The Edge of Heaven, the second part in Gia Riley’s Taboo and Emotional Broken Wings Duet is Available NOW!!
When I said I would kill for her, I meant it. When I said I would die for her, I meant that, too. But protection comes with a price and so does my life. I can’t hold her. I can’t speak to her. I can’t even see her. The most important piece of my life is gone. I had everything. I had Winnie. And just like that, my unconditional love vanished. Picking up the pieces is impossible. There’s no easy way to fall out of love. But that’s exactly what I have to do. The Edge of Heaven is the emotional conclusion to Wrong Side of Heaven. One jilted love story. Four converging paths. A brand new forever.
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About Gia Riley
Author Gia Riley has been in love with writing romance since high school when she took her very first creative writing class. From the small but mighty state of Delaware, she’s a country girl at heart, traveling back to her roots in Pennsylvania as often as she can.
While New Adult and Contemporary romance have been her passion, she’s dabbled with more erotic plotlines lately, enjoying discovering the sexier side of love with each story she pens. After all, she’s a lover of all things romance – a firm believer that everyone deserves their
happily ever after no matter what it takes to get there.
When she’s not writing, you can find her roaming the aisles of Kirkland’s, up to her elbows in Play-doh, or trying to hunt down spoilers for her favorite reality television show.
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My rating: 4 of 5 stars
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I finished The Edge of Heaven earlier this evening and I’m still reeling a little bit. Ms Riley’s conclusion to the duet is well written and heartbreaking all at the same time.
This book picks up immediately from where the first book leaves off so we see what happens to Winnie and the roles that Trey and Jasper continue to play.
These are characters that are captivating even when they are hard to like. I found myself rooting for Winnie and wanting to bring her home all at the same time. She is a character that just about ripped my heart out, especially seeing her struggle to accept genuine expressions of kindness and structure. It was easy to see her potential to spiral into the very lifestyle she was so desperate to avoid.
My only complaint about the story was the role Alex/Dray played. The motivation behind his betrayal of Winnie never really made sense to me. It worked as a driver of the story, but I wish I understood it more.
This is a serious, heavy book and the reader should consider that, but it pulls you in and won't let you go.
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