- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 878 KB
- Print Length: 277 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: MTK Publishing (23 Jun. 2014)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00L9GYXPW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #356,590 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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On the Edge (The Knight Series Book 1) Kindle Edition
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And when she loves, she loves fiercely . And she loves the knight family.
I don't normally like girls like this, but I did like her. A lot!
Looking forward to reading book 2 :D
The synopsis of this story sounded so good to me. Who wouldn't want to read a story about a girl who finds love with the heir of the local crime family.
Although I did enjoy this book, there were parts that I thought were not thought through enough and this detracted from the story for me.
When Kat (Katrina) meets Cole, they are instantly drawn to one another but what transpires within practically a 24hr period (or so it feels) is just a little far-fetched.
Despite Kat saying that she is not interested in dating Cole (as she's been planning her future for the past three years) she falls into a relationship with him almost instantly. Being given almost no choice in the matter and just going along with it. As a result, there was no build up and it all seemed rather rushed.
I also thought the scene where Kat meets Cole's father (head of the family) for the first time, unrealistic. Rather than being either intimidated or in awe of him, she is totally rude (even if it was somewhat called for).
She comes across, early in the book as a snotty, ungrateful brat and I really didn't like her!
One week into their relationship and the entire Knight family has taken her in (both as a family member and financially) no questions asked and it just didn't ring true for me.
However, despite all I've said above, Kat did grow on me eventually. She becomes protective of her new family and shows that she would do anything for them.
Then there's Cole....super hot with definite alpha tendencies and that little bit of a controlling nature too...even if he does struggle to keep a rein on his Kitten.
The sub characters are quite good too and you can't help but like Drew, Justin and Julie (is there a story here maybe?!)
There's lots of drama and of course there the hard choice that Kat finds herself having to make. Will she follow her original plan or will she pursue love instead?
This story does end on a cliffhanger, which is clearly meant to be picked up in book 2 but it's not a horrendous cliffhanger. It ends off at just the right place and left me wanting to know just how big the fallout will be.
To sum up, I did enjoy this book but I probably enjoyed the second half more than the first and for all the reason I've stated above, I've awarded this book 3.5 stars (4 stars for publishing purposes).
Kat is keen to escape the town where she was raised by an abusive mother, but things become more complicated when she meets Cole Knight. He is determined to make Kat his and will do whatever it takes to get her. But Kat has to decide whether or not to give up her dreams of going to UCLA and stay with Cole. And can she cope with Cole's lifestyle if she does stay?
I loved Cole, he is a real alpha male and is so sexy. Kat is great too, she is a strong character but she's also very vulnerable. Both main characters were well developed and likeable. The chemistry between Kat and Cole is sizzling, they seem like a good match for each other. I enjoyed this book and I'm looking forward to seeing what the future holds for this couple. On The Edge gets four out of five stars.
I received a copy of this book in exchange for a honest review.
The female lead (Kat) is so unlikable that to be honest I'd slap her if I ever met her. The foul language she constantly uses is unnecessary. She admits that she loves sex but then makes the man she loves wait 6 months??
The men in this book are supposed to be bad ass mafia types but then let Kat run riot.
Plus, the book finishes at 90% which does my head in!!!
I feel like I've wasted my time and money on this book.
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