If you look over there in the sidebar, under the cover image for On the Edge, I have links to what bloggers are saying about my new release. There are some perhaps risky elements of the story that have had me pacing a worn spot into my carpet while waiting for reviews, and they didn’t go unnoticed:
From Bare Essensuals:
There are some truly shocking moments in this story and my heart was thumping as I wondered how far it would go. I was right there with Tony in thinking this couldnâ€™t be happening. I was right there with a heavy heart, hurting for both of them. It was powerful. I donâ€™t really want to get into what this was because it is something the reader must experience to understand but it was very well done and very awkward to get around. Ms. Stacey handled it brilliantly, in my opinion.
Some books are easier to write a synopsis of than others. There are things that happen in this book that made me cringe and things I canâ€™t disclose in the review without giving away more than I want to. I just truly believe you need to read this book. Then re-read it. It is good and if I tell you more than that, it will spoil it.
While many may disagree with some of the choice they have to make in the end it worked for me.
Doesn’t that sound intriguing? Don’t you want to know what Tony and Charlotte were up to?
You know you do. And you can get your very own copy here!
Oh! I know what happens! I read the book. I know! I know!
Not tellin either. But I strongly advise EVERYONE to read the book.
You went on my autobuy list after 72 Hours. I had notes up everywhere reminding me when On the Edge Came out. I bought it that day and devoured it.
Loved. Every. Heart. Stopping. Minute.
I just wanted you to know. :clap:
Thank you, Kat! :hug: That totally makes my day! :boogie:
And :rofl:, Jaci.