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Over the Edge (Kaldor Saga #2)

3.84 of 5 stars 3.84  ·  rating details  ·  300 ratings  ·  14 reviews
All his life, Kalin struggled to protect his brothers from his mother's ploys, never allowing himself to love anyone but his siblings. That changes when he meets Cade. In submitting to Cade, he finds a freedom he's never experienced and when they escape Alaria, he finally hopes the hell they've been through is over. But when secrets from Gabriel's past are revealed, their ...more
Paperback, 276 pages
Published December 23rd 2010 by Siren Publishing (first published 2010)
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Valentina Heart
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Serena Yates
The second part of the Kaldor Saga is a great continuation of the story. Many details about Kaldor are revealed, the connection to Earth is made more solid, and the characters I loved in the first book are back for more.

In this second book the attention is split between two couples: Cade and Kalin as well as Lucien and Gabriel. They each have obstacles to overcome in their relationships, and the tension stays high until the end. Cade withdraws and made me mad at his stupidity. Kalin is so hurt b
The resolution been Kalin and Cade seemed very abrupt and ill executed.
Lexi Ander
This steps back in time a bit to the beginning of Kalin and Cade's relationship. I had to be careful because I was impatient to pick up where we left off in book one. This build up was important to understanding several things when timelines met.

Again, a really great story that I just could not put down. As soon as I finished I picked up book three. The big question, "What happened to Gabriel" gets mixed with, "What really happened on earth?" Need to know, need to know, need to know1 I LOVE this
MUCH better than the first book. Valentina's review is spot on.
Right, so even though I was not overly impressed the previous book and decided to buy this one as it was the sequel - and seriously again I caught myself becoming annoyed.

The first part of the book was completely unnecessary as it was a repeat of the events that happened on the first book albeit from Kalin's and Cade's perspective. It's is my opinion as a reader that we had already moved on from the past and it was now time to focus on their present and dealing with the problems that would occur
This is the second installment in the kaldor saga, and I loved it~~ although I will admit it did drag on in some parts, especially nearing the end. All I wanted to know was what happened to Gabriel and I kept waiting for that to be explained, but I figured out that it'll be talked about in book 3.2.
So, because it dragged on a bit, I gave this 4 stars, but otherwise, it was great! I loved how Scarlet switched point of views with not only Kalin and Cade (the MCs of this particular installment), b
A good sequel to the first book. I did think the first third of the book was a little bit too much of a retelling of the first. Yes, it adds to the Cade/Kalin characters but was way too much retelling. It honestly put me off reading all the story. After it gets to the present it gets better. I liked that Gabriel grows up more and discovers more about himself. I really appreciated the fact that the angst in the story creates better characters and strengthens relationships. There is a purpose to t ...more
this one was better than most of the below mentioned serials.

typical Scarlet Hyacinth serial romance. nothing fantastic, nothing so bad it can't be finished. what is typical Scarlet Hyacinth? imagine a shorter harlequin romance but with no t&a (see, i was going to write no surprise pregnancies, but... yeah.).

out of sheer laziness, i will be using this as my template for all serials by UNLESS motivated otherwise by markedly good/bad writing:
Scarlet Hyacinth
joyee flynn
sunny day
lynn hagen
3.5 stars rounded up to 4. I actually needed the beginning to remind me of the previous book! And after that? Whew! Gabriel on Earth was great. It was good to see him mature (and have cool powers!). Lost some of it's charm with the abrupt ending. I felt like Kalin and Cade resolved everything way too fast.

Looking forward to the next part of the series.
Good second book in the Kaldor Saga. Although I have to admit I did not like the relationship between Cade and Kalin.He seemed a bit cold and the bondage scenes certainly didn't help my opinion
of him to change. For those who wonder at that: I simply hate anything and everything to do with BDSM.I just can't understand how you can hurt in the name of love.
I really really enjoyed this book, but be aware it is best read after leaving a little time from book 1. This is because the first half of the book is basically retelling the same story from book one in another's view point, but staying this the story is great
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Scarlet Hyacinth was born in 1986, in a Romania still struggling under the weight of the communist regime. As a young girl, she started studying the English language and fell in love with books.
After a childhood spent devouring hundreds of pages of fantasy literature, Scarlet found her calling. While at uni, she discovered with the help of a dear friend that she had a knack for writing. The rest,
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