Contemporary Romance

Review: The Farthest Edge

The Farthest Edge
The Farthest Edge by Kristen Ashley
My rating: 4.5 of 5 stars

Kristen Ashley gives her fans another aluring and passionate love story with a whole lot of blazing hot kink.

How can a man who doesn’t exist and a woman whose existence has been shaken find common ground and a possible future together?

Very few things are known about the man who sporadically works as security for The Bee’s Honey, and exclusive BDSM club. He lives for revenge, but only one person knows that. He leads a solitary life except for when it comes to his carnal needs to which he prefers to submit. Finding a skilled Domme though hadn’t been easy until the Honey’s owner refers him to Evangeline and now that he’s had the pleasure of being under her whip, he’s questioning everything.

After a scene gone wrong, Evangeline didn’t just step away from the Domme, lifestyle she distanced herself from everyone she cared about. But it’s time to get back on the saddle or behind the crop in her case. And nothing makes her more determined to get back to the scene than the seemingly cold and unbreakable Branch. It’ll take time, care and patience, but together, Branch and Evangeline will take each other to heights they’d never imagined and push one another to edge, creating a bond so deep and intense it’s impossible to ignore, but will it strong enough survive their pasts?

If you love sizzling hot romances and Kristen Ashley, this is definitely a must read especially if you like the Deep End. But where the previous book set up the Bee’s Honey world and its characters, and featured the very outwardly Olivier and Amèlie who delighted in putting on a show, the Farthest Edge centers on the relationship between two very reserved people. No matter what the plot, characters or setting though, you can always count on KA to feed our romantic addiction with deliciously sweet love stories linking a magnificent alpha male and a woman crafted just for him.

Branch is a hero you can easily fall for even though he’s closed off and reclusive, there are good reasons for this. He’s also self-assured, caring and definitely knows what he wants and under Evangeline’s persistence and attention they’re both likely to fall because the bond that forms between the two may start off as extraordinary sensual, but it slowly turns into so much more.

As an erotic romance, you should expect abundant amounts of kinky sex, but if you strip that away you get a satisfyingly sweet and tender romance.

The Farthest Edge is book #2 in the Honey series by Kristen Ashley. It is a DBSM erotic read. It’s told from both points of view with a happy ending.
4.5 stars

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* I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author via InkSlinger. The excerpts are from that copy. *

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