Author: KD Williamson
Cover Artist: unknown
Rating: 4.5 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 05/04/2016
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Contemporary, Fiction, Lesbian, Lesbian Romance, Mystery/Thriller, Romance
Nora Whitmore has been through the ringer both professionally and personally. Now, her life is more than she ever thought it could be, especially with Kelli McCabe in it. The walls have come down, and she is open to new people and experiences.
Kelli McCabe watched all the broken pieces of her life come together. The situation with her family settled down, and she’s right where she wants to be back at work and in Nora’s arms.
For both of them, this quiet time is just the devastating calm before the massive storm hits and brings with it the violence of a vengeful enemy and the reality of drug abuse. The chaos surrounding them exposes old wounds and individual vulnerabilities that seem to multiply when they are together. Is it too much for them to withstand? Or is what they have strong enough to overcome it all?
The Story Continues
Crossing Lines brings back Kelli and Nora from Blurred Lines. This is a continuation of the story and if you read this first, you are missing out on a lot.
Just when all seems well with our heroes, the other shoe drops and it falls hard! Kelli’s brother Anthony is up t his usual tricks and Nora’s blackmailers aren’t quite finished with her yet. Someone has revenge of their mind and has targeted the good Dr. Add in painful breakup and you have yourself quite the mess. Can Kelli save Nora, does Nora really need saving and can Nora help Kelli deal with her family or is it all too late? These questions and more can be found between the pages of this book.
Technically sound, this good read features Kelli and Nora as well as the others. The book led me on a merry-go-round of emotions. I was mad and sad, happy and relieved. This time the rolls seem to have been reversed.
Kelli’s life has begun to spiral out of control. I could almost feel her frustrations and ire. It seems like she could do nothing right and every time she turned around she was more and more alone. She is so strong to have faced all she did and how she dealt with it.
While Nora has a lot to work on, she has come a long way. I enjoyed seeing her come out of her shell and not go back to the lonely, closed off woman she had been.
So much happened in the story but I don’t want to give away any more. Do yourself a favour and give the story a go.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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