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2013 RITA® Award finalist for Best Paranormal Romance of 2012. There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of dang 2013 RITA® Award finalist for Best Paranormal Romance of 2012. There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of danger and beauty, two people with dark pasts will meet. Morgan is beautiful, smart, sexy…and about to die. Convicted of treason against her shape-shifting kin, she is given one last chance at redemption; discover the hidden lair of the enemy intent on destroying every one of her kind, or forfeit her life. Xander is ruthless, heartless, cold-blooded…and assigned to kill her if she fails in her task. Expecting to feel nothing but contempt for the traitor under his watch, the assassin accompanies Morgan on her search, but as the two race through the heart of Italy while the clock winds down to zero hour, he finds himself drawn into a dangerous web of desire as powerful as it is forbidden. Their passion will test everything they believe in, and endanger the future of the tribe itself. Sensual, edgy, and action-packed, Edge of Oblivion is a must-read for lovers of dark paranormal romance.


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2013 RITA® Award finalist for Best Paranormal Romance of 2012. There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of dang 2013 RITA® Award finalist for Best Paranormal Romance of 2012. There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of danger and beauty, two people with dark pasts will meet. Morgan is beautiful, smart, sexy…and about to die. Convicted of treason against her shape-shifting kin, she is given one last chance at redemption; discover the hidden lair of the enemy intent on destroying every one of her kind, or forfeit her life. Xander is ruthless, heartless, cold-blooded…and assigned to kill her if she fails in her task. Expecting to feel nothing but contempt for the traitor under his watch, the assassin accompanies Morgan on her search, but as the two race through the heart of Italy while the clock winds down to zero hour, he finds himself drawn into a dangerous web of desire as powerful as it is forbidden. Their passion will test everything they believe in, and endanger the future of the tribe itself. Sensual, edgy, and action-packed, Edge of Oblivion is a must-read for lovers of dark paranormal romance.

30 review for Edge of Oblivion

  1. 5 out of 5

    Simply Sam ツ

    ***3.5 Stars*** I've been pleasantly surprised with the first 2 books in this series. I do think the plot gets a little lost, though, as it's pretty romance driven. Our main characters know each other like a week max before they are head-over-heels-can't-live-can't-breathe-without-you love. It almost made me cringe. Almost. I kept reminding myself that these guys aren't human, they are Ikati aka panther shifters, and as such they are controlled in part by their animal instincts. So things like bo ***3.5 Stars*** I've been pleasantly surprised with the first 2 books in this series. I do think the plot gets a little lost, though, as it's pretty romance driven. Our main characters know each other like a week max before they are head-over-heels-can't-live-can't-breathe-without-you love. It almost made me cringe. Almost. I kept reminding myself that these guys aren't human, they are Ikati aka panther shifters, and as such they are controlled in part by their animal instincts. So things like bonding and being mated and succumbing to the overpowering allure of pheromones are a real thing for them. Surprisingly enough this book is not all fluff. There were some darker topics discussed and a few heartbreaking moments. Haven’t you ever wanted a different sort of life? Morgan, having been deemed a traitor by her tribe (pack? clan?) has been given one last chance to redeem herself. She has 2 weeks to find the leader of the Expugari, a group that is targeting and hunting down the Ikati, or she will be executed. Xander has been hired travel with her to Rome as she seeks the groups's headquarters. After 2 weeks, if she has not located them/the leader, Xander is to execute her. Morgan is once again a feisty chick who can influence minds with a touch while Xander, our hired assassin, is a pretty hunky Latin heartthrob who is resistant to mind control. And they are both kind of the black sheep of their tribes. It's basically a match made in heaven. So of course, as they kinda, sorta look for the Expugari, things happen and Morgan and Xander develop a kinda, sorta of sex pact truce, which at the end of they must be willing to walk away from one another. You know how this story is going to end, right? Even though it is a little cheesy and predictable I did really like these two together, more so than Jenna and Leander in book 1 for sure, and the ending of this book sets up nicely for book 3. I listened to this via the audio available through Kindle Unlimited with Narration and once again Angela Dawe does a really good job. The narrator of the first book is not my favorite but I think Angela Dawe ends up narrating the rest of the series. In my opinion these books are definitely worth a try if you like the whole paranormal romance/shifter romance genre, and especially if you have Kindle Unlimited because then you can try it for free. What have you got to lose there?

  2. 5 out of 5

    Melindeeloo

    In this second entry to the hidden world of the panther shifting psychically gifted Ikatie, former member of the Ikati counsel, Morgan, is under a death sentence for treason, but has earned a chance for a reprieve if she can uncover the base of operations for the Expungi who seek to wipe her people from the Earth. Morgan only has two weeks to accomplish her mission and accompanying her is assassin Xander who is there to make sure that she stays on task - and to carry out her sentence should she In this second entry to the hidden world of the panther shifting psychically gifted Ikatie, former member of the Ikati counsel, Morgan, is under a death sentence for treason, but has earned a chance for a reprieve if she can uncover the base of operations for the Expungi who seek to wipe her people from the Earth. Morgan only has two weeks to accomplish her mission and accompanying her is assassin Xander who is there to make sure that she stays on task - and to carry out her sentence should she fail. I was surprised by how much I loved the start of this book. I had put off reading Edge of Oblivion book because I wasn't fond of the leading lady Morgan from her part in the previous story, but seeing what is hidden behind Morgan's bravado helps a great deal in her appeal as a lead and the initial sparring interactions – and forbidden attraction - between Morgan and Xander are just really good. I was also initially intrigued by the expansion of the Ikati world as Morgan and Xander encounter a hidden cell of Ikati, but actually that group's part turns the story in a different direction and events ensue that change the dynamic between Morgan and Xander in a way that I didn't love as much. I love enemies to lovers as a trope, plus this pair are so opposite about how they've dealt with their lot in life that I wanted them to struggle to connect. So, I was a little let down that the adversarial dynamic pretty much goes away and there also is a catalyst which took their relationship in another direction without a lot of agony over the fact that Morgan is likely to be Xander's mark and he will most likely be Morgan's executioner. And when they took a 'time out' and pretend that a happily ever after is a possibility for either of them, any sense that the clock is ticking and Morgan is running out of time, which would have added some tension to the story, is missing. In the feral colony of Ikati, Geissinger expands her world but the manner of their introduction left me less connected with the band of warriors who look to be the focus of the next book. Because of the interaction of several of the members during Morgan's first encounters with them, I ended up with the impression that, as a group, the colony were bad guys and that colored my view of the all of their warriors even as we see that their loyalty is misplaced and the bad seeds are weeded out. But, I guess the part of the world that Morgan has escaped from isn't entirely composed of good guys either – the alpha leaders with the exception of the male lead from the last book, look to have a streak of cruelty - so I guess it isn't surprising that the new group has it's share of black and gray characters too. Even though my issues with the second half of the book landed Edge of Oblivion in 'like it' vs 'love it' territory, I am still really a fan of Geissinger's writing. From a perspective of appreciation the artistry of her writing, she has a beautifully descriptive style that really shone here in bringing the Rome setting of the book to life. So, expectations aside, I still enjoyed this second book enough that I am won't drag my heels so much when the next one hits the shelves this summer. ARC via the Vine - finally getting around to it, way after the release

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kristin

    In the last book we got to know Jenna and Leander, King and Queen of the Ikati. However, in Shadow's Edge, Morgan was a secondary character who was not happy with the hand she was dealt. As a gifted female Ikati, she was a pawn to the "Law". She was unable to leave their sanctuary and find a mate of her own. Instead she had to mate with someone of their choosing and she could not live a life of freedom. So in the end of Shadow's Edge, you find out that Morgan has betrayed the Ikati and has given In the last book we got to know Jenna and Leander, King and Queen of the Ikati. However, in Shadow's Edge, Morgan was a secondary character who was not happy with the hand she was dealt. As a gifted female Ikati, she was a pawn to the "Law". She was unable to leave their sanctuary and find a mate of her own. Instead she had to mate with someone of their choosing and she could not live a life of freedom. So in the end of Shadow's Edge, you find out that Morgan has betrayed the Ikati and has given the enemy, the Expurgari, precious information about the Ikati colonies. Which leads her into the current position that she's in now, guilty of treason and stuck on a mission to Rome find the location of the enemy with an assassin who will kill her if she can't find them before her 2 week time period is up. I remember feeling sorry for Morgan in the fist book. She was not at all happy with her predicament as a potential breeder. She didn't want to be handed off to some random male to produce gifted babies. She wanted a life of her own, of her choosing. At the end of the last book she is captured and imprisoned for her crime. So when I received Edge of Oblivion for review, I was a little surprised to see that it was a book about Morgan. This story doesn't just follow Morgan though, it also follows her assassin companion, Xander. He's a very complex character who is in the same position Morgan's in. Yes he is an assassin but he hates it. He doesn't like to kill and he keeps a tally of his kills on his chest as a reminder of who he is. At first he treats Morgan like a normal assignment but when she tells him about her past and what her intended future was supposed to be when all she wanted was the freedom to choose the person that she wanted to become, he quickly starts to see her as Morgan, the woman. However, his job is crystal clear, if she can't produce the location of the enemy then he must kill her. Except the more time he spends with her the more he finds himself questioning whether he will actually be able to go through with it or not. There is also yet another story... oh yes there's more! That follows the enemy and his colony. It turns out that there is a feral colony on the loose that no one's ever heard of before and their Alpha is crazy... and I don't mean in a good way. He is making more Ikati to grow his colony in preparation to take out all the other colonies and be ruler of all the Ikati. When he see's Morgan out in the town he smells the unmated female and has to have her as his Queen. Not to mention while all of this is going on, the princess of the feral colony is in love with one of the enforcers, Demetrius. He's loved Eliana for years and has tried to keep his distance from her. He knows how insane her father is and if he ever caught wind that Demetrius made a move towards Eliana, his head would be rolling on the floor. However, one thing leads to another and Demetrius and Eliana share their feelings for one another and due to certain events that take place, I feel like their story might be the next in the series. And I personally cannot wait! J.T, got me with her debut novel and still has my attention in the sequel. She is quickly becoming an author that no matter what she writes, I will pick it up. I am a fan of her writing style. She gives you details but doesn't go over board leaving you bored and skimming through pages. She makes you connect and feel for the characters in her stories to where you want to cry when something bad happens to them. I definitely look forward to reading more of her work. Favorite quote... "She had let a monster into the most precious part of her, had reminded him of that it was to feel passion and pleasure and tenderness, had given him a glimpse of things he didn't deserve. Happiness. Hope."

  4. 5 out of 5

    Natasha

    What a fantastic read! J.T Geissinger has stepped it up for Urban Fantasy. Book one (Shadow's Edge) was hit for me, but I never thought it could get better. It did. J.T has taken us deeper into the world of the Ikati and things are more messed up than you'd think. I loved the prologue. It was quick and interesting. The last sentence is my favorite part, "And though we have learned to live alongside you, thought we have learned to survive, though we may smile and nod as we pass you in the street, What a fantastic read! J.T Geissinger has stepped it up for Urban Fantasy. Book one (Shadow's Edge) was hit for me, but I never thought it could get better. It did. J.T has taken us deeper into the world of the Ikati and things are more messed up than you'd think. I loved the prologue. It was quick and interesting. The last sentence is my favorite part, "And though we have learned to live alongside you, thought we have learned to survive, though we may smile and nod as we pass you in the street, we are always, always ready to eat out your heart. Beware. The characters, Morgan and Xander were exciting. They felt real and deep, an all round awesome pair. Their light banter was fun, there sex was steamy and their I hope to see them again in the next novel. (Which I hope will be announced very soon!?) Over all, this story was choice! Look out for J.T Geissinger, I think she'll be a big hit to any J.R Ward fans! I can't wait for more. I do believe(I'm just guessing) the next novel will be featuring Eliana and Demetrius(D)? Check out my review of book one, Shadow's Edge.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Maria11

    Totally twisty Lots of twists and turns!!! Slow at first but then takes off like a rocket. I liked Morgan from the first book. I love a woman who just knows she is better then the environment around her and rebels at every corner. Xander is dark and complicated. Lots of pain. He has some cool friends and lots of powers. Next story set up perfectly. I do wish it explained more what happened at the end. The only part I didn’t like.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sarah

    Morgan has admitted to being guilty of one of the most serious crimes a member of the Ikati can commit, her act of treason led their mortal enemies right to their door and ended with the kidnapping and torture of her queen. There is only one punishment for such a serious crime - the death penalty - and Morgan is just waiting for her sentence to be carried out. But at the very last minute Queen Jenna offers Morgan the chance to redeem herself, if she can track down the headquarters of the Expurga Morgan has admitted to being guilty of one of the most serious crimes a member of the Ikati can commit, her act of treason led their mortal enemies right to their door and ended with the kidnapping and torture of her queen. There is only one punishment for such a serious crime - the death penalty - and Morgan is just waiting for her sentence to be carried out. But at the very last minute Queen Jenna offers Morgan the chance to redeem herself, if she can track down the headquarters of the Expurgari then she will be allowed to live. The Expurgari have remained successfully hidden for centuries though so finding them now isn't going to be easy. Morgan won't be working alone on this mission, she is going to have the company of assassin Xander and his task is to kill Morgan if she fails to complete her mission. Can Morgan succeed in her mission before Xander is forced to carry out his own? I really enjoyed Shadow's Edge so couldn't wait to get started on Edge of Oblivion. As much as I didn't agree with the actions that Morgan took in the previous book I did find it easy to see why desperation led her to take such drastic measures. The Ikati are a very male oriented race, the women are cosseted, protected and loved but they are expected to marry young and start breeding as soon as possible.They aren't expected to become warriors or to want to leave the safety of their compound. Some of the females in the clan may be happy to accept being looked after by the alpha males who surround them but Morgan has always wanted more. She wants to be free to make her own choices, to explore the world and to live her life as she chooses. She is one of the most powerful members of her colony but has had to fight every step of the way to be respected by the male members of the council and she became sick of being pushed to one side. If Morgan had known that Jenna was going to have the chance to change things for the women of the colony then she would never have betrayed them like she did and it's obvious that she deeply regrets the consequences of her actions. I don't admire her for what she did but I do admire her for admitting it and for accepting her punishment with grace and dignity. When she is offered a reprieve she is determined to make up for the wrongs she did or die trying and she shows her strength in character with the way she deals with everything. Even though she has several chances to escape she refuses to let Jenna down by running away. I came to really admire Morgan and I'm glad that she gets to have a chance at happiness. Xander is a great hero, he comes across as very blunt and uncaring but this is a persona that he puts on to protect himself and deep down he is a really sweet and caring guy. He was raised to be the perfect assassin and has spent his whole life training and killing on command. His childhood was brutal and he has been taught that nobody can be trusted and that anyone he loves will be in danger. The only exception to that are the other members of his syndicate, the three other assassins he was raised with. Tomas, Mateo and Julian are Xander's brother in all but blood and there is a deep bond between them all. I have to say I loved seeing them all together and I really, really hope that they each get their own book as the series continues! The attraction between Xander and Morgan is instant but they are both wary of the connection knowing that Xander must be the one to kill her if she fails in her task. I loved the fact that Morgan constantly pushes Xander's buttons by teasing him and refusing to follow his rules! It was really funny to watch his reaction to her antics and to see the banter between them. Along with a sexy and believable romance Edge of Oblivion is also an action packed story that introduces some really interesting twists to the Ikati world. I don't want to go into any detail about what Morgan and Xander find in Rome so I'll just say it was definitely something I wasn't expecting and I can't wait to see how things play out in future books in the series! This is a fantastic instalment to the series and one that I'd highly recommend to paranormal romance fans. I'm now eagerly waiting to get my hands on the next book!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Book 2 in the series follows Morgan. She is set to be executed due to her involvement in the Expurgari capturing/torturing Daria and Jenna when the Queen comes up with a plan to send her to Rome to try to find the Expurari and spy on them. She is not sent alone. Xander, an assassin is sent with her. Should she fail to find the Expuragi within 2 weeks, he is to kill her. Of course, there is a power struggle between them that fosters a lot of sexual tension. In Rome, instead of finding the Expurga Book 2 in the series follows Morgan. She is set to be executed due to her involvement in the Expurgari capturing/torturing Daria and Jenna when the Queen comes up with a plan to send her to Rome to try to find the Expurari and spy on them. She is not sent alone. Xander, an assassin is sent with her. Should she fail to find the Expuragi within 2 weeks, he is to kill her. Of course, there is a power struggle between them that fosters a lot of sexual tension. In Rome, instead of finding the Expurgari, they find a feral pack of Ikati. This pack's actions put the Ikati in danger of being discovered by the human world. Morgan and Xander have their hands full with this pack, but Morgan is on a deadline. I thought this book was going along pretty well - lots of action, some romance, twists in the plot, etc. - but the ending was crap. So abrupt, it ranks right up there with "and she woke up to discover it was all a dream". Lots of loose ends left without even a teaser of what's to come. We are just asked to shift to the next two characters and leave it at that. I probably would have given the book 4 stars, but that ending! I wrecked my opinion of the book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Suzan

    I really enjoyed this book and could have read it a lot faster if I hadn't just started a new job at the same time I received it! This was Morgan's book with her love interest being the Ikati Assassin Xander. It was great getting into her head and seeing how much she genuinely regretted what she did and maybe even craved home a little after trying to escape it for so long. There were also a couple of pretty big twists regarding the Expurgari that I won't reveal but that did take me by surprise a I really enjoyed this book and could have read it a lot faster if I hadn't just started a new job at the same time I received it! This was Morgan's book with her love interest being the Ikati Assassin Xander. It was great getting into her head and seeing how much she genuinely regretted what she did and maybe even craved home a little after trying to escape it for so long. There were also a couple of pretty big twists regarding the Expurgari that I won't reveal but that did take me by surprise at the end! Xander was easy to like as well, he really had a rough childhood, much rougher then Morgan but he was a good person despite his own poor opinion of himself. I loved these two together as in a lot of ways they can understand each other better then just about anyone else. I loved meeting the new colony as well and seeing how different they were from the colonies we know. I can see a future story involving Eliana and Demetrius being developed with how the book ended. I'd love to see those two end up together and I think that her fathers research may be important to the Ikati race and be life-changing for them so I'd like to see how it plays out and whether their colony will now make contact with the other colonies, reach out to them and form an alliance of sorts. I'd quite like that, they could come out of the tunnels and live above ground like the other colonies. I also want to see when Jenna (from the first book) is gonna start changing laws to improve the existence of female Ikati and to allow greater freedom in the tribe. I do hope that Morgan returns to the tribe eventually. I think she will miss them and that once she's travelled she may yearn to return home. Espeacially after what she learned. Can't wait for the next book! I was so exited when I learned that the author had been contracted for another four books in this series!

  9. 5 out of 5

    KathyAnne

    Book one in this series sparked my curiosity but book TWO in this series has completely won me over. Yep... I am a fan! I should've known this one was gonna' be good because it starred Morgan who is a character full of spunk, defiance and sass. Definitely a personality that is entertaining and full of surprises. And, when you throw in a mysterious, dangerous, hunky assassin named Xander... well now... that is a recipe for romance... right?? Well, except for the fact that he is an assassin and hi Book one in this series sparked my curiosity but book TWO in this series has completely won me over. Yep... I am a fan! I should've known this one was gonna' be good because it starred Morgan who is a character full of spunk, defiance and sass. Definitely a personality that is entertaining and full of surprises. And, when you throw in a mysterious, dangerous, hunky assassin named Xander... well now... that is a recipe for romance... right?? Well, except for the fact that he is an assassin and his mark is... her. Morgan is being given a second chance to redeem herself after her betrayal of her people in book one... she has a task to complete and only has two weeks to complete the job. If she fails then Xander has been ordered to execute her. Morgan and Xander travel to Rome and not long after they get there they discover a secret hiding cleverly underneath the Vatican itself... and it complicates the mission in ways that were completely unexpected. As the story unfolds me meet some new and very intriguing characters. And, we get to be a part of this adrenaline charged romance that seems hopeless if the task cannot be completed in time. This book has a little of all of things that I personally love about a book. Lots of action, creative storyline, steamy romance and an abundance of great characters that you both love and despise. The story is written and developed in such a way that I can definitely see this series going far and I do hope it does. The next book in this series is called Rapture's Edge and will be released on June 18th... I am thrilled to have an ARC copy so check back soon for my review on book three of this awesome series! For more of my reviews visit our blog: www.ktbookreviews.blogspot.com

  10. 4 out of 5

    Mary

    Again J.T. Geissinger manages to keep me up past my bedtime … Shapeshifters … I just love them. Panthers… how cool, right? I had a lot of fun with the first book with its setting in the dark and foggy forests of England. This time the setting is the beautiful city Rome in Italy. Sigh... bella Italia…! The second book "Edge of Oblivion" tells the story of Morgan and Xander. We already met Morgan in the first book "Shadow’s Edge". She is an interesting character and a very free spirit. After she mad Again J.T. Geissinger manages to keep me up past my bedtime … Shapeshifters … I just love them. Panthers… how cool, right? I had a lot of fun with the first book with its setting in the dark and foggy forests of England. This time the setting is the beautiful city Rome in Italy. Sigh... bella Italia…! The second book "Edge of Oblivion" tells the story of Morgan and Xander. We already met Morgan in the first book "Shadow’s Edge". She is an interesting character and a very free spirit. After she made a huge mistake (in Shadow’s Edge) the Ikati give her two weeks under the attendance of the assassin Xander to find the Ikati’s worst enemy – the Expurgari - and proof that she could be trusted again. If she fails, Xander will be the one to kill her… The fact that (despite their cat-and-mouse game in the beginning) they fall for each other – will make this task a tough one for Xander. A wonderful book. The growing love between the assassin and his ‘mark’ is very sweet. The enemies in this story are unusually interesting. Except for the Expurgari they’re looking for – they come across a feral colony with a king that is a bit too interested in Morgan. Add the beautiful scenery of Rome, J.T. Geissinger’s magic with words and a lot of action… and here we go… 4.5 stars. Thanks for another Keeper, J.T! My favorite quote: "Like a ghost I haunt the twisting corridors in those silent, dark hours before dawn, my thoughts a sea of hungry rats, chewing holes in my mind, devouring the memory of the naïve girl I was." My rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars

  11. 5 out of 5

    Tammy

    Sometimes an author is lucky (or maybe I should say talented) and all the stars align perfectly so that the end result of all their hard work, a finished and published book, is exquisite. Edge of Oblivion is a sublime example of a paranormal romance, and I was both dreading and anticipating getting to the last page. Edge of Oblivion is published by Montlake Romance, a publishing arm of Amazon. I’m extremely impressed with my first experience with this publisher. Geissinger’s writing is top-notch Sometimes an author is lucky (or maybe I should say talented) and all the stars align perfectly so that the end result of all their hard work, a finished and published book, is exquisite. Edge of Oblivion is a sublime example of a paranormal romance, and I was both dreading and anticipating getting to the last page. Edge of Oblivion is published by Montlake Romance, a publishing arm of Amazon. I’m extremely impressed with my first experience with this publisher. Geissinger’s writing is top-notch, and the cover art is gorgeous. Have I used enough superlatives yet to describe how much I enjoyed this book? A word of warning to any under-aged readers, however: this book is recommended for adults due to some extremely hot and unexpected sex scenes! Although I haven’t read the first book in the Night Prowler series, Shadow’s Edge, I was immediately immersed in the story and only felt a few twinges of confusion here and there. But the author does a great job of subtly inserting vital information from the first book where needed, without bashing the reader over the head trying to catch us up to speed. Morgan is an Ikati, a secret race of shape-shifters descended from Cleopatra who can turn into panthers or vapor, or both. Morgan is part of the Ikati colony in England, one of four known colonies. The story begins in high gear as we find Morgan in prison, awaiting her fate for betraying her tribe at the end of Shadow’s Edge. At the last minute, Queen Jenna makes a deal with Morgan. She has two weeks to track down the sworn enemy of the Ikati, the Expurgari, whom they know to be hidden somewhere in Rome, or she will be killed. Accompanying her on this fated journey is an assassin named Alexander, the man assigned to kill Morgan if she can’t complete her task. Geissinger sets these two characters up in typical romance fashion by pitting them against each other in the beginning, and then creating opportunities for them to grow closer together. In Rome Morgan and Xander run into a rogue Alpha named Dominus who is not affiliated with any of the four colonies. Xander senses danger and tries to catch him, but he gets away. But the damage has been done. Dominus, having the superior sense of smell that all Ikati have, has figured out that Morgan is a full-blooded female who is unmated, and he wants to use her in his evil plan (which I will not give away in this review!). Xander and Morgan temporarily forget the reason they have come to Rome in the first place, as they try to avoid Dominus and his band of powerful and feral Ikati, who are all relentlessly chasing Morgan. The story is nearly non-stop action from this point on, as Morgan and Xander find themselves in danger time and again, while continuing to look for the hidden Expurgari before the two weeks is up. In the midst of all the action is the blooming romance between Xander and Morgan, with plenty of misunderstandings thrown in to muddy the waters and keep readers hearts palpitating before the climax comes, so to speak. A few sub-plots are mixed in to give the story a broader feel, as well as several characters who will most certainly play a leading role in Geissinger’s next book. The author has done a bang up job with her world building, and I enjoyed every detail of the Ikati, including their powers of shape-shifting. Xander can not only turn into a panther, but he can also shift into vapor form or pass through walls. Geissinger doesn’t overdo it with the shape-shifting, however, which I was grateful for. She concentrates more on the relationships between the characters, and less on their lives as panthers. The life of an Ikati is a hard one, since they are required to live in secrecy, and several of the characters, in particular the female ones, have never seen the light of day. The author does a great job portraying the horrible loss of freedom these women suffer, and their desire to live beyond the constraints of their male superiors. I honestly couldn’t find anything wrong with this book, and I have to admit it’s one of the most exciting reading experiences I’ve had in quite a while. Some of the scenes had an almost Shakespearian intensity to them, and I’m bemoaning the fact that Night Prowler #3 is probably months away from publication. Romance novels may fall into the category of "guilty pleasure," but if that's the case with this book, I happily consider myself guilty as charged. Full of perfect pacing, seriously dangerous characters, and some super steamy romance (and I do mean super steamy, folks!), Edge of Oblivion should be the next book you read. If you’re over eighteen, of course. Many thanks to Emily LaBeaume from Wunderkind PR for bring this book to my attention, and for supplying a review copy. This review originally appeared on Books, Bones & Buffy.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mel

    I couldn’t find any audiobook to keep my interest until I stumbled on this series. It is free through Kindle Unlimited in audio...what a wonderful surprise. I am quickly devouring them. I finish one and cannot wait to start the next. I LOVE completed series like this. ❤️

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ms. Cyn

    Very Interesting Very interesting dynamics between Morgan and Xander. The assassin and his mark. Not an easy love connection that's for sure. Even though both characters have done horrible things, you can't help but like them. The Alpha that they find is completely insane but it would be exciting to see where his experiments go. I am very curious what he found. This is an interesting mix of sci fi and urban fantasy. Very Interesting Very interesting dynamics between Morgan and Xander. The assassin and his mark. Not an easy love connection that's for sure. Even though both characters have done horrible things, you can't help but like them. The Alpha that they find is completely insane but it would be exciting to see where his experiments go. I am very curious what he found. This is an interesting mix of sci fi and urban fantasy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    La-Lionne

    Beautifully written fairy tail that left me breathless As much as i loved the first book, i loved this one even more. Which is first for me. I hardly ever like the second book more than the first. I have to admit, that after reading the first book, I had high expectations for the sequel. Not nessecaraly looking for something different. More like wanting for it to be at least as good as the first one. Because I thought that the writing style was qiute unique. One of the reasons I loved the first b Beautifully written fairy tail that left me breathless As much as i loved the first book, i loved this one even more. Which is first for me. I hardly ever like the second book more than the first. I have to admit, that after reading the first book, I had high expectations for the sequel. Not nessecaraly looking for something different. More like wanting for it to be at least as good as the first one. Because I thought that the writing style was qiute unique. One of the reasons I loved the first book was the brilliant writing, that had poetic sound and nice flow to it. I usually don't have hight expectations for the sequels, I only want to get some answers that the first book didn't have. First book is always more exiting than the second one. Usually, the mystery surrounding the main characters is gone and you left wondering what author is going to do to keep us interested this time ( if you found the first book interesting enought to consider reading the next one). I have. So it was not brainer, I pre-ordered the second book the minut it was available. I will try not to give to much away, even though I could talk about this book for ever :). So here is some of the things which made me love this book even more than the first one. I'm not even gonna commen on the writing, it was superb. I like the fact that some of the parts in the beginning was toled from Leander's and Jenna's point of views. I have missed them and it was nice to see that they were still going strong. This time story revolved around Xander and Morgan. Gentle giant ( or as Morgan called him beautiful assassin :) ) and rebellious girl. Perfect combination of hard and soft, cold and warm. The thing that I liked in both books is that none of the heroines had a victim roles. Even though Morgan found her self in a situation that you wouldn't have wished on your enemy, she never played a victim role and always held her head hight. I do enjoy books that have strong and confident alpha males, but rarely enjoy and easely get bored by the weak heroines. Which Morgan it's not. She was not afraid to challenge Xander and stand her ground when she needed to. This little thing of "back and forward" between them, made the book hard to put it down. This time we got to travel to Rome, where all hell broke loose and the story took unexpected turn. There, we got to know better some of the Xander's friend from way back when, who gave us a little insight and revealed some of his secrets from the past. And then, things got more serious. There was also this little thing happening called Fever. If it was any other book, written by any other author, I would have described it as steamy, hot or sexy, but in this case it would be an understatement and wouldn't do the justice. Heartbreaking self torture and painful self control would be more accurate. I can't even begin to explane how I felt while I was reading about it. I also like the fact that even though they were caught up in the moment, they were painfully aware of the fact that when tomorrow comes they will have to deal with the consequences. The odds weren't in their favor. There is the law that you have to follow and there is no way around it. I'm gonna stop it at that :). I know that there is only 5 star option, but since it is my review, I'm giving all the stars there is :-). I also want to address one other thing. After I read the first book, I saw that some of the readers were complaining about the fact that ikati have proclaimed them selfs as the most beautiful creatures there is. Which made them look self absorbed and cocky. What I want to say is that the word "beautiful" was never used alone (if you really paid attention). It was used with other words such as "brave", "fearless", "smart", "strong" and so on. They (ikati) never said that humans were uglier than ikati, only their way of life was ugly. They based that only on their experience with humans. The word "beautiful" was rarely used in context describing superficial things or fisical beauty. More like describing inner beauty and the qualities that the other person possesses, which makes him/her attractive. So, with all things being said, zing-zing-zing-amazing second installment. Breathtaking, hearbraking and beautifully written story. Edited on 2013.01.03

  15. 5 out of 5

    Shauni

    Edge of Oblivion is book two in this powerful series that J.T. Geissingler has created. As you may be aware I have already reviewed books 1 and 3 (feel free to check out my reviews HERE).. you know me always have to mix things up (yeah right, my reading order OCD has gone completely haywire). Anyway both books were a delight and I am looking forward to the rest of the series. But Edge, I think will always have a special place in my heart) It's about redemption! It's about acknowledging you made a Edge of Oblivion is book two in this powerful series that J.T. Geissingler has created. As you may be aware I have already reviewed books 1 and 3 (feel free to check out my reviews HERE).. you know me always have to mix things up (yeah right, my reading order OCD has gone completely haywire). Anyway both books were a delight and I am looking forward to the rest of the series. But Edge, I think will always have a special place in my heart) It's about redemption! It's about acknowledging you made a mistake (A HUGE one) and being willing to pay for it. It's also about keeping a promise made, even when the "rules" say otherwise. "There exists a world beyond our own. It is a world of ancient magic and well-guarded secrets, a world of strict laws and harsh punishments for those who betray them, a world inhabited by the Ikati, a race of gifted people who are so much more than they first appear. Brought together by fate in this world of danger and beauty, two people with dark pasts will meet." Great quote isn't it? Morgan, we met her in Shadow's Edge, was the first woman allowed a place on the council.. and yet it wasn't enough. Morgan dreamed of freedom and the council kept all females close at hand.. almost locked up. She was desperate and made a desperate choice, betraying her people in the process. Her choice almost killed a dear friend and was cause for the queen to be captured. For such a heinous crime death is the only punishment (of course some members of the council substitute the word death with hideous torture and call it tradition). The only problem with putting Morgan to death was that Jenna (said Queen) had promised her freedom.. so how does Jenna punish Morgan and honor her promise (no there is not freedom in death). Her solution was to send Morgan on a mission..discover the hidden lair of the enemy intent on destroying every one of her kind, or forfeit her life. Oh yeah and you have two weeks to do so. Xander, the man who should be alpha.. sent to an assassins school as a child, because his stepmother hated him and his father was batshit crazy, Xander knew that he would never take his place as Alpha. What he could do is become the best at what he did. Only Xander had a heart and fell in love with the very human daughter of his "teacher", a forbidden love in the Ikati world. Of course those things never do end well and their love lead to her death. Now years later, Xander is bruised, he has spent a lifetime cleaning up the mess of rogue Ikati.. but when he is given the job of being Morgan's jailer and executioner if she fails, he takes the job, it's who he is. What these two lost souls don't know, is that there is always hope. When their attraction leads them into areas neither ever expected to find, both are confused. Morgan is more open to it, face it she is living a death sentence.. if she fails she dies. But Xander, he doubts Morgan, he doubts his ability to get the job done and sadly, he doubts his right to love. When he is injured and Morgan calls in his team, things go from really shaky bad to worse.. The team doesn't want to accept Morgan, they have been with Xander since the death of his first love. They know the agonies he suffers.. and yet slowly Morgan wins them over.. but first tragedy must strike. I love Ms Geissinger's work. She writes with such power and passion. Her characters strike a place in my heart. I believed in Morgan.. I understood her need and desire to be free. Her poor choices made because she had to escape.. I felt for Xander, the powerful heart, this man had.. betrayed by family as a child and yet strong enough to believe in love. I adored how this gang of misfits became a family.. how they found redemption together. I seriously hope to see more of them in future works.. They were just marvelous!! Shauni This review is based Edge of Oblivion, provided by author for my honest opinion

  16. 4 out of 5

    Heather Book Savvy Babe

    4.5 of 5 Stars J.T. Geissinger breathes fresh life into the paranormal romance genre with the Night Prowler series. Edge of Oblivion captivated me with the thrilling excitement of the plot and the smoldering relationship that developed between Morgan and Xander. I somehow missed the first book in the series, Shadow's Edge, but after reading Edge of Oblivion I really want to go back and read it. Even without having read the first book, I didn't have trouble figuring out the world of the Ikati and 4.5 of 5 Stars J.T. Geissinger breathes fresh life into the paranormal romance genre with the Night Prowler series. Edge of Oblivion captivated me with the thrilling excitement of the plot and the smoldering relationship that developed between Morgan and Xander. I somehow missed the first book in the series, Shadow's Edge, but after reading Edge of Oblivion I really want to go back and read it. Even without having read the first book, I didn't have trouble figuring out the world of the Ikati and understanding the nature of the jaguar shifters and their world. Edge of Oblivion is the type of paranormal book where the supernatural world exists within the normal human world. The Ikati are a group of jaguar shifters who all have unique abilities and gifts in addition to their shape-shifter form. The gifts range from persuasion to turning into mist. The range of characters with various personalities and abilities is immense, well-develped and makes for intriguing reading. In Edge of Oblivion the protagonist is Morgan, she is on a mission to uncover their enemies in a last ditch effort to save her life after making mistakes that almost cost the Queen her life (book 1). Even though I didn't know the specifics of how she wound up in trouble, it was easy to understand Morgan. All she wanted was to be free to be her own person and not have her life dictated to her. I sympathized with her and found myself rooting for her. Then there is Xander, a deadly assassin-slash-Morgan's-babysitter. He had to keep tabs on Morgan and if she didn't complete her mission, it would be his job to kill her. However, as the pair works together and discovers a hidden pack of Ikati in Rome, attraction between them grows. There are quite a few different aspects to this story, more than I could possible sum up and I don't want to give away the book. Let me make it simple and say that the plot lines are very detailed, there are side stories and various viewpoints that all somehow relate to the main storyline (I apologize for the vagueness). The Ikati even have their own mythology to add to the story. The secondary characters are intriguing as well and I am eager to learn what happens next for many of them. Edge of Oblivion blends together action, fantasy, shape-shifters, and romance into a well-developed and intricate paranormal novel with intriguing and likable characters. When it comes to paranormal romance, I couldn't ask for more. Readers, if you are a fan of paranormal romance, urban fantasy, or shape shifters I definitely recommend checking out this series. I don't think you have to read books 1 and 2 in order, but it will likely only enhance your reading experience. I want to go back and read book 1 and I hope that J.T. Geissinger has big plans for book 3! P.S.= Love the cover too! With the red sash, the hieroglyphs, and the eyes, it's a very attention grabbing cover. *I received this book in exchange for an honest review*

  17. 4 out of 5

    Audrie Cruz-Sealey

    4.5 Stars! This book is better than the first ☺. So this book seems to start a couple of weeks after the first book. Jenna and Leander are married and Jenna is settling into her role as Queen. Morgan is charged with treason for her part in what happened at the end of book one. She is going to be executed. Remember though that Morgan put into action the betrayal before she really got to know Jenna, before she knew that Jenna was Queen. It is no excuse for what she did but it does make you feel a l 4.5 Stars! This book is better than the first ☺. So this book seems to start a couple of weeks after the first book. Jenna and Leander are married and Jenna is settling into her role as Queen. Morgan is charged with treason for her part in what happened at the end of book one. She is going to be executed. Remember though that Morgan put into action the betrayal before she really got to know Jenna, before she knew that Jenna was Queen. It is no excuse for what she did but it does make you feel a little more for her. Jenna still considers Morgan a friend and wants to give her a chance to live… Jenna makes Morgan a deal. Morgan has two weeks to find the leader of the organization that tried to kill Jenna. If she can find the organization…she gets a full pardon, if she doesn’t she dies. Time is a merciless thief. Now Leander is not going to send her off alone so he sends an assassin with her…Xander. Xander is a professional killer and is assigned to help Morgan with her task but if she fails…he is the one that is going to kill her. He is so good at what he does…his torso is covered with tally marks (one for every person he has killed). He is a powerful Ikati. Now at first, Xander and Morgan loathe each other. Morgan is a bit afraid of him…I mean he is a killer that is assigned to kill her…it doesn’t matter that he is totally HOT!! Xander finds Morgan amusing…very different than any other female that he has been around. They spend time together, challenge each other, out wit each other, start to feel… Morgan of course has only wanted freedom, I mean that is why she did what she did in the first place…she is scared of these feelings that she has… “Love, she had learned, was its own kind of prison. With chains and locks invisible but just as real and unyielding as those of steel.” Xander gets hurt…Morgan comes to the rescue, earning the respect of his fellow assassins… “The assassin’s code. Cross one, cross us all. Kill one, kill us all. Love one…” He cleared his throat. “Love us all.” Morgan goes into heat, cause you know she is a panther…Xander is more than willing to “help” and his “help” is super hot!! They agree to be together physically just while she is in heat and then go back to being assassin and prey after…even though they both feel for each other but neither one of them wants to admit it. There is just so much at stake…will she find the leader?? If not, can he do what he was charged with and kill her?? She would rather die than live without being free… “One should die proudly when it is no longer possible to live proudly” “I’d rather die on my feet than live on me knees…” Can they figure out their lives together?? Good ending but did leave an opening for book 3!!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brandee (un)Conventional Bookworms

    So, so good! It's been a few years since I read book #1 so I commend Geissinger for creating a world and a mythology that was so impressive I was immediately drawn right back in. *** You know, it's been a few years since I read Shadow's Edge, book #1 in this series, and I have to commend Geissinger for creating a world and mythology that was so impressive I was immediately drawn back in.  Highlights ~World building/mythology Not only did Geissinger create a mythology with history, culture, and a d So, so good! It's been a few years since I read book #1 so I commend Geissinger for creating a world and a mythology that was so impressive I was immediately drawn right back in. *** You know, it's been a few years since I read Shadow's Edge, book #1 in this series, and I have to commend Geissinger for creating a world and mythology that was so impressive I was immediately drawn back in.  Highlights ~World building/mythology Not only did Geissinger create a mythology with history, culture, and a detailed social structure within the Ikati, she also brought the English countryside as well as Rome to life. The Ikati mythology uses Egyptian mythology and Geissinger incorporates such detail, everything felt visceral and/or "real". ~Character development Morgan was a character I met in book #1 and I already liked her, identified with her and admired her even if her decisions were questionable. To see her grow in Edge of Oblivion, find answers about herself as she fought to save her life, and to find something in Xander that she never expected - well, it was fascinating. And Xander, a brutal, stoic man who believed he was immune to emotion because of traumatic events from his youth, was a character I enjoyed getting to know. I also appreciated seeing him grow and change as he gets to know Morgan and as she slowly knocked down his walls. ~The mystery and secondary cast Morgan was tasked with finding the leader of the Expurgari in order to save her life. All that was discovered and revealed on that front was thrilling! I didn't figure out any of it and it was so well written. And again, the detail of the underground "world" beneath Rome, along with the characters who lived there was vivid, shocking, and moving. The secondary characters, whom I know I'll see more of, were well-drawn and engaging. From assassins to a princess, Geissinger made me care about them all. Edge of Oblivion was captivating, adrenaline-inducing, and tear-jerking. It was a story that drew me in and kept me riveted. I'm eager to continue and see what comes next.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Leah Olson

    Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson: *ARC received from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. Edge of Oblivion was my first foray into the world of NIGHT PROWLER and the mind of J.T Geissinger and immediately upon completion of the book I was kicking myself because I didn't take the time to read Shadow's Edge first - not that Edge of Oblivion didn't stand well on its own, on the contrary, it worked as a standalone just fine - but because it was so amazing I Our Review, by LITERAL ADDICTION's Pack Alpha - Michelle L. Olson: *ARC received from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. Edge of Oblivion was my first foray into the world of NIGHT PROWLER and the mind of J.T Geissinger and immediately upon completion of the book I was kicking myself because I didn't take the time to read Shadow's Edge first - not that Edge of Oblivion didn't stand well on its own, on the contrary, it worked as a standalone just fine - but because it was so amazing I simply wanted more! My exact words upon completion of the book were "Wow, quite possibly the best shifter book I have read in awhile. A diabolical villain with a God complex, supporters of the villain who are trapped and brainwashed, a headstrong, smart, confident heroine, a tortured, sexy alpha male looking for his redemption, supporting characters you NEED to know more about, and a plot that keeps you guessing, gasping, and wanting more. The NIGHT PROWLER series is truly something special, and after the end of Edge of Oblivion, I cannot wait to see what happens next!" It was all of that and more... Our heroine, Morgan, has been sentenced to death for endangering the secrets and wellfare of her Ikati colony. Luckily for her, the Queen of the colony is a close friend and not one who is willing to just see Morgan executed. Her only saving grace is to travel to Rome under the watchful eye of the Queen's Consort's brother (and one of the colony's best assassins), Xander, to find the elusive Expurgari - the tribe's enemy of old. During their trip, Morgan and Xander get WAY more than they bargained for - secrets, mayhem, murder, betrayal, and lust to just name a few, all wrapped up in the secretive world of the Ikati and layered under the ancient history of the Vatican. Edge of Oblivion was a dark, dangerous, sexy, action-packed thrill ride and I wanted more the minute the last page was flipped. LITERAL ADDICTION gives Edge of Oblivion 5 Skulls and recommends it to Paranormal addicts far and wide (Urban Fantasy junkies, Paranormal Romance lovers, and fans of the Shifter supe-group should definitely check out this book and the series as a whole).

  20. 5 out of 5

    Cheryl

    Morgan had been labeled a traitor to the ikati people. The punishment is death. Luckily for Morgan her friend is the queen. On second thought, luck just may not be on Morgan’s side. The queen is giving Morgan a second chance to right her wrong. Morgan must find the Expurgari. The expurgari are the ikati’s enemy. Morgan has only two weeks to find them or she forfits her life. Morgan will be accompanied by Xander, an assassin. Xander is the one that will eliminate Morgan if she does not succeed wi Morgan had been labeled a traitor to the ikati people. The punishment is death. Luckily for Morgan her friend is the queen. On second thought, luck just may not be on Morgan’s side. The queen is giving Morgan a second chance to right her wrong. Morgan must find the Expurgari. The expurgari are the ikati’s enemy. Morgan has only two weeks to find them or she forfits her life. Morgan will be accompanied by Xander, an assassin. Xander is the one that will eliminate Morgan if she does not succeed with her mission. Edge of Oblivion is the second Night Prowler novel. I read the first book; Shadow’s Edge and was hooked. I can tell you that J. T. Geissinger is not a one trick act. I enjoyed her latest offering Edge of Oblivion just as much as the first book. What I really enjoy about this series is the special abilities that the ikati possess. It is not the fact that they can just shift into a cat but they have the ability to transform into “mist” Just like a wisp that floats around. Since the ikati can transform into mist this means that they can shift easier into rooms. In this book, Xander also had the ability to walk through walks. This did come in handy at one point. I liked Morgan. She is tough and she knew just how to push Xander’s buttons. Of course, it was also easy to see the chemistry that Morgan and Xander had with each other. I can not wait to read book three in this series. Edge of Oblivion is the cat’s meow.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Buffy Kennedy

    There’s so much that happens in this story that just has you glued to the page. Xander and Morgan are incredibly compelling and my heart just broke for them repeatedly. I love the members of the Syndicate that are introduced. I am also intrigued with the idea of a newly discovered colony, though I have no idea where that might go in future books and I fear how things will go with who I suspect is the villain of book 3. I can’t really say too much about the colony and the villain and all due to s There’s so much that happens in this story that just has you glued to the page. Xander and Morgan are incredibly compelling and my heart just broke for them repeatedly. I love the members of the Syndicate that are introduced. I am also intrigued with the idea of a newly discovered colony, though I have no idea where that might go in future books and I fear how things will go with who I suspect is the villain of book 3. I can’t really say too much about the colony and the villain and all due to spoilers, so I’ll just say, go read! This book also definitely felt like it had a darker villain than book 1 (which isn’t a bad thing!), though thankfully the worse of his transgressions occur “off screen”. I am a little disappointed that we didn’t get to see more of the characters we met in book 1 and what little we did see just didn’t have the same feel. I did have a big hiccup while reading. There are some definite parallels that can be drawn between some things in this story and some things in the Black Dagger Brotherhood world by JR Ward, which frustrated me for a while until ultimately the differences presented themselves enough to satisfy me. A truly exciting sequel with many twists and turns, Edge of Oblivion will have you laughing, crying, and hanging on every word. It’ll have you up all night and wanting more!

  22. 4 out of 5

    Rachel V.

    Oh I am so glad Morgan got her book. I really enjoyed reading this tale and I look forward to the next in the series. I give the book 5 stars. To tell you the truth I have never been a big shifter fan. I have always preferred vampires over werewolves. However if there was an animal that I really love it is the panther so when I first seen Shadows Edge available for review I thought I would give it a try and I loved it. The second in the series Edge of Oblivion is no different. It was awesome writ Oh I am so glad Morgan got her book. I really enjoyed reading this tale and I look forward to the next in the series. I give the book 5 stars. To tell you the truth I have never been a big shifter fan. I have always preferred vampires over werewolves. However if there was an animal that I really love it is the panther so when I first seen Shadows Edge available for review I thought I would give it a try and I loved it. The second in the series Edge of Oblivion is no different. It was awesome writing, a unique plot and the story goes to some really great locations throughout the world. This book mainly takes place in Rome and takes on the mystery of who the Expurgi are, who leads them and where they are. The author managed to weave the Egyptian and Roman history together to produce an awesome background for this story and the Expurgi. Morgan gets her story and we are introduced to Xander which is an assassin for the Ikati. I have to say the introduction to the assassins in this story are awesome and I hope that they are in future books but I was also left wanting to know more about the clan that we encounter in Rome. Again I can’t wait for the third book in the series to see where the author takes us.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Grammy 1

    I am the Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild and an Amazon Vine Member. I received the first book in this series Shadow's Edge free thru the Vine Program. I immediately pre ordered Book 2 Edge of Obivion and still was not disappointed. Reading this the second book of this wonderful series has me on permanent pre order. This author has built a solid foundation of story line, good writing and wonderful editing to make me a fan of hers forever. There are many reviews up on here and amazon I am the Review Chair for the Paranormal Romance Guild and an Amazon Vine Member. I received the first book in this series Shadow's Edge free thru the Vine Program. I immediately pre ordered Book 2 Edge of Obivion and still was not disappointed. Reading this the second book of this wonderful series has me on permanent pre order. This author has built a solid foundation of story line, good writing and wonderful editing to make me a fan of hers forever. There are many reviews up on here and amazon for this book, that give you story information, I just wanted to put in my two cents that this series should should be read by everyone who loves Paranormal, UF, Romance. Yes the top of their TBR pile. Gloria Lakritz Review Chair and Sr Reviewer for the Paranormal Romance Guild Member of the Amazon Vine program

  24. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    "Edge of Oblivion" is the second book in the 'Night Prowler' series. I actually wished I read the first book, but after some confusion and finding the answers to my questions, I was hook in the story line. J.T. pens her characters interesting in a well developed plot that has plenty of suspense, action and romance with a touch of the paranormal/fantasy world. A must read for all fantasy/suspense/supernatural/romance fans. This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an hone "Edge of Oblivion" is the second book in the 'Night Prowler' series. I actually wished I read the first book, but after some confusion and finding the answers to my questions, I was hook in the story line. J.T. pens her characters interesting in a well developed plot that has plenty of suspense, action and romance with a touch of the paranormal/fantasy world. A must read for all fantasy/suspense/supernatural/romance fans. This review is based on a complimentary copy which was provided for an honest review.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Nancy Herkness

    Dark, compelling paranormal with echoes of the Brotherhood of the Black Dagger, except these characters are Ikati, shapeshifters. Loved the two main characters and the relationship between them is hot! J.T. Geissinger is a terrific writer who sucks you into her story and won't let you go until you turn the last page. Dark, compelling paranormal with echoes of the Brotherhood of the Black Dagger, except these characters are Ikati, shapeshifters. Loved the two main characters and the relationship between them is hot! J.T. Geissinger is a terrific writer who sucks you into her story and won't let you go until you turn the last page.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Paula

    Second book in the series was excellent, just as good as the first one. Now have to wait till spring 2013 fir the next one. Xander and Morgan were excellent characters and i loved their romance.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Karla BookAddict2

    deleting reviews if you want to take a look at them you can do so on my blog, link on my profile

  28. 4 out of 5

    Molly Croteau

    Can't wait for the next! Can't wait for the next!

  29. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Caballero

    Very good character development and story line. I loved it and can't wait for the next book! Very good character development and story line. I loved it and can't wait for the next book!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Megan Riverina Romantics

    MINI AUDIOBOOK REVIEW Rating: 4/5 Heat Rating: 3/5 Narrator Performance: 3.5/5 Good story. Fabulous chemistry between Xander and Morgan. Really enjoyed the new facet of the race and the enlarging of the world. Excellent world building and scene descriptions. Unfortunately while there's a satisfying ending it also felt abrupt and somewhat hollow to me. I would have like a little more explanation as to how the final decision went down. That's the only complaint I have. I'll be happily continuing with MINI AUDIOBOOK REVIEW Rating: 4/5 Heat Rating: 3/5 Narrator Performance: 3.5/5 Good story. Fabulous chemistry between Xander and Morgan. Really enjoyed the new facet of the race and the enlarging of the world. Excellent world building and scene descriptions. Unfortunately while there's a satisfying ending it also felt abrupt and somewhat hollow to me. I would have like a little more explanation as to how the final decision went down. That's the only complaint I have. I'll be happily continuing with this series. About the narrator... The narrator had a really pleasant voice and I loved how she handled the Italian words without a problem. Her pace was off multiple times though and there were numerous words mispronounced. Stupid little mistakes that stole my attention away from the listening experience. *Can be read/listened to as a standalone but you'll enjoy the experience more of you start from the series beginning.

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