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The Edge of Never (The Edge of Never, #1) - J.A. Redmerski Right before she graduated Camryns boyfriend died, her next boyfriend cheats on her, and then her best friend doesn't believe her when she tells her that her boyfriend hit on her. She hates her job and feels stifled, so she decides to hop on a bus and just go. While on the bus she meets Andrew, he is on his way to see his dying father. While they are on the bus they get close and after Andrew saves her from a possible rape in a bathroom they decide to keep traveling together. After Andrew sees his father they take of in Andrew's car with no destination in mind. Camryn is a normal twenty year girl who has had a hard life and doesn’t really know who she is or what she wants. Andrew is a think outside the box guy having a hard time dealing with his dad dying and his own problems. Andrew makes Camryn see things in a new light and try things that she would normally wouldn't. They have interesting conversations and some of their antics are hilarious. The sex scenes are descriptive but not pornographic. The tattoo that Andrew had and the meaning behind it melted my heart. I absolutely loved this book, the pursuit of a woman trying to discover herself and a man trying to run from his problems. The book was very engaging, it had me laughing at the antics and sympathizing with the two main characters. I was so emotionally involved in the book that I had to put it down towards the end because I was crying so hard. Redmerski has written a truly wonderful book.