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Despite a shallow and reckless start to Between the Lines , the last several sections of the book went from frivolous to serious, and knocked me on my ass with emotion. Reid is Hollywood's "it" boy, the type of person who has always gotten what he wanted, and didn't care who he stepped on to get it.
He uses girls like most people go through water, and makes no apologies Oh yeah. He uses girls like most people go through water, and makes no apologies for his behavior. Enter Emma - fresh and untouched from the groupie scene. Cast as the lead opposite Reid in a Pride and Prejudice remake, she challenges Reid in a way no other girl has before. So of course, he becomes intrigued.
Yes, this type of story can be quite predictable, but go with me here.
Things do eventually take a turn into unpredictable territory. Reid is hard to like at first. He's another young, cocky, and oversexed pretty boy like we haven't seen enough of this character in YA fiction already, sigh.
Thankfully, the author did dig a little deeper into his character in book 2, and I found myself wanting to know more about what was under the surface after seeing that there's more to him than meets the eye.
Not surprisingly, my favorite character in the book was Graham, even though he's only a side character in this installment. If you read the book in its entirety, you'll probably understand why. If you read book 2, which features scenes from Graham's PoV, you'll completely understand why.
He is the anti-Reid in every single way, and I'm a big fan. The first half of the book is irresponsible, get-wasted and do bad things type of fluff. It was fun, but nothing out of the ordinary or worth writing home about.
I found myself able to breeze through fairly quickly, and figured I'd write this book off as okay, but didn't know if I'd pick up book 2.
Then we get to the section that made me say, "wow, I was not expecting that to happen! View all 12 comments. Stacia the club.
I really wanted to give this book a 5 star rating, but I just could not do it. It's like saying frozen yogurt tastes just like ice cream. Not Reid and his naughty bad boy ways or his train wreck of a child hood. My hope is that I will be rewarded in Where You Are. Don't even get me started on the two bombshells dropped in this book. One I saw coming but the other Is it bad that the last one just made me love Graham and his wonderful ways more?
Off to read more about Graham Feb 21, AJ rated it really liked it Shelves: Emma Pierce is 17 years old, and is an actress who has just landed a role in a movie which could catapult her into super stardom. Added to that, she is co-starring with the hottest boy in Hollywood, and her celebrity crush, Reid Alexander. Reid is hot property. Gorgeous, rich and successful, he gets what he wants, when he wants it, and he revels in the celebrity lifestyle.
When shy and mostly unknown Emma is cast as his love interest in his newest film, the chemistry between them is electric, and he sets his sights on her.
During three months away on location in Austin, Emma, Reid and their co-stars grow close, and all of the different personalities create some fantastic dynamics. There is drinking, partying and lots of hanging out in between filming, and as the gossip sites go crazy over the behaviour between the cast members, secrets are revealed, love blossoms, and Emma starts to examine what, and who, it is that she really wants.
I loved this book! Both of them have personal stuff that they are dealing with, and they both react to all that they are going through together very differently. Yet I can't hate him. An arrogant, entitled manwhore and completely unapologetic about it. 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.
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. I thought it was a really great twist. OMG, what a little fantastic surprise he turned out to be! I loved it — 4 stars. Aug 12, Tatiana rated it it was amazing. Jun 06, Martha rated it it was ok Shelves: Normal Emma Pierce receives the main role in a new major movie, an adaption of Pride and Prejudice.
I'm having a trouble even describing the summary of this book So I didn't really GET this book. Throughout the whole thing I was sadly bored. I would have put it down, but I hate not finishing things. Sticking with it until the end didn't exactly make it any better.
For one thing, I disliked Summary: For one thing, I disliked all of the characters. Reid in particular. He came off as a complete jerk. So that was instant dislike from me. Not helping was the fact that he manipulated everyone around him, used emotional blackmail and seriously needed to grow up. There was no character development; at the end he was still exactly the same.
I didn't care about him, didn't really consider him that much of a threat. He didn't really do anything. I was kinda glad, since he was better than Reid anyone would be but I didn't really buy into their chemistry at all. Love triangles They are the worst. Emma, the main girl, I didn't really care for either, though she was probably the most likable out of all the characters.
Even though she didn't have her own personality, at least that I could see. She just did what everyone else told her to do and I felt no connection to her at all throughout the story. The other characters I think I would have preferred the story from just one point of view it was told in both Emma and Reid's POVs as I kept getting mixed up with who was narrating a particular bit. The characters didn't have very strong voices, so I kept forgetting who was the one doing the narrating.
The author also could have done more with the movie world. That was what made me pick up the book in the first place and at times I found myself forgetting they were actually filming a movie because they were hardly ever Perhaps others would like it as it was a light, easy read.
This book was just not for me. Sep 07, Alexa rated it really liked it Shelves: This had a love triangle, a douchebag womanizer male lead and child actors. And you know what?
It was actually good! Color me surprised. The good stuff: Lots of drinking and drunken speeches and laug This had a love triangle, a douchebag womanizer male lead and child actors. Lots of drinking and drunken speeches and laughing.
I suddenly understand why people talk about book boyfriends I seriously wanted to just shove Emma away and marry the guy myself! Aug 15, Kala rated it liked it. This book left me so dissatisfied. I am sitting here frowning about how it ended.
It's not that it had a sad ending, I think technically it did have a happily ever after The book has split perspectives between Reid bad boy famous actor and Emma good girl newbie actress.
I kept thinking Reid would redeem himself, and he came close a few times, but it just never This book left me so dissatisfied.
I kept thinking Reid would redeem himself, and he came close a few times, but it just never happened. Reid's last lines are "As much as I wanted to be that guy, I don't have it in me. I don't want to spend half of a novel in Reid's head to have nothing come of it. I realize there are sequels, but I don't even want to read them. It looks like some new female character is added in the third book as a love interest for Reid, but I'm not curious enough to read it and get to know her. I got emotionally invested in Reid and Emma, so having Emma end up with a different guy and Reid not even meet his love interest until book 3 depresses me.
I found Graham to be nice, but kind of boring and cardboard. He comes across as too perfect and I never believed for a second that he and Brooke had something going on. 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.
We also barely find 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. Webber's book Easy is one of the best I've read in the last few weeks and I was so excited to read something else by her, only to be really let down by this book. I am on a roll. I've had luck this past week and read only good books. And Between the Lines is one of them.
Once I finally picked it up,I just couldn't put it down even though I have a major exam on Friday and need to study but I never do. What I really loved about this book is that the story revolves around people who are filming a teen adaptation to Pride and Prejudice. What can I say? Gotta love Mr. Darcy in any form. There are these two guys,obviously one is Darcy and the other is Wickham but as usual it's not that simple.
You see,Reid plays Darcy in the movie,and the other guy-Graham plays Collins. So,one of them is the 'real life' Mr. Darcy and the other is just a man whore. Our girl,Emma makes a mistake and just like Lizzie trusts Wickham and you can't help but yell Leave the bastard!
Pick the good guy! Nov 16, Wendy F rated it liked it Shelves: Hmmmm, I have a lot of conflicting thoughts of this book. On one hand Graham was so awesome. Every scene he was in just put a smile on my face. And hey, black hair and dark eyes My kinda guy! The scenes between him and Emma were so sweet. I love a slow building romance, just look at my love for Matt in Flat Out Love. A friendship but you can tell he wants more, it just tugs your heart.
See, it is my belief that if I h Hmmmm, I have a lot of conflicting thoughts of this book. 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.
Eliza Boans from Fury is the perfect example of this. The things she would say or think would make me wince, but at the same time there was a vulnerability to her that made you CARE.
Reid lacked this. I couldn't see any reason for me to give a crap about him. And this is a bad recipe for a book in which he's one of the main characters.
Between the Lines
So, here I am wanting more about Graham's feelings for Emma, but I'm being forced to read about Reid and Emma and I just couldn't make myself care. I'm told the next book is better, and I know it has more Graham, so I'm moving directly into the second. Normally I don't do this. Normally I break them up with something else, except I just feel completely unsatisfied.
Dec 02, Katie rated it really liked it Shelves: This is another one where my liking of the book was probably enhanced by my liking of the author's other books, but I DID like it. I thought the POV choice was interesting. I do think maybe we needed into Graham's head.
The reveal at the end This is another one where my liking of the book was probably enhanced by my liking of the author's other books, but I DID like it. The reveal at the end was too out of the blue. And I liked the characters a lot. Well, maybe not Reid. He seems too cliche at this point. Jul 16, Annaiss rated it really liked it Shelves: De los cuales, he de admitir que disfrute leer desde la perspectiva de Emma.
Es todo lo que protagonista femenina tiene que tener. Por otro lado, hay dos chicos los cuales que me tuvieron en una encrucijada: Reid y Graham. Ambos completamente diferentes, dos polos opuestos. Pero en este libro, fue diferente. May 09, Yani rated it it was amazing Shelves: I was very wary of reading them at first, but after reading In The Storm by Karen Metcalf I realized that there are some really great self-published works out there. Yes, they might not be the best edited or the most complete well rounded story, but these authors have amazing potential.
Some have even more than just potential; they know how to capture a reader. Between the Lines is one of those stories that makes me wonder how it could have not been picked up by some major publishing companies and for that reason it is this months Spread the Word pick. I really connected with both Reid and Emma. You see two parallel lives and you wish the best for both Emma and Reid. And let me tell you they are funny. Bad boy Reid and sweet Emma, I feel like they are really out there somewhere, their voice was so genuine and real.
Even when Reid was a jerk, I knew where he was coming from. And while I love Reid, I complete fell head over heels for Graham. So buy it!
Contours of the Heart Series by Tammara Webber
Jun 29, Mery St. Y no me defraudo! La autora creo algo sorprendente, protagonistas con defectos y virtudes, capaces de reconocer sus errores, de enamorarse lentamente, y no evito temas como sexo, alcohol y drogas, cosas que normalmente muchos libros YA evitan. Sep 04, Charlotte Abel rated it it was amazing. I took a break from editing and read the first chapter.
Big mistake. I could NOT put this book down.
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