Yet the crazy attraction between them refuses to go away. And Echo has to ask herself just how far they can push the limits and what she'll risk for the one guy who might teach her how to love again.
I did a bad thing after reading Pushing The Limits; wrote a short review and put it back on my shelf, intending to revisit my review and flesh it out after a day or two. Only, I didn’t. You can call it reviewer laziness, but I choose to go with being so touched by the story that my limited review-writing skills were simply unequipped to write a review that could possibly give this novel justice. (Yeah, I smell it too. It was more reviewer laziness.)
So here’s the painfully short review I have for this immensely addicting novel;
Oh em gee, was this one a page-turner. The physical chemistry between Echo and Noah was off the charts, especially during the first half, but don't be fooled into thinking this is nothing but an edgy romance. Noah's and Echo's equally tragic stories, and the highs and lows therein, are just as strong a focal point as the romance. There were a few minor qualms I had that prevented me from giving this 5 stars, like Noah's fondness for (and overuse of) the endearment baby and a slight drag toward the last quarter, but for the most part, this was a stellar read. One I happily, greedily devoured in under 48 hours.
Pushing The Limits - 4.5 out of 5 stars