Author: Erin McCarthy
Series: Blurred Lines #3
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: September 23th 2014
Date Read: September 24th, 2014
Point of View: Single (Aubrey)
Writing: First Person | Past Tense
Setting: Vinalhaven, Maine
Genre: New Adult | Contemporary Romance
In a Nut Shell...
A really nice and short romance!
*** Note ***
Due to mature subject matter (abuses & sex), this book is not suitable for those under 18.
"Where were you?" Jared asked as I came into the apartment, my arms loaded with plastic grocery bags.
If each of those pieces of you is something I love, then the cracks between them don't matter.
Out of all the pairs in this series, Aubrey and Riker (hot name!) were my favorite. I loved the chemistry between these two. Even though, I still think their relationship moved a little too fast for my liking, I cannot help falling in love with how much they cared for each other. Their love was intense and so sweet.
Aubrey was a really nice character. Normally I don't like the type of characters that are submissive and runs away from problems. However, I understand the situation she was in, so I really felt sorry for the girl. The way she handled the issue might not have been ideal because I would totally call the cop, but at least she did something about it. Riker was such a babe. I loved both his sweet and caring side, and his dark and possessive side. It was hard not to love him when he was super hot and such a gentleman.
I did, however, have a bit of a problem with the writing as there were quite a few grammatical errors and typos. Not that they were that many, but I was still annoyed by that. At least they didn't ruin the whole book for me. The pace was great as it didn't take long to get to the story and there weren't too many unnecessary scenes, which also helped make the story move faster.
To wrap it all up, it was a really sweet (and steamy) romance. I recommend it to those who are comfortable with reading a book about abuses and a book that has intimate scenes.