Over the Edge, by Mary Connealy, is the third book in The Kincaid Brides series. It is a beautiful blend of action, humor, and romance. I have not read the earlier books in the series, but that will soon be remedied.
Seth Kincaid is a survivor, but a crazy one. After all, he doesn't remember marrying Callie. Callie won't let him off easy though and follows him out to Colorado after he disappears. When she finds her husband, she wants to shoot him. All Seth wants to do is make amends, but Callie doesn't trust him and won't let him out of her sight.
What a wonderful way to start out a marriage, huh?
Connealy did a wonderful job characterizing Callie. Her reactions to being abandoned by her husband are believable, it is no wonder she is so reluctant to trust the man she married.
Seth also has to deal with the terrors of his past.
These internal battles are always the hardest to maintain credibility at a writer and Connealy doesn't seem to bat an eyelash in the process.
Take a look at the book trailer.
*I was given a free copy by Bethany House Publishers in return for an honest review.