Between the Lines has ratings and reviews. SERIES: Between the Lines (Between the Lines, #1) by Tammara Webber Where You Are (Between. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. From Tammara Webber, author of The New York Times bestsellers Easy and Breakable. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Amidst the filming, the partying and the constant media attention, Book 1 of 4 in Between the Lines (4 Book Series).

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The editing was good. After reading this book one cannot say LOVE doesn’t exist. I found Graham to be nice, but kind of boring and cardboard. When he loves he loves with all of himself. I am regularly accused of being too passive by my nearest and dearest, and my patience and acceptance for people is constantly called in to question as being one of my flaws.

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And boy I couldn’t be happier. The main character did nothing but let everyone grab her and kiss her and she was never truly honest with neither. No trivia or quizzes yet. That’s her serirs words. As for Brooke, I get it, she may not have had it easy but what a bitch sorry lol I pretty much read this story straight through without putting it down.

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webver But one humiliation heaped on another and one self-involved internal monologue after another of a how hot this or that girl was or b what a douche wwbber daddy was, just proved that there was just nothing there! In fact, I don’t know if I’ve read any books with hand holding couples until just recently.

I loved this book! Lord help me those two are made for each other and need to leave Emma and Graham alone.


Oh Emma, I can relate to her in a way I didn’t think possible. I do think maybe we needed into Graham’s head. It has to be justified. What I really loved about this book is that the story revolves around people who are filming a teen adaptation to Pride and Prejudice.

The kiss ends up in the tabloids. He’s another young, cocky, and oversexed pretty boy like we haven’t seen enough of this character in YA fiction already, sigh. I pretty much read this story straight through without putting it down. If you haven’t read Between the Lines yet, and are a fan of young adult coming of age stories I definitely recommend it.

I loved this book, and I’m excited to dive into the next two and see how Emma grows.

I didn’t find him shallow as much as damaged and closed off, and I look forward to seeing him open more. I also liked the addition of the surprises towards the end of the book, one of which I saw coming from far away, the other less so.

I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed surfing around your blog posts. For one thing, I disliked all of the characters.

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I really wanted to give this book a 5 star rating, but I just could not do it. So, basically, “School Pride” is over, and they only have some promoting left to do. Did I mention that it’s long enough to be satisfying, too?

He comes across as too perfect and I never believed for a second that he and Brooke had something going on. Well, what about my linrs Will she and Reid make permanent peace? Oh, that is so not the case with this novel. There is emotional drama that has you ready to pull Brooke’s blond hair out of her head and cry out in f I fell in love with Graham in Between the Lines. The reveal at the end was too out of the blue.


I want Reid to change. I’m now seriex the third book in the series and still loving I finished Between the Lines and then immediately pick this up Cute romance for her too.

Jul 26, Andreea Pop rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is such a perfect read for lounging out in the sun and kicking back. He is considerate, though, insisting on getting tested and waiting until Emma is emotionally prepared and eighteen, although that was toward the end of the first book before they have sex.

The question begs, am I pissed off in general and I’m placing blame on the book, OR is this book causing me to be pissed off en masse? Emma, Graham, Reed and Brooke are all back again. I love that you go into this book expecting him to be the celebrity that finds love and changes his ways, but with each selfish move he reveals himself to be more and more of an asshole who is living in his own, ego-centric little world.

I loved how her relationship took a turn for the better with her father, and that she remained true to her friend Emily. It’s this crazy thing I do in every novel, every novel except this one! This book confirmed what I already guessed: Emma did herself right by not sleeping with anyone till she was in love.