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I’m a hopeful romantic who adores novels with happy endings, because there are enough sad endings in real life. I loved book two, because I loved Emma and Graham. But a night could certainly change everything. He even gets uncharacteristically introspective, wondering what makes Emma think there’s something more to him.
Sofia Dim rated it it was amazing Mar 29, A solid five stars.
Jul 30, Christy rated it really liked it. In fact, I’d give it 10 stars if they’d let me. I could NOT put this book down. The author also could have done more with the movie world.
Jan 15, Karen rated it really liked it. If there were typos, I was too engrossed to notice. And yet, with a little manual labor, some awesome chemistry, and a good deal of persistence, these two find themselves in a few fun and compromising positions. If by some fluke anything was said at some point during this entire exchange that made me curious enough to see you again, I would.
I have a deep sentimental attachment to this book. They are the worst.
Dori spends a great deal of emotional energy denying that, at one point saying, “if I believed for two seconds that there was a reason behind some of the awful thing that occur in this life, I wouldn’t be able to stand it. I read this book for the first time on Dec 20, and then again on January 16th, I actually left a music festival to go read for an hour in my hotel room.
I don’t know you. While trying to get Dori’s attention, he begins to commit himself to her, falling for her patience, her kindness, her forgiveness, her strength, and her ability to see the good in anyone. Jun 27, Samantha Young rated it it was amazing Shelves: He tries to change and finds that the path he’d never paid attention to and he’s following right now isn’t what he had thought it would be.
Reid is he leading man. The sexual content in this third book was elevated, but appropriate and fit the comfort level for the characters and their experience. Speaking of Brooke, women in this novel. And soooo worth it. There are these two guys,obviously one is Darcy and the other is Wickham but as usual it’s not that simple. I read the entire series in a few days. Will Graham’s life prove itself to be too different from hers?
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. What results is a truly beautiful tale of love and redemption, change, forgiveness and new beginnings.
Lisa rated it it was amazing Sep 14, To ask other readers questions about Between the Linesplease sign up. A lot of repetitions too. They were good, but not great. To view it, click here. I thought it was a really great twist. She denies her feelings for him because he is an egotistical celebrity.
Reid wants Emma, his new co-star. Yes, there was enough drama and curveballs thrown in that had my chin hitting the floor a few times.
Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber
I teared up more than once, but though it was definitely hard to read at times, I thought the whole thing was written beautifully. So, why was he in the blurb and Graham wasn’t?
This is YA, people. As it turns out, when these two strangers meet in a modest little half built house, both of them are there under some kind of compulsion, one the no less strong for being self imposed. Pero en este libro, fue diferente.
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This book left me so dissatisfied. Aug 28, Sita rated it liked it Shelves: I am a bit shocked that I ended up liking this book at all in the end. View all 16 comments. Related Posts Same Genre.
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Just the fact that she was into missions and volunteer work was enough of an indicator. They end up starting to like each other durp and Reid starts becoming a better person. While her parents pray to God for hetween, Dori begins to wonder the same thing we all do at some time in our lives: