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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Montlake Romance (12 Jun. 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 161218331X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612183312
  • Product Dimensions: 3.2 x 15.2 x 21.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 786,772 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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J.T. Geissinger is an award-winning author of paranormal and contemporary romance featuring dark and twisted plots, kick-a** heroines, and alpha heroes whose hearts are even bigger than their muscles. Her debut fantasy romance Shadow's Edge was a #1 bestseller on Amazon US and UK and won the Prism award for Best First Book. Her follow-up novel, Edge of Oblivion, was a RITA Award finalist for Paranormal Romance from the Romance Writers of America, and she has been nominated for numerous awards for her work.

She resides in Los Angeles with her husband.

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J. T. Geissinger is an author, entrepreneur, and avid wine collector. A native of Los Angeles, she currently resides there with her husband and too many cats.


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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Sarah (Feeling Fictional) TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 7 Jun. 2012
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Jenna has spent her whole life on the run but was never really told what she was running from. Her father vanished when she was a young child and since her mother's death all she has wanted is to settle down and find somewhere to call home. When the mysterious Leander arrives on scene she knows she should be hiding from him but he promises to answer her questions about her family and the strange abilities that she has had since childhood. Can she trust this stranger or should she have listened to the warnings her parents gave her? Now she is trapped in his world and told that she must obey the rules of the Ikati but can she find a way to be free?

I read a lot of paranormal romance stories and love coming across different shape shifters so I was very keen to read J.T. Geissinger's debut novel. Although I have come across cat shifters before I was very pleased that the author has put her own spin on things and Shadow's Edge is the start of a promising new series. I really loved finding out about the history of the Ikati who have links back to ancient Egypt when cats were worshipped as gods. Also as a Brit I loved the fact that the Ikati compound is hidden away in the New Forest - I'm sure anyone who has ever been there would have no problem with the idea that a secret community is hidden deep in the forest where no one ever ventures. It's nice to read a story set in the UK that doesn't focus on London and instead takes you out into the countryside and I felt the author did a great job of describing the area for us.
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57 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Scorch on 30 July 2012
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If you loved every second of the Twilight saga, then stop reading this review immediately and go click on the `Add to Basket' button. If I know you, please let me know that you have done this, so I can cut all ties with you and publicly ostracise you.

If, however, like me you were living in constant hope that the immensely irritating lead character would die very, very soon in some very, very painful way, then you should probably avoid this book like the last kebab in the shop at closing time.

The book could have made a decent short story, but removing the long-winded and incredibly repetitive descriptions of the main protagonists' incredible beauty and perfection, and the tedious playground-level misunderstandings would have left the author with maybe one chapter's worth of material where anything actually happens.

There seems to be a formula to these types of books nowadays. Take one lonely girl / woman with amazing latent powers, who has no inkling of how amazingly beautiful she really is. Throw in an incredibly attractive boy / man with superpowers of some description, and then have the girl / woman simper along through the whole book not actually doing anything, but constantly having to be rescued by the aforementioned Captain Awesome.

There should probably be some other amazing boy / man who also likes the girl / woman, which will allow the writer to ramp up the `love triangle' angle.
Make sure that the girl / woman is appropriately laden with angst and guilt and confusion and a constant `he loves me, he loves me not' series of (really pathetic and annoying) misunderstandings so that neither party knows the other is totally in love with them.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Book Addict TOP 500 REVIEWER on 20 May 2012
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The start of a new paranormal romance series, "Shadow's Edge" is a debut novel with the wow factor.

Jenna Moore has been on the run all her life. Now, as she comes close to her 25th birthday she decides to make a stand and confronts the mesmerising strangers who follow her. She discovers that she is only half human and that her shape shifter father broke all Ikati law by marrying her mother and having a child.

Jenna is drawn to the alpha Ikati Leander, yet she finds it difficult to accept him and his people when she uncovers the truth behind the disappearance of her father. But her father's blood runs strong in Jenna and she displays powers most Ikati are unable to wield. The Ikati may insist she obey their laws, but Jenna could be strong enough to start making her own.

The romance is heated between Jenna and Leander, but I found her too much of a swooner for my tastes. Her resolve is easily broken by a heated kiss or touch from Leander, and amid plans to escape she is suddenly ripping his clothes off. The overall pace is quick, the abilities the Ikati display and their history is well conceived and there is escalating drama as Jenna is drawn not only in to the in-house fighting of the Ikati, but also the war with an ancient enemy determined to exterminate the Ikati race. This is a great start and I look forward to exploring this series further when book 2 "Edge of Oblivion" is published later this year.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By T. Segurado on 6 Jun. 2012
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Jenna is a brave self raised young woman with a passion for wine. That passion is fed by the fact that she can smell every single component of a good wine. With the time her mother's warning to run away from anything suspicious becomes reality when she meets Leander and the members of his clan. She finds herself thrown head down on a extremely macho world were women are merely 'procreating material'. That goes against everything she believes in and besides that she falls deeply in love with Leander, the clan's leader. Through her self discovery and discovery of her past she will have to decide whether or not to trust or to run away from this weird and yet so alike to her. The big thing here is the love story, I'm addicted to them so of course I loved the story. There's lots of details that made up a great plot.
However, I've noticed (please do get someone to correct that before the final edition is made) the bad grammatical errors in Portuguese! I'm Brazilian and reading it was painful! Please do not neglect that piece, including Alejandro's name! Alejandro is a spanish name and we speak Portuguese. In Brazil the name is Alexandre! Besides that, the book is lovely!
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