Title: Edge of Disaster
Series: Edge, Book 1
Publisher: Self- Published
Author: A.M. Hargrove
Genre: Contemporary Romance
★ ☆★ ☆ – 4 Stars
Adult Contemporary Romance–Not appropriate for younger readers.
Alexia Hammond, broken and destroyed by a tragedy she can’t seem to recover from, is on a downward spiral toward destruction. A life of partying, alcohol, drugs and men has brought her near the edge of disaster. That is until one night while at work as a waitress in an upscale restaurant, she falls under the spell of one of her customers, Pearce Middleton. Once she gazes into his smoky gray eyes, her life takes on new meaning. But can she put her past behind her and allow herself to fall for the exciting and gorgeous Pearce, or will her lewd behavior come back to haunt her and ruin her chances of happiness forever?
This was one of the most suspenseful, real reads that I have read in awhile. It isn’t over the top, but just enough so you want to know more. The characters are well defined, the story line is amazing, and I loved how they had real emotions, just like normal people in the real world.
Alexia has been through hell, and just when she wants to run away from life she bumps into Pearce. Everything wasn’t about flowers, and rainbows, she still wants to run away. Life can be so hard for someone who is overcoming emotions, and self blame.
About the Author
One day on her way home from work as a sales manager, USA Today bestselling author, A. M. Hargrove, realized her life was on fast-forward. If she didn’t do something soon, it would be too late to write that novel she had dreamt of her whole life. She slammed on the brakes, made a crazy decision, and quit her job. Then she reinvented herself as a Naughty and Nice Romance Author.
She fancies herself all of the following: Reader, Writer, Dark Chocolate Lover, Ice Cream Worshipper, Coffee Drinker, Grey Goose Aficionado, and #WalterThePuppy Lover. If you’re around her for more than five minutes, you’ll soon notice she has a tendency to talk your ear off. Believe it or not, all her crazy stories she tells are true too.
Edge of Disaster