Eight years ago, Cole Van Buren left me at the altar without a single explanation. My heart’s been at a standstill ever since, the anger keeping me from moving on. Keeping me from seeing the man who’s been right in front of me all this time…
Andrew’s been the friend I needed, the one constant through the hardest times of my life. But one night, the lines blur and we’re tipped into something more. Just when I’m ready to explore what we could be…
My ex comes back.
Cole says he didn’t come to get me back, but I should know better. The answers he dangles overhead are the ones I need to finally let go.
Except there’s no such thing as closure, only a past that wants to pull you backward.
A cycle we can't break. A story without an end.
An entrancing read by Veronica Larsen.
I was completely captivated by the writing style,the creativity,the plot and the curiosity of how this story of Mila was going to play out. What started as a straight forward woman jilted at the alter, a woman unable to move on and still in pain even after eight years turned into a spiders web of unanswered questions, revelations and decisions.
So in love looking forward to marrying the man who was her whole world Mila stood in the church without a groom and now eight years later still has no answers until Cole suddenly returns.
Mila had tried to move on with her life she has a best friend Andrew who she also works with and they first meet when in anger Mila goes out to purposely have a one night stand with a stranger only she spends the night crying on his shoulder.
Drew and Mila had been friends ever since but recently things began to shift and they were on the verge of something more.
This is where I thought Oh no this is going to be a love triangle, don't get me wrong I love those I like the angst and torturous decisions the characters have to make but this wasn't like that at all for any reader who looks at love triangles with dread.
The Edge of us is a captivating story one that takes you on the journey with the characters, deals with healing, broaches on the subject of addiction, pain and unworthiness, it's a read that gives you hope for the characters as it progresses and has you sighing happily when it reaches the happily ever after.
An enjoyable read told in dual povs. No heavy drama, angst or cheating The Edge of us is a story you can feel a part of and get engrossed in.
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