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The Edge of Never. Home · The Edge of Never Author: Redmerski J A. downloads The Edge of Destruction. Read more · The Edge of Nowhere. The Edge of Always J.A. Redmerski - dokument [*.pdf] The Edge of Always J. A. Redmerski New York Boston For anyone who has ever had a moment of. He persuades Camryn to do things she never thought she would and shows her how to give in to her Author: J.A. Redmerski Series: The Edge of Never.

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THE EDGE OF NEVER by J.A. Redmerski. I really thought that I had more time. It's been less than a year since Marsters dropped the load in my lap, pretty much . Editorial Reviews. Review. "Addictive and fast paced. Readers will be drawn to Camryn, ppti.info: The Edge of Never eBook: J.A Redmerski: Kindle Store. Editorial Reviews. Review. Praise for 'THE EDGE OF NEVER': ''A sensual, pulse- racing romp that's bound to have you lusting for more! Will give you.

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Feb 14, M. All in five months' time. And now here we are facing another hardship. And he's still with me every step of the way. And Andrew is back!! Give me a moment here.. The review. You all should know I can and will never get enough of Andrew Parrish, so if Ms. Redmerski decided to write 10 more books about him, even if it was a boring HEA, I would read them all and rate them all 5 stars, because I love him so damn much.

So as Camryn would say, I may be a bit biased here. The Edge of Always picks up right where the first book left off. A few months ago, when I was laid up in that hospital bed, I didn't think I'd be alive today much less be expecting a baby and engaged to an angel with a dirty mouth. Andrew is still as hilarious as ever.

He may be even more wonderful in the sequel. I laughed so much in the beginning and I fell in love with him all over again. Camryn and Andrew have grown up a lot. They're wise and mature for their age, but at the same time they're still that playful boy and girl who met on the bus and who keep teasing each other and making each other laugh.

I think the synopsis covers the story pretty well. It's not all good times and every couple goes through hardships at one point in their relationship.

Unfortunately for Andrew and Camryn, they can't catch a break and after going through what they went through with Andrew, another tragedy strikes them. Now, there comes a time in a person's life when you have to face something so horrible that you feel like you'll never be the same person again. It's like something dark swoops down from somewhere above and steals every shred of happiness you have ever fet and all you can do is watch it, feel it go, knowing that no matter what you do in your life that you'll never be able to get it back.

Everybody goes through this at least once. No one is immune. We all deal with problems in a different way and Camryn deals with problems by trying to forget or ignoring they exist.

Much like she did in the first book. Luckily she still has Andrew who moves heaven and earth and uses his brilliant mind and wisdom to help Camryn get through whatever she's going through and make her feel like smiling again. You're like a philosopher with tattoos. Andrew and Camryn learn to live in the moment again together, enjoy the little things, do whatever they enjoy and whenever they enjoy it.

They have moments of weakness, strength, stupidity and happiness.

This book is about not letting your fears stop you from doing what you want the most. Not conforming to society's wishes, but doing what makes you happy.

And knowing that everything happens for a reason. I'm not saying that people who choose to stay in one place all their life and raise a family are wrong. It's the people who don't want to live like that, who dream about being something more, doing something more, but never pull it off because they let fear stop them before they get started.

I am so sad that Andrew and Camryn's story is over now. I cried during the last few chapters and I can't even tell you why. I think it's partly because I love them so much and another part of it is that there's a lot that I feel I can relate to. Their story kind of made me wonder if I made the right choices in my own life.

Natasha Bedingfield. I think it fits perfectly. I played it on repeat while reading and the song alone made me cry. I'll leave you with the lyrics and if you haven't heard this song yet, go YouTube it.

Look around There's no one but you and me Right here and now The way it was meant to be There's a smile on my face Knowing that together everything that's in our way We're better than alright Walking between the raindrops Riding the aftershock beside you Off into the sunset Living like there's nothing left to lose Chasing after gold mines Crossing the fine lines we knew Hold on and take a breath I'll be here every step Walking between the raindrops with you Take me now The world's such a crazy place When the walls come down You'll know I'm here to stay There's nothing I would change Knowing that together everything that's in our way We're better than alright Walking between the raindrops Riding the aftershock beside you Off into the sunset Living like there's nothing left to lose Chasing after gold mines Crossing the fine lines we knew Hold on and take a breath I'll be here every step Walking between the raindrops with you Lifehouse ft.

Natasha Bedingfield - Between the Raindrops I just wanna sit here and stare at this cover all day. Need I say more?! I love this guy! Cam- "Andrew has always amazed me.

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He amazed me with the way his mind worked. The way he could look at me without saying anything and make me feel like the most important person in the world. He amazed me with how he could always be so positive even when life was falling apart around him.

Now as the story continues after Andrews Tumor and Cam and Andrew back to reality 5 months later Life on the road The journey The fun The experience It's where we were meant to be for however long, and it's what we're going to do until it becomes clear that we're meant to do something else.

Only now they realize that life isn't about reliving old memories, its about creating new ones.. Soul mates. A Redmerski is so good with words, seriously this woman touches your heart with her writing. Life doesn't end when you meet someone, and after marriage most loose that spark.

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Not everyone wants a white picket fence. These two keep the fun in life, the journey to the destination being unknown, living life to the fullest. View all 22 comments. After a very bumpy path, Andrew and Camryn are finally together, with a baby on the way and completely happy. They have all their lives ahead of them to make new plans and get to know the world. But plans can change anytime and when tragedy knocks at their door, they must deal with the most difficult path they probably had to walk through.

I really liked th 4 Breathtaking stars!! I really liked this book.

The Edge of Always

I did. Whichever comes first. But do I think that you should read it? Especially if you read the first and loved it. It was not a bad book, far from it, it was pretty damn good… just not as much as the first.

View all 34 comments. Unbreakable, apart from one thing And it's that which scares Camryn. Her worries are magnified because of everything that's happened to her in her troubled life.

I think a slow detailed burn is the authors writing style. I like how her books make me feel by the end.. I can accept her details as long as I read fast!!! Andrew was the driving force for me, him and his beautiful relationship with Camryn I love the sentiment behind the book, it's life affirming; makes you think about living in the moment, facing your fears and making everything count. Redmerski took me on a journey and, for me, it came full circle and left me with that satisfied book feeling.

View all 61 comments. Go anywhere. Be anything that I want. View all 21 comments. View all 12 comments. Jan 03, KAS rated it really liked it.

The Edge of Never

Did I love it as much? No, it fell a bit short of my expectations, but "The Edge Of Never" was a very hard act to follow. Still this was a decent read, was about romance, my favorite genre, and kept me turning the pages ;. View all 15 comments. We got a Cover, Blurb and Date. D November is TOO far! He was taking the long road. She was taking the road to nowhere. It just so happened that they led to the same place… Five months ago, Camryn and Andrew, both dealing with personal hardships, met on a Greyhound bus.

Together they find excitement, passion, adventure—and challenges they never could have anticipated. O Is it continuing??? Hope its from Andrew's POV!!! Sooo effing kickeddddd!! View all 17 comments. But if I ever do, for whatever reason, I hope you'll always find a way to remind me.

Beautiful love story. Simply amazing. I don't think this book could have been written any better. Andrew and Camryn's another spontaneous expedition The Edge of Always exceeded my expectations.

Once again, J. Redmerski made me fall in love with the characters that I fell in "You're the world to me," I whisper onto her lips. Redmerski made me fall in love with the characters that I fell in love with a year ago. The Edge of Always narrates another journey of Andrew and Camryn's life.

It was told mostly from Andrew's point of view and began four months after the ending of The Edge of Never. Andrew and Camryn were engaged and expecting a baby. But then tragedy struck which brought them to take another road trip. Learn to take risks. If you won't, the answer will always be a no. Why I love the story of Andrew and Camryn the most is because it never fails to captivate me. Like in The Edge of Never , I was drawn to it from the very beginning.

I was truly invested with the characters and I never got bored I actually finished it in one day. This novel was so good I was so overwhelmed throughout my entire read. I wanted to cry happy tears when I finished it because the ending couldn't have been more perfect. I don't think there will be any fictional characters in the future that I will love as much as I love Andrew and Camryn.

I really enjoyed reading this and although I'm sad because it finally came to an end, I am also happy because my favorite characters got their perfect happily-ever-after. If you are a huge fan like me, you will love The Edge of Always as much as I did. I can't breathe! LOOK at that cover! He is so freakin' HOT!

Can't wait!!! This one made my day! View all 5 comments. Mar 16, Vina rated it liked it Shelves: I liked this book for a few reasons. I despised it for even more.

I felt like there were alot of ideas and stories that got started in this book but then just got dropped. These seemed to be there for no reason and that kind of thing really turns me off I liked this book for a few reasons. These seemed to be there for no reason and that kind of thing really turns me off in a story. I felt that in book 1 we really watched their relationship evolve and the emotions were deep and real. In this book I felt that they were just reliving what happened in book one.

I also felt a disconnect between Andrew and Camryn. I felt it from her side, something in her changed and she was pretty much afraid to love him this time around. He's clearly upset and angry, but remains quiet and then completely understands and forgives her. I felt like I was reading about a totally different character.

She seemed completely self absorbed only invested in her own feelings and never once asking Andrew his. The book was so focused on Camryn's reaction to it that it seemed like Andrew was almost forgotten. After all, it was something that impacted them both and I would like to have seen more how he handled it as well. Though it doesn't consist of the most realistic circumstances,I really loved it when they got on the road again.

This series is about letting go, living freely, taking chances and having no regrets! I'd be lying if I said it didn't inspire me to loosen up and live a little more without worrying so much. Overall it was an OK read. I did not hate it but I did not love it as much as the first book.

View all 16 comments. I think what has me leaning to the right is that the book skips so fast from days to weeks to months and then a mess of years. I did like the overall premise of the story. The book starts with Camryn and Andrew living together in Texas and Andrew is recovered from his brain tumor.

Because of certain tragic events that happen and that happened in the past, Camryn starts to recoil into her mind.

This prompts her to try anything in order not to feel anymore. Andrew can feel the tension between her and the rest of her friends and family and decides enough is enough and he takes matters into his own hands.

This prompts another road trip for as long as it takes Camryn to want to live life to the fullest again. They have their ups and downs on this journey both psychically and mentally while they experience the wonderful love they shared through the first book.

I was happy to have read this book and have the story of Camryn and Andrew completed. My recommendation is, if you read the 1st book, try this one…every one has their own taste in books and yours may be completely different from mine!

View all 38 comments. In the end, I am delighted to see the road these two have travelled. But, as fate plays a hand, heartbreak falls onto their path. Cam becomes devastated, leaving Andrew determined to heal her the only way he knows how…. Road trip! Their journey to healing Cam and Andrew dealing with his own demons was a lovely story, but it did not hold the angst element as the first installment.

These two compliment each other, and they are a perfect couple in every way. And most importantly Andrew is HAWT! They are indestructible.

I was really happy to see their HEA and a possibility of a spin-off series.

View all 8 comments. Nov 23, Hulya Kara Yuksel rated it really liked it.

View 2 comments. View all 9 comments. Nov 15, Cristina rated it it was amazing. Especially the first pages which were really annoying. But again, the ending was so perfect It totally changed my perspective on the book. I was so sad when I read about Lily This might sound crazy, but if you read the book, you'll understand.

Anyway, this series was so addictive. I can't believe I read both books in one day But once I started to read about Andrew 4. But once I started to read about Andrew and Camryn, it was impossible to stop. I was really, really looking forward to this book. The Edge of Never was one of my favorites of and it will remain so. However, when I recommend it, I will recommend it as a standalone. I'm not going to get into what didn't work. At first I thought it was the weird feel the story took in the beginning but in the end it felt weird all together.

I really feel like I should give it 2 stars but there were glimpses of the same characters I so fell in love with in the first book I decided to bump I was really, really looking forward to this book. I really feel like I should give it 2 stars but there were glimpses of the same characters I so fell in love with in the first book I decided to bump up my rating. Overall it was a big disappointment for me.

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Oh, I forgot to metion, I started this book the day it came out and this was me It didn't take long until I was like I thought maybe it was just me so I took a Because I wanted to love this book so much I thought maybe I just wasn't feeling it and I need to revisit it another time.

However, each time I came back it was more and I honestly didn't know what to think: I had a goal to finish it before the year was out just to get it off my currently reading shelf. I finished it at I'm glad it's over, I wouldn't recommend it though.

Like I said there glimpses of the same magic from book one but it wasn't even close to being enough to make this one good. I love their love of life and attitude towards being themselves and not conforming to others expectations.

This book was very philosophical just like the first and makes you think and question so much about yourself. I was an absolute blubbering mess of happy tears for the last few chapters and that epilogue was perfect! I'm so glad I got to experience Andrew and Camryn's beautiful story with them and it's something that I'll always cherish!

I absolutely adore Andrew, he IS my favourite book boyfriend!!! But together, no. I think we're right where we need to be. Before I start and share my passionate love for this book.

Camryn and Andrew met on a Greyhound bus in Kansas.

They met. Got to know each other. Went on a roadtrip. Helped each other. Fell in love. They both didn't have any idea how that would change their life forever. A few months after their roadtrip together, Camryn and Andrew couldn't be more happier. Things was starting to fall together. They made plans for their future. They made arrangements. They had to as they were expecting a baby girl along the way. But something happened. Something unexpected that pushed Camryn over the edge.

She tries to hide it like she did a thousand times before but this time Andrew was there. He was there to make sure Camryn doesn't go through her struggles alone. He wasn't going to let her go. He wasn't going to let her fall apart without him. He was going to be there for her no matter what happens. Even if it kills him. Both of them are. I loved the first one, but this book really sealed the deal for me. This is my favorite books of all time.

It touched me in ways other books couldn't. It was a slow start I agree but I feel like it wouldn't be as heartfelt if the book was too rushed or something. It felt beautiful. It felt real. I liked how Camryn and Andrew's relationship turned out. I knew there were loose ends on the last book with Camryn and I loved how Andrew helped her get over that.

It was just beautiful and heartwarming and endearing and Well I couldn't think of any more adjectives as of the moment that would describe how wonderful this book really made me feel. It took me up and down and all around!

It was a complete rollercoaster ride. I think the highlight of this story is really just about love. How love can heal everything. How love could mend broken things. I loved how Andrew showed Camryn how much he loves her no matter what. He never, not once, ever made her forget how much she means to him.

He was just perfect. Andrew just couldn't stop swooning me until I am absolutely crazy for him. I really wish I could find a guy like him. Although I didn't really agree on some of the decisions she made on this book and on the past one, I still liked her. People cope with pain and loss at different levels and I guess she just had too much and she just broke.

Luckily, Andrew was there to pick up all the pieces and mend it back together. I cried. For the nth time I really cried for this book. I am both happy and sad that its finally come to a close. I enjoyed the giggles that I get when Andrew made his moves on Camryn. I cried when it seems that the problems were pushing them away from each other.

I got excited when they were going to go back on a roadtrip. I was happy and again teary-eyed when they finally got their happily ever after. Love is such a special thing isn't it? I love J. A Redmerski so much I think I'll kiss her a million times when I see her. Of course, its the Cameron Mitchell version is what I was talking about. I attached a short snippet of the lyrics below. It's a little bit funny this feeling inside I'm not one of those who can easily hide I don't have much money but boy if I did I'd buy a big house where we both could live If I was a sculptor, oh, but then again, no Or a man who makes potions in a travelling show I know it's not much but it's the best I can do My gift is my song and this one's for you And you can tell everybody this is your song It may be quite simple but now that it's done I hope you don't mind I hope you don't mind that I put down in words How wonderful life is while you're in the world I seriously think its the perfect song for Camryn and Andrew.

I really imagine him singing this song to Camryn and it melts my insides.. I feel extremely giddy just thinking about it. Oh and last but not the least can I just say Andrew is a total keeper! If I meet someone like him, I'd really throw my underwear across the room!! D LOL. Just kidding! All in all.

I am totally in love with this book! This book left a mark on me and I will really really treasure it forever! Amazing job JA Redmerski!! Best ending ever in the entire universe!!! Right now I'm Check out the link below!! My long and heartfelt review to follow!! View all 4 comments. Sep 22, Carmen de la Rosa rated it really liked it. Sagas The Edge of Always 19 30 Jan 21, September 13, 26 37 Oct 07, Readers Also Enjoyed.

About J. Her works have been translated into more than twenty languages. Jessica is a J. Jessica is a hybrid author who, in addition to working with a traditional publisher, also continues to self-publish.I am the type of reader that likes couples to go against the world, where they use their love for each other to work out struggling issues.

Unfortunately for Andrew and Camryn, they can't catch a break and after going through what they went through with Andrew, another tragedy strikes them. He decides they need to go back to the start. Sure, I inherited a fat check that will set Camryn and me up for a while, and of course I got the Chevelle, but the chair was equally sentimental to me.

But together, no. And through their journey they slowly began heal the broken pieces of their hearts and find their happiness once again. Redmerski has a uncanny ability to write characters and dialogue that are so full of life and humanity that they seemingly jump off the pages.

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