The Edge of Chaos by J. Saman

An ARC copy of this book was provided to me in exchange for my honest review. All thoughts are my own.

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Rating: 5 out of 5.

Book Review

This “Edge” series is always so amazing with it’s characters and storylines and The Edge of Chaos is no different. Brecken and Rina are amazing for each other and I think I love her hardened spirit even more than I did Margot’s from The Edge of Reason. Rina has endured a lot in her past and she has put up so many walls in her life that she hasn’t ever really felt love and warmth. Until she meets Brecken. Which happens to be one-night stand from years ago that was like serendipity bringing them together.

Now years later and no contact, since Rina never left her information or name with him, they run into each other realizing they have someone in common. Brecken’s sister Aria and Rina’s best friend. This keeps them at a distance since Aria is a bit snobby about her brother dating her friends. This was the biggest and only part of the story that really got on my nerves. I liked Aria from the other books, but in this one she was so completely self-centered about how her brother dating women impacts her life and saying horrible things about him. While at the same time telling everyone what a great brother he is. It rubbed me the wrong way how awful she was about the whole thing.

But the story between these two had all the right climactic moments and love with warmth that it made me feel good. Plus I got to see London and Miles for a bit from another book that I loved so much. Overall a great romantic read with plenty of fun scenes that will keep you entertained along with some tension going on behind the scenes with Brecken’s work and Rina’s past history with men. There are definitely a few triggers in this book that may not sit well with certain readers, so if you’re triggered by kidnapping, rape or stalking I wouldn’t recommend reading this one even though it’s only flash backs and not happening live during the story.

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You know that awful moment when you realize you accidentally slept with your best friend’s older brother?

I met him on my last New Year’s Eve in New York. Sparks flew. Madness ensued. And after the hottest night of my life, I ran out on him.

Three years later he and I come face-to-face again.

Now do I not only learn his name but realize the heat between us hasn’t dissipated for a second.

Thankfully, I’m a woman who can spot his type from miles away. Especially when my friend goes on to explain just how off-limits her older brother is. A player who has wrecked her friends’ hearts a time or twenty.

He doesn’t agree.

In fact, the gorgeous and persistent man believes we should pick up exactly where we left off three years ago.

Sorry, not gonna happen. My life is already filled with more chaos than I can handle and the last thing I need is some hot playboy adding to it.

Only he turns out to be so much more than I expected. Intoxicating and impossible to resist—all over my place, his stairs, it doesn’t matter. We’re insatiable.

Now I just have to figure out how to keep my heart out of the game.

Not so easy to do when he’s determined to win it.

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Meet J. Saman

J. Saman is a USA Today bestselling author who is addicted to Diet Coke, sour candy, and indie rock. She swears way too much (especially after a glass of wine) and has a penchant for sarcasm (or so her husband and children like to tell her).

She’s an admitted lover of second chance romances, love triangles, and the perfect amount of angst. She is best known for writing contemporary romance filled with smart, strong women, and sexy alphas who have a softer side–especially for their women.

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