Cherry Adair’s Edge of Fear

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Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Ballantine Books (July 25, 2006)
Language: English
ISBN: 0345485211

He would rewrite the past to save the woman he loves.
The fearless Caleb Edge is one of three brothers assigned to the top-secret paranormal unit of an elite counterterrorism group. As a prized T-FLAC agent, Caleb uses his special mystical gifts to rewind history, halt evil in its tracks, and protect innocent people…like Heather Shaw.

The beautiful daughter of a terrorism financier, Heather watched her father brutally murder her mother. Now, to escape his clutches, Heather begins a new life, far from the realm of power and privilege in which she grew up. On the hunt for Heather’s father, Caleb hopes that Heather can lead him to his target, and he’ll do anything to achieve his objective –even if it means using his striking good looks to his advantage. But in the face of malevolent forces, Caleb doesn’t anticipate a burning conflict between duty and desire, or that he might have to use his power to turn back time–not for justice, but for love.

I really have to say that I enjoyed this book much more than I did the first one. Caleb Edge was a much more interesting hero than his brother was. We got to see alot more of his friends and interactions, which made the story better. Or in my opinion at least.

And the heat between these two characters in the beginning was just blow your mind.

Heather gets pregnant very early on in the story, its not a spoiler as its well known and adds many of its own parts to the story. And Caleb experiences sympathic pregnancy to its extreme and its hilarious.

One thing that bothered me throughout most of the story is that even as a reader I didn’t know when Caleb was acting and when he was really feeling. There were many points he needed a good frying pan over the head.

After reading the first book in this series, I was a bit leery on going through the rest of the books. I already had this second one bought, so I said to myself that I might as well read it but wouldn’t bother with the third. Now, I’m most definitely going to see how it all ends.

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One response »

  1. Yeah, out of the three, I liked the last one the best and then the second. Definitely read the last. The characters are the best imo.

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