such a wonderful descriptions that you’ll feel like you are on a virtual tour. This Alaska Chick was thrilled to read about such places as the Homer Spit and the Salty Dawg Saloon (even own an Alaskan classic, the Salty Dawg Hoodie). Everything was so real, that for a moment I forgot that the Edge of Reason Lodge didn’t existent.

    Edge was an emotional roller coast ride from the beginning and I enjoyed every minute of the ride

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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