The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski

I was definitely impatient about waiting to read this book as soon as I found out about it. This new adult contemporary romance contains a fun road trip, and two characters who find what they are looking for with each other. This book certainly had me laughing out loud, and at points, crying at unexpected turn of events (this may have happened in class, dang it!). All in all, I’m very happy with my choice to pick this book up, and I never expected to relate so much to the protagonist!

This novel follows twenty year old Camryn Bennett who spontaneously decides to hop on a Greyhound bus and leave the life she never wanted. Repetitive day to day activities, studying for a job that she could have for the rest of her life, and living in the same place were all factors that motivated her to pick up her purse and a small bag with several necessities and leave. She realizes that what is expected of her in life from society is something she doesn’t want. She sets out on the road to nowhere and has no idea where she is going or what she is trying to find. That is until she meets handsome twenty-five year old Andrew Parrish, who hops on the same bus in Kansas and just so happens to sit behind her. Their connection and friendship develops the rest of the bus trip, until he makes it to his destination and they go their separate ways. But perhaps that doesn’t mean the road ends for them right there.

If you’ve been craving for a good contemporary romance book, I highly recommend you pick this book up soon! The characters are easily likable, and the story unfolds in the most unexpected and enjoyable way possible.

My rating: 90%

the edge of never

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