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First off, because I loved Graham in the last book, I wasn’t expecting this book to be as good as the first two because I knew Reid would be the main guy It added a bit of intrigue to a otherwise mundane story.
But, I love Tammara and her books and when she sent me a copy which I am so thankful that she did I started it as soon as I had the chance and I finished it in record time one sitting loving every beautiful, and paint splattered, moment.
They are the worst.
Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber
Oct 18, Megan rated it liked it. Aug 22, Abbi Glines rated it it was amazing. I couldn’t believe it!
I have no idea, but getween would make a great addition to this series. The next few months are up and down as they separate for mission trips and filming, family tragedies and divergent life paths, but fate, something Dori has been questioning all along, intervenes.
We can only change ourselves.
Between the Lines (Between the Lines Trilogy, book 1) by Tammara Webber
He’s pompous, a linds and pretty much your standard jack-ass. It was never stated, but definitely implied, and you felt hope for this broken family. In fact, even if you haven’t read the other two books, I think you could pick this one tamada and fall in love anyway.
Between the Lines Between the lines 1 Author s: If you read book 2, which features scenes from Graham’s PoV, you’ll completely understand why. His eyes are black in the low light of the room. At least he wasn’t homophobic or racist, he had that going for him But having her be a good girl with a not-so-innocent past? I have been waiting soooo long to read “Good For You” and it didn’t let me down. I wish the author had more books. Oct 29, Rejane marked it as not-interested.
I need time to cal down, because I want to be inside you.
The whole story is a wishy-washy back and forth between Reid and Graham and Emma just can’t make up her teh Aimee rated it it was amazing Jul 13, Yep its definitely a multiple-reader: Preview — Between the Lines by Tammara Webber. As someone rich, famous, and good-looking, no one was going to call him on lunes poor behavior.
Emma is the type of character that you want to smoosh up and hug when she’s upset. Emma and Graham have a wonderful story, but it’s Reid’s story that I’ve been waiting for since the beginning. Oct 05, Jalyn rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book clearly redeems him from his attitudes from the past books.
Yes, I am a sucker for the unattainable bad boy tamed by the good girl, judge me. I literally had to tell myself to suck it up and read it. At first, I assumed this book was a self-published effort because of the price and expected to find all sorts of typos, rambling storylines, and plot holes.
Yet I can’t hate him. Emma Pierce just got her bstween break after more than a decade of filming commercials for grape juice, department stores and tampons, and more recently, bit parts in made-for-TV movies.
He came back alive and kicking! Sticking with it until the end didn’t exactly make it any better. But nonetheless, this last book to the Between The Lines Series is just utterly awesome.
His latest mistake was drunk-driving ruining a house and his very own car.
Between the Lines: The Complete Series
Reid is at somewhat of a personal nadir after the unsettling events on the night of the premiere of School Pride. We also barely linex out anything about Graham and see very little of his personality, because we’re in Reid’s head for half the book and there aren’t a ton of scenes between Emma and Graham. It’s weber that it had a sad ending, I think technically it did have a happily ever after