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  • Posted July 1, 2010

    Opposites aren't always opposite

    Originally posted at: www.whippedcream2.blogspot.com ***** All that you want, that you need, is right in the palm of your hand. Do you take it and run into the night, never to let go? Or do you shove it away in disgust?

    Need to know more? You need to read On the Edge.

    Lucy is a character out of control. She's on the verge of losing everything, yet teeters even closer to the edge. Raine Latimer wrote characters and scenes that tugged at the heart while making me cringe and need to read faster to see what would happen next. I felt so enmeshed in the story that it was hard to let go once the last page turned. Yeah, it's that gripping.

    John is one Marine with a patient heart of gold. Now it was hard not to picture a certain pro wrestler each time he was mentioned in the story, but that only heightened the realism. I could put a face to the character. I love an alpha who needs no partner in crime, but knows when things merit help. I loved him from the first mention and wanted to know what would happen after the story. And his buddy Ty? I wanted to see more of him and learn his story. I know there was more going on than met the eye and can't wait to see what happens to him.

    Lucy, on the other hand, needed some getting used to. I like characters who ride the ragged edge and she rode it for all it was worth. Sometimes, even though I got her motivations, I had a hard time rooting for her. Her selfishness and self-doubt were hard to handle. Still, as the story progressed, she became a character I liked.

    If you want a red hot ménage, with bdsm in the mix for spice, then you need to read On the Edge. I give this story 3.5 cherries.

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