Book Review

Over the Edge by Meredith Wild

28205956About the Book

Olivia Bridge has always been a good girl—good grades, good friends, and a good job that her wealthy parents handed her. Desperate to carve out a life that is truly hers, Liv walks away from it all and takes on the challenge of helping her brothers open a chain of fitness centers in New York City. Just as she’s beginning to find her footing in a new place, she’s caught between two men who couldn’t be more determined to turn all her goodness inside out.

Will Donovan has the capital to make the Bridge brothers’ entrepreneurial dreams a reality. Taking their uptight sister to bed seems a reasonable perk for the risk. Liv is the smartest, sexiest prude Will’s ever met, and he can’t wait to break her down.

Life is too short for Ian Savo to play by anyone’s rules. Sharing women with his best friend isn’t anything new, so when Will introduces him to Liv, he can’t wait to get a taste. But falling for the same girl, or falling at all, was never in the plans…


I don’t think I’ve read any books by Meredith Wild before, yet this was an enjoyable book, in my opinion. I wouldn’t really recommend starting a book series with the last book, but that’s what happened to me here, so I did end up reading this one and then read the previous books in the series. I’m glad this is one of those books where you don’t HAVE to read the previous books, because I wasn’t lost by starting at the end of the series. There is heartache in this book, along with angst and I honestly didn’t know how things would end and the book (along with the story) kept me captivated the entire book. I look forward to checking out more of Meredith Wild’s books!

Thanks NetGalley

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