"Ashley definitely delivers on a smoldering read."
Reviewed by Annie Tegelan
Posted June 8, 2017
Romance Erotica Sensual
THE FARTHEST EDGE is the second book in the Honey series by
Ashley. Although the book does stand well on its own, I
reading the series in order. In this book, Branch is a man
with an interesting
past. As you can expect, this past haunts him. I find that
Ashley always does
this to her characters and it's a good way for readers to
really relate to them.
Another person who can understand traumatic pasts is the
heroine of the
story, Evangeline. Stepping away from the Honey Club has
been hard but
when she gets an invitation from Branch, she simply cannot
If you're new to this series, this series is an Erotic
Romance with BDSM
elements, so I wouldn't recommend this to the faint of
heart. In this story we
have a d/s relationship and while it isn't one of my
favorites in the series, I
still enjoyed it.
Branch and Evangeline has a chemistry that is undeniable.
They like to push
each other and I found that even though there is a clear
dominant in this
relationship, they like to tease each other a lot.
I will say that the writing in this book does feel a little
bit different. It
definitely feels a little more disjointed in some scenes
than others. I
especially found this to be true with some of the shorter
scenes. This is a
massive book for an Erotic Romance so be prepared for a lot
of dirty talk,
sexual exploration and lots of begging. Ashley definitely
delivers on a
A man without a past. A woman who lost her future. Together
they'll push each other to the farthest edge and ignite a
passion that's harder and deeper than they ever imagined.
But is it strong enough to turn into something real and
lasting? In the second highly anticipated book in the Honey
series, New York Times bestselling author Kristen Ashley
once again delivers a smoldering hot story that is achingly
romantic and populated with intensely raw characters that
will stay with you long after you turn the final page.
What do you think about this review?
1 comment posted.
Re: Ashley definitely delivers on a smoldering read.
I love KA' s books and she does bring the smoulder. She also
brings humor, a virtue. However, I'm not going to read this
series bc it's not my cuppa.
(Kathleen Bylsma 3:30pm June 13, 2017)
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