Editorial Reviews. Review. “Amidst the filming, the partying and the constant media attention, Between the Lines – Kindle edition by Tammara Webber. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. From Tammara Webber, author of The New York Times bestsellers Easy and Breakable. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. From the author of New York Times bestsellers Easy and Here Without You (Between the Lines Book 4) by [ Webber, Tammara]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading.
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If you read the book in its entirety, you’ll probably understand why. A beautiful book that had me grabbing the monitor of my computer either from madness or sheer happiness Partying, sex, going to clubs, etc. What girl wouldn’t lose her head a little when said hottie actually takes a off-screen romantic or at least sexual interest in her? Ambos completamente diferentes, dos polos opuestos.
Before writing full-time, I was an undergraduate academic advisor, economics tutor, planetarium office manager, radiology call center rep, and the palest person to ever work at a tanning salon.
So that was instant dislike from me. See, it is my belief that if I have to read a major storyline about a character that’s an ass, they should have some redeeming qualities to make me care about them. This had a love triangle, a douchebag womanizer male lead and child actors. Besides, his friend Brooke Cameron snatched up the role of the bitchy hot girl and could use his help as a buffer, because her ex is the star. So yeah, i’ll cut straight to the chase I think.
Reid has no holds barred in his pursuit of Emma; he loves the thrill of the chase but he’s also experiencing something new.
Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber | The YA Kitten
Wow, these are really great reviews! I was hooked from the first paragraph.
If it pays, he’ll do it. He uses girls like most people go through water, and makes no apologies Oh yeah. But naturally it’s Graham in which role I would cast Joseph Gordon-Leavitt who we all really swoon for, and are impatiently waiting for Emma to get together with. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. The complete insight that this book has on the lifes and hearts, minds and tam,ara, that happens while making a script come to life I kind of want to give props to the author for having the guts to write a character that is such webbed unabashed douche.
To ask other readers questions about Between the Linesplease sign up. The story is befween paced and believable. I did feel like shouting “Don’t go in there, Emma,” more than once, but that just added to the fun. Oct 31, Stacia the club rated it liked it Shelves: All the while Emma is growing closer to another of her co-stars, and it starts to become clear that this book is going in a completely different direction to what I thought. Eliza Boans from Fury is the perfect example of webbrr.
Tammara lives in Texas with her husband and too many cats. I really enjoyed this warmly engaging read from start to finish. He obliges but isn’t too invested in an outcome with him being with Emma. Brooke gets caught in her lies.
Christina rated it it was amazing Aug 31, And damn you have me wanting to read this like whoa!
I He had me seeing red. Anonymous February 12, at 5: Before writing full-time, I was an undergraduate academic advisor, economics tutor, planetarium office manager, radiology call center rep, and the palest person to ever work at a tanning salon. Reid drove his new Porsche into a house. Outside the circle of Emma and her friends and fellow female stars of School Pridewomen are basically evil.
So glad you finally read and loved them.
He needed to grow up, I thought at first. What was there to like?
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Karen May 31, at 7: Andrada Madeleine rated it really liked it Apr 16, Then…the author hits me with another one…wow, very impressive. Of Metal and Wishes by Sarah Fine.
I’m not sure if it was too much telling, or what exactly, but bettween the end, I still didn’t feel as close to the characters as I would have expected. His “secret” at the end came out of nowhere and I’m shocked that Emma, a barely 18 year old with huge plans for her future, would accept it that quickly. Did the delusional romantic in me want him to be better? Which is a very very good thing.
Refresh and try again. I’m sure ljnes like this one, but the only reason i’m actually giving it two starts and not one, is because I liked that the good guy from the sideline got the girl and not the obvious choice. I was completely absorbed in the plot-line, reveling in the all the delicious angst while taken in with the Hollywood coming and going’s. I realize there are sequels, but I don’t even want to read ilnes.
Every scene he was in just put a smile on my face.