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Edge of the Past (Edge #2) by [Comeaux, Jennifer]
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"What a refreshing addition to the recently exploding 'new adult' book scene!" - Jenna, Making the Grade Reviews


"I adore the relationship between Sergei and Emily. They are one of my favorite couples to read about." - Kristina, Ever and Ever Sight

"So many emotions were brought out in me. I was giddy, happy, and excited. I was sad, devastated, and angry. I was in love and I was heartbroken." - Chrissy, The Every Free Chance Reader


"The flow of the writing and story sucked me in right from the start and wouldn't let go." - Mariann, Belle's Book Bag

About the Author

Jennifer Comeaux is a tax accountant by day, writer by night. There aren't any ice rinks near her home in south Louisiana, but she's a diehard figure skating fan and loves to write stories of romance set in the world of competitive skating. One of her favorite pastimes is travelling to competitions, where she can experience all the glitz and drama that inspire her writing. Jennifer loves to hear from readers! Visit jennifercomeaux.blogspot.com for contact information and to learn more about her books.

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  • File Size: 699 KB
  • Print Length: 259 pages
  • Publisher: Clean Reads (November 27, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 27, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00AEFAWD6
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #559,651 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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EDGE OF THE PAST by Jennifer Comeaux is the sequel to LIFE ON THE EDGE. It's the second book in a "new adult" series about the competitive nature of professional ice skating and one young woman's trials with love both on and off the ice. Fair warning, there may be spoilers for book one in the review below.

If you have not yet read LIFE ON THE EDGE, you really should get on that. You can pick up the e-book for only 99 cents on Amazon!

The being said, EDGE OF THE PAST continues the story of Emily and Sergei between the 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics. Emily is training with her pairs partner to win their first World Championship, but Sergei's past catches up with him, affecting their relationship as well as her performance on the ice.

What a refreshing addition to the recently exploding "new adult" (NA) book scene! While most books in this market these days like to focus on "hard knock" lifestyles and young girls coming of age through love and lust, both LIFE ON THE EDGE and EDGE OF THE PAST provide some cleaner fiction for readers on the cusp of adulthood. Just as emotionally intense as other popular NA favorites (such as Easy by Tammara Webber and Back to You by Priscilla Glenn) Jennifer's series is less heat and more heart.

EDGE OF THE PAST starts off during a very critical time in Emily and Sergei's lives. They have come to terms with their relationship and seem to be in a good place both on and off the ice - they are also mere months away from their wedding day. But a surprise encounter while competing at Sergei's home in Russia brings about yet another road block in their love life.
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I was so looking forward to reading Edge Of The Past and I was so not disappointed!! This story doesn't focus as much on the skating and competitions like Life On The Edge did. The main focus here is more how a certain situation from Sergei's past affects him and Emily after they return from Russia.

This is not the fun easy read that Life On The Edge was but it does have a HEA that I just loved. Although this story has love and romance it also has more than it's fair share of tears and heartache. Sergei and Emily are battered in this book as well. But besides that or maybe because of that, I think that this is my favorite of the two books so far. The flow of the writing and story sucked me in right from the start and wouldn't let go. I didn't want to leave Sergei and Emily at the end, even though I LOVED the ending. So sweet and definitely left a smile on my face.

I love how Sergei tried not to exclude Emily from his dealings with Elena. He may have been distracted while struggling with all of the changes to their life but he tried hard not to leave her out and he constantly tried to tell her as well as show her that he loved her. Sergei *sigh* He is definitely not the ALPHA male type but I fell in love with his character right from the start. I thought he handled the situation as best as he could~considering. But I also felt for Emily's character and I thought that Jennifer wrote her feelings and emotions so well. I totally understood why she acted the way she did. And I even felt a little sorry for Elena. (just a little) lol Again not one ounce of sex in this book either but as with Life On The Edge, I didn't feel that the story lacked because of it. Edge Of The Past definitely was not lacking in anything!! :)

Great addition to the series.
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I'm a fan of sequels, the only thing that makes them better is if they are a series for me. So I was very excited when I found out that Life On The Edge would have a sequel. I went into it not having read any of the blurbs the author put on her blog of Facebook fan page, I wanted to be surprised.

Boy was I!

You must read Life On The Edge before you read this, otherwise you might be a little lost. As a reader, I loved getting into Sergei's past and learning about the things that have molded him into the man that he is today. If you read the first book, then you know him and his previous partner had a child. That plays a huge part in this book. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but suffice it to say a wrench gets thrown into the wedding plans of the golden couple.

This is one of the most realistic views of a relationship and a couple that I've ever read, minus the sex, so if that's a make it or break it for you...please be aware of that going into the story. If it's not, dive into this book and follow this amazing journey that Sergei and Emily take. There were times that my heart broke for her and him separately and then for her and him together. It's truthfully a story of getting through the rough patches that all relationships have.

When they arrive in Russia, we learn exactly what Sergei's relationship with his Dad is. It's uncomfortable, but how many of us have uncomfortable relationships with our parents? It's relatable and that's one of the things I love most about this book. Anyone who has ever had to fight for their relationship to make it past that one thing that will either make or break it will love this book.

It's a love story, in the truest sense of a love story.
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