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- Book 5 of 5 in Out Of Line (5 Book Series)
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Top Customer Reviews
Riley comes home to find his fiancee sleeping with her ex boyfriend, and calls off the engagement.
He goes to a hotel bar and gets drunk off his ass, and meets author Noelle. She invites him to stay in her room because the hotel is sold out due to the convention.
Riley thinks that he can never fall in love again, because he was once in love with Carrie. Noelle is a widow, and she is looking for her happily ever after.
This book was so good, that I would definately recomment it others.
Love the start of the book where Riley catches his fiancée sleeping with her ex. He's calm through the whole thing, while I'm getting riled up and wanting to throat punch Sarah. She definitely deserved a throat punch with the crap she was saying. Still gets me upset. Anyway, poor Riley feeling down in the dumps and starting to believe that he's never going to find love or it's just not in the cards. Personally, I would have taken him in. Riley's a great guy, but a tad bit serious.
Then we have Noelle, who is a widower, writer, and a daughter of not so great parents. Lets focus on the writer part, because she enjoys what she does. I think one of my favorite lines of hers was:
"I've been called killer of hopes and dreams once or twice when I didn't end my books the way readers wanted."
I think as readers feel that way, so that made me chuckle. However, Noelle is super sweet and adorable. Not only that she's a bit unsure of herself, which makes her lovable.
Basically, the relationship between Riley and Noelle is super fast, some may believe it's unrealistic. Hey, I'm in the camp anything is possible. Anyway, Blurred Lines had my emotions all over the place. At times I could feel the tears trying to make there way out, and other times I was dying. Seriously dying, because Riley could be so clueless. One of my favorite parts after their non-sex sex (by the way super hot), he leaves money with no explanation.Read more ›
You could be forgiven for getting absolutely and totally absorbed in this book from the first page. This reader sympathises. ;) Right from the beginning chapter the drama, tension and shenanigans of Riley's chaotic introduction were just laugh out loud, heartbreakingly brilliantly written. Add to the mix Noelle and their first meeting and succeeding interludes and dramas has Blurred Lines being just off the charts astounding reading!
Riley with his do the right thing, live a safe life, no questions asked and do what is expected by his family, even at the cost of his own happiness attitude.
Noelle Brandt living life after her parents mistakes. Fleeing Connecticut to make a new life. Enduring losing her husband, surviving and endeavouring to be a successful author.
Noelle comes to Riley's rescue and sparks just fly from the get go. Even intoxicated, Riley's manners are impeccable and his demeanour is absolutely hilarious.
Noelle's attentions to Riley were innocent and laid bare. Their encounters in the hotel room was just mind blowingly scorching, intense. There isn't a smexy scene around that comes close to those encounters - just beyond HOT!
Noelle and Emily's adventures the morning after in Riley's office were hilarious and have you laughing out loud so many times.
Their dalliances are sizzling, their attraction undeniable and genuine.Read more ›
The opening paragraph had me hooked and didn’t let go. I was on an amazing rollercoaster that I didn’t want to get off. Noelle and Riley met under the craziest of circumstances. Noelle and Riley’s start was almost as perfect as their end but not as juicy as their middle. That’s right folks the midway point of this story was when I was most excited! I sat straight up in bed at precisely 4:47a.m and gasped,”NO!” as I clutched my imaginary pearls. You know when you look down at the status bar on your Kindle and realize you’re about to leave this perfect imaginary world and want 100 more pages to magically appear? Yeah that about sums it up. This book is actually part of a series. It is book 5 of the Out of Line series, which focuses on Carrie & Finn, Riley’s best friends. I’m thinking I may just go back and start with book 1 just because I liked this one so much even though it can be read as a standalone. For a more on this book visit me at http://www.textteaser.wordpress.com
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book was awesome from beginning to end!! I couldn't put it down!!! Can't wait to read more from this author!!!Published 3 months ago by Peter R. DeFranks
I love the out of line series. I was so excited for Riley to get his own book. And it did not disappoint. I was so excited for him to get his happy ending. Another great bookPublished 13 months ago by kbb
The Out of Line Series has to be one of my favorite ever, and I was so glad to read Riley’s story. Carrie and Finn were amazing characters who found their happily ever after, and... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roxy Kade
I really don't know how to grade this book, I put it 2 stars because it wasn't that bad. First it was a really cheesy story about a man an a woman that fell in love in 3 days. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
This was a super cute book! I always liked Riley, just not for Carrie. I am glad that he got his own story. And how could you not love Noelle? Quick and easy read...loved it!Published 17 months ago by Kindle Customer
I’ve enjoyed Jen McLaughlin’s entire Out of Line series. After reading Fractured Lines especially, I was excited for Blurred Lines. I wanted Riley’s story. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Dirty Laundry Review