- File Size: 2223 KB
- Print Length: 146 pages
- Publisher: Pride Publishing (January 10, 2017)
- Publication Date: January 10, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01MYU2DVE
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #478,377 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Binding the Edges (Tales from The Edge Book 8) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This review is going to be short. I don't want to provide any spoilers, especially as this is the finale of one of my all-time favorite series.
Ollie, as you know if you've been following the series, is a bratty little sub with a heart of gold. He's also a nurse and the beloved sub and partner of Joe, one of the owners of The Edge BDSM and sometimes corporate training center. Some time ago Ollie attracted a dangerous, unhinged stalker.
Joe is an ultimate Dom who knows the difference between owning a sub and offering another man the love and guidance he needs. And he's super hot!
In the finale of the series, The Edge staff are preparing for a Tenth Anniversary celebration of the facility. Or so they think. Before the book ends a threat is eliminated,a new Dom and sub find each other, everyone we've met and fallen in love with gather for a celebration party, and a beautiful HEA is won.
If you are new to the 8 book series, it's never too late to start, and if you've been anticipating the finale, it's here and well worth the wait. This book was dedicated to Will, so we have LM Somerton and her friend Will to thank for a lovely reading experience.
*Sighs* All good things must come to an end—or so the saying goes, I’m not at all convinced. And as series go, Tales from the Edge is most definitely a wondrous thing and as a result I’m heartbroken that with Binding the Edges we do indeed reach the conclusion of what has been a joyful and utterly delightful reading experience.
I’m so happy that Binding the Edges turned out to be the perfect finale to what has been an amazing and thoroughly enjoyable journey. In this story the edges are indeed bound, every thread is beautifully and satisfactory tied off, and the ending to Olly and Joe’s storyline is as perfect as I could have hoped for.
Of course these men have a road to travel before they’re allowed to reach their happily ever after. And what a journey it is—roller coaster ride is probably a better term. Between the hilarious preparations for the anniversary celebrations, the kinky times Joe and Olly indulge in every time they have the opportunity, and danger in the form of deranged Dom Mark Vickery once again raising its ugly head, the reader is thrown from one emotion into the next with barely a moment’s respite to catch her breath; delicious.
I could continue gushing about this book, but I’d rather spend some time and words declaring my love for this series. For me a book or series of books is a success when the characters get under my skin, crawl into my heart, and become so well defined that I know I would recognise them if I ran across them in the street. And that’s exactly what happened with the men in these books. Maybe they’re not all equally clear in my mind’s eye but I can’t deny that especially Olly, Joe, Heath and Aiden have now claimed their place among my favourite characters ever. The close to perfect combination of romance, kinky sexiness, and suspense had me hooked from the very first book. And while none of the individual titles in this series made it on to my ‘extra-special’ list, the Tales from The Edge series as a whole has found its place near the top of that particular ranking.
No matter how sad I am that this is the last book in this series I have to admit Binding the Edges is a fabulous conclusion to a wonderful series.