The Edge of Never by J.A. Redmerski
The Edge of Never
wenty-year-old Camryn Bennett had dependably been one to thoroughly consider of-the-crate, who knew she needed something more in life than taking after the same dreary examples and developing old with the same monotonous biography. What’s more, she imagined that her life was going in the correct heading until everything broke apart.
Decided not to harp on the negative and push forward, Camryn is set to move in with her closest companion and plans to begin another occupation. Be that as it may, following a surprising night at the most sizzling club in downtown North Carolina, she settles on a definitive choice to leave the main life she’s known, a long ways behind.
With a satchel, a mobile phone and a little sack with a couple of necessities, Camryn, with definitely no heading or reason sheets a Greyhound transport alone and embarks to get herself. What she finds is a person named Andrew Parrish, somebody not all that altogether different from her and who harbors his own dull insider facts. Yet, Camryn swore never to let down her dividers again. What’s more, she pledged never to experience passionate feelings for.