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Good For You (Between the Lines Book 3) Kindle Edition

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"There is not a male lead in Young Adult history that I want to both slap and swoon over simultaneously more than one Reid Alexander. He is, by far, THE quintessential bad boy that all bad boys wish they could be like." ~ Missy's Reads & Reviews

"I have zero complaints about this novel. The pace was realistic, the character's journeys were believable, and the romance was outstanding - it's sweet and sexy. I laughed out loud at Dori and Reid's snarky banter, and my eyes watered during a few unexpected emotional scenes. Tammara Webber's honest and heartfelt writing brought out all of the emotions in me." ~ Reading, Eating and Dreaming

"Tammara Webber takes her characters on a sometimes infuriating ride with complete and utter honesty. I sometimes feel like there is no writer involved, that I'm really just watching their life play out. I want to rush them to their conclusion or whack them upside the head for taking so long but their actions are always 100% true to them and feel honest." ~ For What It's Worth

"I was drawn into the story from the very first page, and while Reid was his normal cocky self in the beginning of the novel, the reader is able to see him begin to transition and tap into his softer side, a side he hides from everyone, as he works alongside Dori completing his community service." ~ A Book Vacation

"I loved the bickering and fluttered moments between those two. Dori wants nothing to do with Reid, at the beginning, and Reid takes this up as a challenge... I loved how his character grows throughout the book." ~ Maji Bookshelf

About the Author

From Tammara Webber, the author of The New York Times Bestsellers Easy and Breakable.

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  • File Size: 4182 KB
  • Print Length: 294 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 15, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006MVYXHW
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #121,551 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of EASY, BREAKABLE and SWEET (Contours of the Heart series - NA), as well BETWEEN THE LINES, WHERE YOU ARE, GOOD FOR YOU and HERE WITHOUT YOU (Between the Lines series - YA/NA).

I'm a hopeful romantic who adores novels with happy endings, because there are enough sad endings in real life. 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. I married my high school sweetheart, and I'm Mom to three adult kids and four very immature cats.

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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By JD_AvidReader on December 19, 2011
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When I reached the end of the second book in the Between the Lines series (Where You Are), I will admit that I was a little disappointed to see that the final book was going to be about Reid. I wasn't entirely sure how I felt about Reid, and wasn't sure that I was going to like Good For You. However, I read the first few chapters of Good For You that were at the end of Where You Are, and was intrigued. I've just finished Good For You, and I can say with complete certainty that while the first two books are amazing, I think that GFY is the best in the series. I agree with the other reviewers who suggested reading the first two books before GFY. I think going into the book being familiar with Reid and his ways is very important. As others have stated, this is a book about Reid, but I think Dori's character is extremely compelling and I loved getting to know her. Tammara Webber creates characters who are well thought out and deep, which I find to be lacking in a lot of YA novels recently. It's also rare to find a book lately in which the romance isn't rushed and shallow. This book will leave you wanting more (in a good way!). I look forward to reading more from Tammara Webber.

Definitely read this book.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Lisa Santos on December 17, 2011
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I've been trying to think of how to write a review for GFY, but nothing I think of seems to do justice to how great this story was.
I'm a big fan of the entire series. I think Tammara Webber is a truly talented/gifted writer with an ability to set a scene and character developement so subtly, it's a joy to read. The flow is fantastic, and the pacing is perfect.
As mentioned before this is really Reid's story, but Dori is also a great character who's easy to love and feel for.
Reid is hilarious - dry sarcasm and whip smart, Dori is just as intelligent and quick. And really, if you didn't love him before it's difficult to not fall head over heels for him in this one.
There are some heavy moments in the book, which I didn't expect at all, but added to the story well.
All and all, this is easily my favorite of the BTL books which is saying a lot since I adore all of them.

I'm not sure if Webber will continue with #4, though she ended GFY in a good place.
Some things were kind of left hanging in the air, which makes me think she'll continue with another Reid story, possibly Brooke as well. But I'm still extremely happy with the ending to GFY as I hope a lot of others will be too.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Kala on December 3, 2012
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I have mixed feelings about Good For You. Reid has been such a dynamic and interesting character and I was curious about how Tammara Webber would write his love story.

At the start of the book, Reid is up to his usual antics - partying, womanizing, and drunk driving. After being completely wasted and plowing in to a house, Reid finds himself in front of a judge who sentences him to a month of community service building houses.

He meets Dori at the home building site where she is a volunteer. Dori is such a goody-two-shoes it got to be annoying. She says things like "Popsicles!" instead of cursing and spends every minute of her free time doing some sort of volunteer work (she delivers Meals on Wheels, works for Habitat for Humanity, works with kids, etc). I have no idea how she finds time for all of that! On top of it all, she's the preacher's daughter.

Dori is described as plain faced and wears baggy ugly old clothes all the time. She takes an instant disliking to Reid and the two spend the first half of the book bantering back and forth with insults. She is attracted to him though (he's a hot movie star, who wouldn't be?), and for some reason Reid is attracted to her. I don't really know why.

Reid's POV throughout the story was pretty good - though I found his transformation to be REALLY fast. The guy has been a larger than life, party-going celebrity for years and makes a very sudden switch to sober, stay-at-home, celibate good boy.

I also don't really know how this relationship will work. Reid is a celebrity. A huge A-list celebrity. While he and Dori have a great relationship when they're hanging out alone at his house, he can't stay cooped up in there forever. He's going to be on location a lot for movies, at premieres, at parties, etc. How does Dori fit in to all of that? It's never really brought up.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Janette on December 17, 2011
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Good For You is for many of us the highly anticipated third book in the Between the Lines series. While reading the first two books, I fell in love with the characters Tammara Webber creates. Despite the fact the series is set in Los Angeles among the lifestyles of the rich and famous, each person is real and tangible. You feel what they're feeling, you understand their dilemmas and you want to help them through life-altering events. Like every reader, I have my favorites, but I'll leave that for you to decide for yourself.

This book is one I'd describe as Reid's story. While Reid Alexander is a major player in each book, this story seems to challenge him the most. Due to some reckless decision making, he's thrust into situations his superstar status would otherwise never allow. Through the course of making reparations for his recklessness, he reaches a fork in the road: he must decide what kind of man he'd really like to be. Is he going to choose to be better or allow himself to stay on the crash course his Hollywood lifestyle has chosen for him? At the end of Where You Are (Between the Lines, Book #2) we got a glimpse of him taking a good look at himself and maybe not liking what he saw. Ultimately though he took the easy road and made no move to change it.

I highly recommend this series to everyone who enjoys contemporary YA. Tammara Webber has a laid back, easy writing style that will draw you in from the first page. The stories are fast pace and told from multiple points of view, which keeps the story exciting and fresh. Definitely check them out!
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