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Between the Lines (Between the lines #1) Paperback – April 30, 2011
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"Emma and Reid's chemistry is off the charts after their screen test and Emma gets Reid to do something he usually doesn't...care. He's not used to competition and he gets a big dose of it from the wonderful but secretive Graham Douglas." ~ For What It's Worth
"It's a true love/coming-of-age story, and the characterization is just beautiful." ~ Book Vacations
"Bad boy Reid and sweet Emma, I feel like they are really out there somewhere, their voice was so genuine and real. And while I love Reid, I completely fell head over heels for Graham." ~ The Secret Life of an Avid Reader
"Emma is everything I wanted in a female lead. She's strong and can take up for herself, yet still has some of those typical teenage weaknesses and flaws that makes you relate to her completely as the story goes." ~ Missy's Reads & Reviews
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Top Customer Reviews
I LOVED this book. I wasn't sure in the first couple of chapters how much I was going to care about the characters. They're a mix of up-and-coming and established Hollywood teen actors working on a modern-day adaptation of Price & Prejudice. The mania that surrounds the filming and the cast had Twilight overtones to me, although that's where the similiarity with that ends (which is a good thing). I liked the dual narration between Reid and Emma, as well as the character development of both. I thought their interaction and internal dialogue were very realistic and they were very believable in the way they handled the situations they confronted, as well as their relationship with each other. And, like others have mentioned, Graham is swoon-worthy, although I don't want to give too much away. But, really, he is.
To sum up...really good book. Sequel is in the works and I can't wait to read it!!
If you have read Jenna and Jonah's Fauxmance this book will immediately appeal to you. It has that same interesting premise of what it's really like in an actor's and actress's life, and lets just say they don't have it easy. They have family issues, they have lost people, they have been hurt and that's what makes this book so great. I really connected with both Reid and Emma. Though this book was not as I thought it would be -four viewpoints- you still get a bit of everyone's story. 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. I loved the distinction when it was Emma's voice, she described everything and her emotion, while Reid the guy voice was sparse and to the point. 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.Read more ›
At first, I assumed this book was a self-published effort (because of the price) and expected to find all sorts of typos, rambling storylines, and plot holes. Shame on me for my blind prejudice (especially since I'm an indie author, myself). If there were typos, I was too engrossed to notice. The story is well paced and believable. The characters are compelling and I empathized with all of them, even Reid ... a selfish, egotistical kid whose pain still tugs at my heart after finishing the book.
There is a fair amount of strong language, drinking and sexual situations but I have no problem recommending this story as an honest young adult novel. I do, however, feel compelled to warn parents of middle grade kids to read it before deciding if it's appropriate for their children.
Ms. Webber's style and voice remind me of Sarah Dessen and Judy Blume (in a good way). I can't wait to read the sequel and would gladly pay a higher price. The $.99 price point is too low for a work of this quality and entertainment value.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
More YA than NA, but I still enjoyed it. I like Tammara Webber's writing and, ultimately, that's what keeps me reading. This has a HEA, but the story continues in future books. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Trosado
Overall I really liked the story line but sadly, I didn't like the main character, Emma. First of all, she never once acts like a hot, rising star. Read morePublished 15 months ago by YA Addict
Through 75% of this book, I was sure I was going to rate it a 3. Maybe a 3.5. I liked it, but didn't love it. It was a cute YA story about a bunch of young actors. I loved Emma. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michele
Just finished this book and ordered the rest of them. This a great teen book on relationship pressure and will help you understand that you should go with what you believe in... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Janice
I would say I actually give this book a 4.5. I have to admit this one was interesting. I knew from the synopsis who the main 2 were going to be. Emma and Graham. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Heather Buckman
This book is such an easy mind quieting novel! It was so great to be able to tune out and enter this very young and fresh world. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Erin McMail