Book Review: On the Edge by Theresa Santy

October 25, 2017



On the Edge grabbed my attention from the first paragraph as Kristen resists being lured into the water on New Year’s Eve. Kristen is an intriguing character. On the surface, she seems fine, working as an interior designer, going out with friends, and dating a nice guy, but inside she suffers from nightmares of her past.  She doesn’t know what she is running from, but her fears stop her from opening her heart to love and faith and lead toward destructive behavior. She doesn’t know what to believe or who to trust. As the story unfolds, people from her past and present collide with some surprising twists. Theresa Santy is a clever writer who knows how to write a fast paced, suspenseful story about well-developed characters. I look forward to reading more of her stories.



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