Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Review: The Fine Line by: Alicia Kobishop

High school senior Liv Evans has one rule: No attachments. She’s lost enough in her life and has vowed to do whatever it takes to make sure she never again feels the emptiness of losing someone she loves. Boys are a fun distraction, but a serious relationship is something she’d rather live without. Her determination for a future free of pain and heartbreak is put to the test when she meets–and quickly forms an unexpected bond–with Logan Tanner.

Logan has always been a free spirit, but ever since a life-changing event took place, which left him doubting the integrity of those who are closest to him, he’s taken that term to a whole new dangerous level. Learning the hard way that life is too short for worries or work–and that women can’t be trusted–Logan has exchanged steady work for street racing. When Liv walks into his world, everything he thought he knew about life and women is challenged.

In The Fine Line, Liv and Logan will discover if it’s possible for true love to have a future, or if history is destined to repeat itself.

(I received the novel from the author for an honest review.)

I loved The Fine Line.  Everything about it was great.  I enjoyed Olivia, who is a young woman who has been hurt and left feeling deserted by more people than she would care to admit.  Now looking forward to her senior year of high school she is determined to keep everyone at arms length so there is no chance she can get hurt.  Perfect plan, right?  Of course not!!

As if fate wanted to prove how awful a plan that is in walks Logan.  Oh Logan.  You sexy thing.  You and your muscle car making my insides quake.  Gah!  

Resisting, fighting, ans denying her feelings for Logan makes Olivia more confused than anything else.  Is it worth falling in love if it means chancing the possibility of getting hurt?  Or is it worse to never experience a love so true?  These are the questions Olivia must ask herself.

I thought the author did a great job building the plot and developing the characters.  Olivia was beautifully written as a scared little girl trapped within a young woman who is jaded beyond her years.  I thought the street racing element was perfect.  Only a few things are sexier than the rumble of fast cars.  This book had me on the edge of my seat until the very end.  Great job!

Happy reading!!

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