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Tessa's life is perfect. She has everything a woman could want, a good job, a family that supports her, and a boyfriend who only ever tries to make her happy. But somehow, even when she has all these things, she feels like her life is empty.
When she lies to Raymond to escape her cut-and-paste life, she meets Beth, a whirlwind of a woman that takes her breath away. Too much alcohol, too little inhibition, and it ends in a night that confuses Tessa and leaves her perfect life a little skewed.
She tries harder to make things work with Raymond, partly out of guilt because of what she's done, and partly because she struggles to change the fact that she's so unhappy when everything in her life tells her not to be.
When she runs into Beth again, and says yes instead of no, her life turns upside down. She doesn't know who she is, what she wants, who she loves anymore. When she loses Raymond, it hurts more than she expected, but why is that a problem when she still has Beth? With so many questions she barrels forward, hoping that somewhere, some of her actions will offer answers.
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Would you consider the audio edition of Edge of Reason to be better than the print version?
I never read the print version
What was one of the most memorable moments of Edge of Reason?
All the steam between the heroine and Beth
Which character – as performed by Hollie Jackson – was your favorite?
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
It sure was
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This was bought in error
I listened to as couple of chapters because I made the mistake of buying it, instead of playing the age of reason. Cheesy story line and dreadful narration. Definitely won't expand your horizons, not recommended.