Edge of Oblivion

Edge of Oblivion

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Morgan Montgomery is waiting to die. Branded a traitor by her tribe, the Ikati shape-shifter has no hope for mercy -- until Jenna, the Ikati's newly crowned queen and Morgan's former ally, offers one last chance for redemption. Morgan must infiltrate the Rome headquarters of the Expurgari, the Ikati's ancient enemy, to destroy them once and for all. The beautiful renegade has just a fortnight to complete her mission or forfeit her life. But she does not travel alone... Xander Luna is a trained assassin and the Ikati's most feared enforcer, famed for his swift brutality and stony heart. Fiercely loyal, he is prepared to hate the traitor under his watch -- until they come face-to-face. For Morgan Montgomery arouses something unexpected inside of him, something that threatens everything he believes in and the fate of the tribe itself: a love as powerful and passionate as it is forbidden.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 412 pages
  • 140 x 208 x 32mm | 557.92g
  • Amazon Publishing
  • Montlake Romance
  • Seattle, United States
  • English
  • 1612184197
  • 9781612184197
  • 536,214

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1,735 ratings
3.99 out of 5 stars
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2 4% (68)
1 1% (21)

Our customer reviews

There's so much that happens in this story that just has you glued to the page. Xander and Morgan are incredibly compelling and my heart just broke for them repeatedly. I love the members of the Syndicate that are introduced. I am also intrigued with the idea of a newly discovered colony, though I have no idea where that might go in future books and I fear how things will go with who I suspect is the villain of book 3. I can't really say too much about the colony and the villain and all due to spoilers, so I'll just say, go read! This book also definitely felt like it had a darker villain than book 1 (which isn't a bad thing!), though thankfully the worse of his transgressions occur "off screen". I am a little disappointed that we didn't get to see more of the characters we met in book 1 and what little we did see just didn't have the same feel. I did have a big hiccup while reading. There are some definite parallels that can be drawn between some things in this story and some things in the Black Dagger Brotherhood world by JR Ward, which frustrated me for a while until ultimately the differences presented themselves enough to satisfy me. A truly exciting sequel with many twists and turns, Edge of Oblivion will have you laughing, crying, and hanging on every word. It'll have you up all night and wanting more!show more
by Hillary Curran
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