Saturday, December 10, 2016

Review: Over the Edge

Over the Edge Over the Edge by Meredith Wild
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Olivia’s a good girl from a rich, overbearing family. The kind of family that looks down on others, at least her parents do. Not being able to take their judgmental attitudes any more, she has decided to help her much beloved brothers with their dream of opening fitness centers by using her abilities in design.
She walks into the building one day and realizes that some changes have been made to her plans without her permission and she goes after the man who made them.
Will is that man. He’s the man with the money, the one paying for all the work to make the Bridge siblings dream a reality. Immediately captivated by the good girl, he decides that he needs to have her. But Will isn’t into commitments. He’s everything that Olivia tries to avoid, but this time she can’t and the sparks fly.
Enter Ian, he’s a firefighter that works with one of Olivia’s brothers and has been doing some of the work in the fitness center as well. He’s also Will’s roommate. They’ve shared women before, but not one who has made them feel like they want to be with her forever.
Olivia has feelings for both, but with her upbringing and judgmental family, will she be able to keep both?
This book stunned me. It’s so brilliantly written. It’s the third in the series, but honestly, I haven’t read the first two and was able to follow along with no issues. Actually, the characters and the writing made me want to now read the first two. If you’re a fan of a well written story with a myriad of characters, all with different personalities, I would definitely suggest reading!!

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