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Over the Edge (The Kincaid Brides) (Volume 3) Paperback – August 1, 2012
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Seth Kincaid survived a fire in a cave, but he hasn't been the same since. Then he fought in the Civil War and returned to Colorado crazier than ever.
Somewhere along the line, it appears Seth got married. Oh, he has a lot of excuses, but his wife isn't too happy to find out Seth doesn't remember her. Callie isn't a long-suffering woman. When Seth disappeared, she searched, prayed, and worried. Now she's come out west to wrangle her long-lost husband.
Seth is willing to make amends. Callie is more interested in shooting him. Can they rekindle their love before one of them goes over the edge?
"With trademark humor, Conneally (In Too Deep; Out of Control) weaves a delightful tale that is sure to please her fans and win her new readers. Recommend it to those who enjoy the fiction of Mona Gansberg Hodgson." --Library Journal
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Top Customer Reviews
It was great to get to read Seth's story and find out what made him the way he is. I found his wife, Callie, to be a new favorite character of mine - right along with other favorites from this series: Ethan, Seth, plus many more. :)
I loved the little surprises that were in Over the Edge (not going to say what they were, but if you read this book, I think you'll know what I'm talking about) and found myself grinning SO MUCH throughout the book. If you would have seen me when reading this book, you'd probably have laughed. :)
I think this is the last book in the Kincaid Brides series, which I find sad because I love these characters and do not want this to be the end... I'm hoping Mary Connealy will write more with them. :)
I most definitely recommend Over the Edge for older teens/adults, especially if you like historical romances. :)
*I received a complimentary copy of this book for my review. I was not required to give a positive review, only my honest opinion - which I've done. All thoughts and opinions expressed are my own.*
Mary Connealy... you got skills.
From the first page in Seth's POV I was sold. Seth hears threats blazing from an over-turned stagecoach. His thoughts:
A woman who knew his name.
A woman who knew his name and wanted to kill him.
He'd never had much luck with women."
No question, the strength of this story is being able to sympathize with Seth. I felt like I understood him, even when he didn't understand himself. I also understood why Callie married him, nightmares and all.
This book is funny, exciting and romantic. If you like tough heroines and reckless but kind-hearted heroes, you need to find yourself a copy of Over the Edge.
Now I must say this: I waited for months to read this last book of the series. Then the author wrote a novella about the heroes from her next series of books, “Trouble in Texas” which shows how they bonded in Andersonville prison camp during the Civil War. This novella, “Closer than Brothers: surviving Andersonville” is not a romance. I found it read very much like Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning” (a book I’ve read at least five times). In addition to showing how the heroes in “Trouble in Texas” became brothers, the novella also tells Seth’s story. Given this background to Seth’s life and how it was he got married gave a rich dimension to “Over the Edge” that I’ve never experienced in a romance. No romance book would contain the drama found in “Closer the Brothers”.
I suggest that if you want to get the best reading enjoyment from “Over the Edge” and all three of the books in “Trouble in Texas” then you should read “Closer than Brothers.” It is available free on the author’s special website. Here is the address: http://mconnealy.blogspot.com/p/closer-than-brothers.htm .
This is an experience you will not get in any other romance series.
“Over the Edge” is About As Good As a Story Like this Ever Gets! 5 Stars!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just plain a good book and one of the series I have read. Enjoy the way the writer writes and expresses herself.Published 7 days ago by Judy wehrly
Over the Edge is a Christian romance with God as our center. The peace that passes understand ing healing 3 brothers and their wives. Hard to put down. A very satisfying read.Published 13 days ago by Carolyn J Crawford
This series is awesome. The author is amazing at keeping the reader spell bound.Published 28 days ago by Doe
I received the first book in this series, "Out of Control" free. I read it and it was interesting, but not great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Suzi
Wished there was more books in this series. . Just couldn't put them down. Lots of action suspense and love!Published 2 months ago by Anna Leffew
I had read it before, but couldn't resist reading it again, and it was delightful!Published 3 months ago by Anne Hines
Loved the series, highly recommend it. Christian based story, clean and good, easy read. Loved the first and second of this series.Published 6 months ago by Julia Geiger