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Publisher's Summary

Step into the Honey Club, where every sensual boundary will be tested in search of the ultimate pleasure....

Branch doesn't exist. Living off the grid, he's looking for a way to forget his past and the guilt that plagues him. But no woman has ever been able to bring him to the edge he craves.

After a traumatic experience of her own, Evangeline stepped away from the decadent world of the Honey Club. But when she gets Branch's offer - to play without boundaries or commitments - it's too tempting for her to refuse.

As their passion ignites, Evangeline and Branch push each other to their farthest limit, fulfilling their darkest desires while falling harder and deeper than they ever imagined.

©2017 Kristen Ashley (P)2017 Audible, Inc.

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I was bored

Solid writing... I mean it's Kristen Ashley so that's a given... but these sex club romances just seem to lack the heart and the natural buildup and excitement of falling in love that most of Ms Ashley's books have in spades. I am three hours out from finishing this book and I keep waiting for something more. I don't think it's coming. Bored by this lifestyle and the sex first then ... love? I'm not feeling it.

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A great listen, even if it was not my thing. though the lack of a dramatic resolution made this story a little boring.

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Loved It!

Evangeline has given up BDSM after a former lover snaps and brutalizes her during a scene. It would take someone special to pull her back into the life. Branch is a submissive, but he never really obtains pleasure as he tries to have the demons that haunt his soul beaten out of him by a variety of mistresses. Branch is skeptical that Evangeline is what he needs, but Evangeline knows what she wants and Branch is just the guy to make her take a second chance.

This audiobook definitely took me to the furthest edge! I wasn’t sure I was going to like this story. I’m always a little apprehensive when the story deals with male submission. Author Kristen Ashley succeeds spectacularly in mixing this alpha male and his submissive needs. This book is way hot and explicit. You pretty much have to be okay with sexuality on all levels, because anything and everything short of homosexuality goes in this book.

The Furthest Edge is the second book in KA’s most daring new series. This audiobook which clocks in at 15 hours and 29 minute pushes the boundaries. One thing that hasn’t changed is Kristen ability to write a deeply touching story with characters that you truly grow to care about no matter how flawed they are and trust me they are seriously flawed!

In real life is there such a person as Branch? It’s fun to imagine, but I’d put him in the same category as the Abominable Snowman, I’ve never seen one but I can’t say one doesn’t exist.

Narrator Lizbeth Gwynn fully voiced the entire production and she does an awesome job with all of the characters in this book. She has an edge to her voice which works well with this type of story.

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5 The Farthest Edge Stars

I enjoyed this book in a totally different way than I enjoyed book 1.

I can’t tell you how freaking HOT this book is. Now normally a male sub I am cool with, it’s the female Domme’s I am not a fan of.

Evangeline, she doesn’t come across as what a Domme is, if that makes sense. She could be anyone in any place and I think that is why I liked her so much. She gets off on being a Domme but not in a way that is power hungry. Its just the way she was built and she learned the right way to go about it.

BUT let me tell you Branch is not your regular everyday sub no sir, he is also very Alpha. He just likes to have his women be in charge.. .MOST of the time.

These two both know something in there pasts is holding them back. They might both know the score but feelings don’t care and when that happens; well you kind of have to roll with the punches.

I loved how they were both willing to take a chance whether it was scariest thing either of them had to do.

Amazing. Kristen Ashley does it again; she can jump genres and still make a story worth reading and re reading.

The narration awesome though the voice and accent of Amèlie I don’t know it just wasn’t what I was expecting. Still Lizbeth Gwynn kills it with making each character jump from the page.

*You don't have to like my review but its 100% my opinion, and I am allowed to have it.*

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Love this book!!!

This is one of my favorite books by Kristen Ashley!! I have read it multiple times and still love it. Branch and Evangeline are great together. I love how their relationship progresses.

I bought the audible version since I love this book. I was sadly disappointed. There is something about the narrators voice that made it hard for me to enjoy the story.

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Absolutely amazing!

Branch was so damaged but Angie was determined to “win” him. He was so determined to leave her. The push and pull of this book was delicious. There was moments you wanted to cry and laugh and shake them both. You definitely connect with the characters. There is humor and love throughout. I love the writing style of this author and the narrator brings another layer to the characters I feel in bringing them alive.

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THEY JUST KEEP GETTING BETTER

Love where the deeper story went in this book. Everyone deserves to find their happy!

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don't listen to this read around just any one!!

this series ... a bit taboo ...but interesting ... try listening 2 it if you so desire ... found them on Audible ...the last 2 books in the series ... interesting characters ... for some reason i prefer book 1 over the last 2 ...but for me I am really wanting to get to listen to book 2 in the The Hookup (Moonlight and Motor Oil Series Book 1) ... such a great book ... i wonder how Kristen Ashley keeps it all straight in her mind she is always jumping around with different books and genres ... she must have a very very creative mind that never sleeps??!

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2nd Book a lot better than the 1st...

This one was so much better than the first book in the series. The Farthest Edge centers on the relationship between two very reserved people. Branch is a hero you can easily fall for even though he is closed off and reclusive, but there are good reasons for this. He is also self-assured, caring and definitely knows what he wants and under Evangeline's persistence and attention they are both likely to fall because the bond that forms between the two may start off as extraordinary sensual, but it slowly turns into so much more. Evangeline was trying to find herself again after a long term relationship with her boyfriend/sub turned horribly wrong. Evangeline was the very opposite to Branch. Warm and nurturing, to his coldness. And they worked! They completed each other perfectly.

As an erotic romance, you should expect abundant amounts of kinky sex, but if you strip that away you get a satisfyingly sweet and tender romance. I loved that this book was more about the relationship between the couple than about the club. For me, the Domme/sub scenes felt more real too; not sure if that is because they were in her home or her playroom at home, but they just did. They were connecting more with each other and it was nothing for Branch to flip the switch during a scene and take over and she would automatically let him and she would sub to him to finish the scene. I loved that. It was passion and heat of the moment and it showed his true alpha side.

As far as narration; I did not really care for it. The voices she used kind of annoyed me; her normal voice while she just read was the only decent voice. Unfortunately, she narrates all of the series so I will just have to get used to it. Plus, it is read in 3rd person and I prefer 1st person POV.

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A total delight on audiobook!

Second in Ashley’s Honey series, this book shows Evangeline, Domme extraordinaire, getting back into the life after suffering a huge deterrent over a year ago. Branch, alpha male and sexual submissive, agrees to play with Evangeline in private after having her sign an NDA. I just finished listening to this audiobook and I’m pretty sure I spent hours and hours in my car with the volume turned down low so no one outside could hear the spectacular BDSM scenes from the outside. I couldn’t stop listening to this book wherever I went; Evangeline and Branch consumed my entire life for a few days. The series picks up again in May with the last release (Sixx and Stellan’s book), and after finishing The Farthest Edge the wait might just kill me.

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  • 07-27-21

My favourite in this series

I love that the main Dome is a strong female that doesn’t take shit but is sweet, kind and feminine at the same time. This book has all the KA special: alpha male, sassiness, drama, a lot of hot sex but, unlike most KA books, it also has a ton of BDSM and the main male character is an alpha submissive. I was utterly enchanted by their story and got hot and bothered by the sex scenes. The only way to make it better would have been to have a male narrator as well as the female.

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  • Sue Casey
  • 05-29-18

Not my kinda story

Nothing wrong with this book, if this is what you like to read. It’s just not for me

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  • Dim
  • 06-13-17

Ho hum

Everything you'd expect from a K.A. book. Starting to get bored of the same old storyline. Very similar to the previous book.