Girl on the Edge Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
"Girl on the Edge is a searing breakthrough of a book. Utterly original and completely enthralling, it broke my heart and all the rules at the same time." (Laurelin Paige, New York Times best-selling author)
He's her husband, but he's not the man she married.
Caden and Greysen come home from deployment to build a life together. Everything is perfect, until Caden starts changing into a different man - one with a savage edge that's as dangerous as it is seductive.
Who is her husband?
What has he become?
With time running out and forces bigger than their marriage working against them, Greysen needs to put together the pieces before Caden takes it all too far....
Previously released in serial format starting with Rough Edge.
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|Listening Length||18 hours and 7 minutes|
|Narrator||Maxine Mitchell, Joe Arden|
|Audible.com Release Date||January 22, 2019|
|Publisher||Flip City Media|
|Best Sellers Rank|| #71,298 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
#805 in Psychological Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
#1,687 in Psychological Thrillers (Audible Books & Originals)
#4,906 in Psychological Fiction (Books)
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Have The Edge Collection and was so excited. Reread over the weekend and started Girl last night! VERY SUPRISED AND UPSET.
More disclosure to this book is warranted.
I was really looking forward to this story. I have read come of CD Reiss previous books and loved them but unfortunately, this one fell flat. This is an erotica/thriller and the more I read the more disappointed I got. Greyson is a psychologist with a husband suffering for PTSD and split personality. I understand that PTSD from the military is huge in our country but I feel the way the author wrote about this, was not represented well at all. For the length of this book (over 800 pages) there could have been so much to this story. So much more character development instead of the repetitiveness that it had. The answer to every problem in this story was rough/abusive sex. I am huge lover of both erotica and thriller stories but this one was just very disappointing.
Greysen comes from a long line of military members. She planned on honoring her family tradition and making the military a career until she meets Caden. Caden received a direct commission as a doctor and joined the army under privilege, knowing that as soon as his ‘debt’ was paid, he would go back to civilian life as a surgeon. Greysen will follow Caden home to New York, both leaving military life behind. He is a cardiac surgeon, she is a psychiatrist. They go about their new routines, their jobs, hanging with friends. The changes are so subtle that Greysen thinks Caden is just readjusting to finally having his wife home. Their marriage is great. They’re happy and their time between the sheets is even better. Sure he’s a little rougher than before, but much to Greysen’s surprise she loves Caden’s domineering demeanor in the bedroom. But it doesn’t take long for Greysen to realize that her husband isn’t quite the same and she begins to feel he may be suffering from PTSD. He is after all a surgeon who while medicated and under psychiatric monitoring remained awake for eight days while tending to those wounded on the front line. Surely no one walks away from the horrors of war unscathed. Right?
Narration is performed in duet. I believe this was Joe Arden and Maxine Mitchell's first duet and their performances are EPIC. Maxine has the perfect amount of emotion to draw you in from the beginning that as the story begins to escalate, Maxine is right there maintaining the cadence and emotion needed to convey what Greysen's feeling and going through as she does everything she can to help Caden.
Joe. WOW! Joe is outstanding in delivering the changes his character goes through. And let me tell you, the end of chapter 63 and ALL OF chapter 64 were pearl-clutching moments as Joe delivered his best performance EVER. I literally clasped my hand to my throat as I was so enthralled by his acting at this moment, in this scene. When he screams, when he cries out, and when he cries, you feel it. YOU. FEEL. IT. This entire scene with Maxine and Joe will stay with you and will not be easily forgotten. It is now my litmus for all things Emotional Joe.