Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Book review - On The Edge by Mari Brown - 4 stars

On The Edge by Mari Brown
Erotic romance 
4/5 stars 


Leaving an abusive life behind is not a crime.

Katarina Roberts’ only goal is to get the hell out of Belmont, and the further away, the better. After living with an abusive mother most of her life, her brother Drew, part of the town's notorious Knight Crime family, is doing everything he can to help her attend school at UCLA. 

Cole Knight is being groomed to take over the Knight family business. A lethal combination of sexy and dangerous, he has no interest in a relationship... until he meets Kat. Cole wants Kat, and will stop at nothing to have her and keep her, and make her part of the ‘family’.

Kat and Cole have an explosive connection from the first moment they lay eyes on one another.

Now, Kat faces the hardest choice of her life… Cole or UCLA? Cole would mean dealing with everything that comes from being a "Knight." A world where you are constantly worrying about your loved ones being hurt or possibly worse. But loving him makes it seem worth it. Or does she stick with the plan to get as far away from Belmont as possible? Will she give up her dreams of UCLA for Cole? 

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On The Edge is the first book in the Knight series which is based on the notorious Knight crime family.  This is an exciting, fast paced book that kept my interest from start to finish.  It does have a hell of a cliffhanger though, but thankfully the next book is out now so I can continue reading this gripping story.

Kat is keen to escape the town where she was raised by an abusive mother, but things become more complicated when she meets Cole Knight.  He is determined to make Kat his and will do whatever it takes to get her. But Kat has to decide whether or not to give up her dreams of going to UCLA and stay with Cole. And can she cope with Cole's lifestyle if she does stay?

I loved Cole, he is a real alpha male and is so sexy. Kat is great too, she is a strong character but she's also very vulnerable.  Both main characters were well developed and likeable.  The chemistry between Kat and Cole is sizzling, they seem like a good match for each other.  I enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to seeing what the future holds for this couple.  On The Edge gets four out of five stars.

I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.

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