In the first book, The Edge of Never, I was at my happiest as a reader when Andrew and Camryn were on the open road. The music they listened to as well as performed and the sights they saw delighted me. Because we open with Andrew and Cam attempting to settle down and dealing with the issues that come along with such a thing in this sequel, I wasn’t quite as enamored with the characters as I had been in book one. After a devastating tragedy, Camryn struggles to come to terms with a new loss. When Andrew realizes the dangerous method Cam has been using to deal with her pain, they are forced to reevaluate their living situation and pretty soon are right back where I yearned for them to be – on an exciting road trip, finding themselves all over again and – best of all… rediscovering each other.
My favorite part of this story was the final POV. I was not expecting this person’s perspective at all. It was beautiful, and I was pretty much a sobbing mess all the way through. While I may not have been completely content with certain parts of the book, this ending was perfection and gave me a closure that I long for when I am reading.
For readers who fell in love with Andrew and Camryn in The Edge of Never, this sequel is sure to please.
The bonus sneak peek of Ms. Redmerski’s Song of the Fireflies blew me away. I want that book so badly! It is the story of Elias and Bray, a couple that Andrew and Camryn briefly spend time with in their story. I knew immediately I wanted to know more about them, and the fact that the sneak peek had a Sweet Home Alabama feel to it captured my attention immediately.
I can’t wait to see what else this author has in store for her readers!
My Rating: ★★★1/2
I received an ARC of this book from the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for my honest review.