Series: Between the Lines #2
Published by Self Published on October 21, 2011
Genres: Contemporary Romance, New Adult
Graham Douglas doesn’t do romantic relationships, but he was knocked for a loop when he met Emma Pierce on the set of his last film. As they grew closer, he did everything in his power to keep from falling for a girl being pursued by superstar Reid Alexander. Now home in New York, his life is once again under control, until Emma appears and shows him how not over her he is.
Emma Pierce is forsaking an up-and-coming Hollywood career to embark on a life she’s only dreamed of—the life of a regular girl. After spending months burying her feelings for the two night-and-day guys who vied for her heart while filming her last movie, a twist of fate puts her in a coffee shop in the middle of Manhattan with the one she still misses.
Brooke Cameron was a fresh-faced Texas girl when she arrived in LA. Now she’s a beach sitcom star turned conceited heiress on the big screen. Having just survived three months on location with her ex—Hollywood’s reigning golden boy—she’s older and wiser and has set her sights on her close friend Graham. The only thing standing in her way is the girl he can’t forget.
Reid Alexander can sum up his life in one word: boring. Between film projects, there’s little going on outside of interviews, photo shoots, and the premiere of the film he finished last fall. The next-to-last thing he expects is to get a second chance with Emma, the girl who rejected him. The last thing he expects is for his still-bitter-ex to be the one to offer it to him on a platter.
I really loved Graham in Between the Lines. Seriously, him and Emma just made me smile. I liked the struggle of Graham and Emma to be together and them figuring out what was real and not real. I can’t gush enough about them. The way Emma handled Graham’s bombshell throughout felt realistic and made me like her just that much more. Graham does all the stupid boy things that I both love and hate (a girl spending the night that isn’t your girl friend is never a good idea).
Where You Are has 4 POV’s. I can’t decide if I liked that or not. On one hand there would have been more suspense without Brooke and Reid’s POV’s but on the other hand, I liked knowing what they were up to, and what their thought processes were in getting there. If there’s a character I dislike more than Brooke I can’t think of them right now. She was un-freaking-believable.