Monday, September 3, 2012

Over the Edge - A Review

Seth Kincaid, the crazy brother, has begun to remember almost everything about his life. Except for one important detail - his wife Callie. Callie's arrival in Colorado isn't at all peaceful. There's a stage holdup that she helps to save everyone on the stage. And then there's her long lost husband. Add to the mix a secret from the Kincaid brother's long dead father and a desperate man who wants to get back what is his from Julia and Audra Kincaid, the wives of Seth's brothers, Callie discovers that all of this should drive Seth even crazier. But instead it seems to make him more sane. Will Seth finally let the demons of his past rest and find healing and peace with his wife? Or will the danger that threatens them all actually tear apart this family for good?

This is the third and final book in the Kincaid Brides series. I've enjoyed each of these books and this one was no different. I like Seth from the moment I met him in Out of Control. Humorous  in spots, yet filled with characters that are quirky and endearing. Fans of romantic cowboys will enjoy this book.

I received this book from the author as a prize. She did not ask me to write a review, though I am happy to do so. My thoughts and opinions are my own.

Rating - 4 stars


  1. Thanks, Dawn. I'm so glad you enjoyed it!

    1. Ever since I was introduced to your books with Out of Control, I've been a fan of yours. I've not yet had time to read everything you've written, but I will. I have several of them here on one of the many book shelves in my apartment. I can't wait to read your next book.


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