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The Dividing Line: Interracial Romance (The Space Between Book 2) by [Smith, Victoria H.]
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"The Dividing Line mesmerized me from the first page to the last! A unique and beautiful, heart-wrenching love story." - Katy Evans, New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of REAL

"The Dividing Line will make you smile, make you cry, then make you smile again. Well done, Ms. Smith." - LaVerne Thompson writing as Ursula Sinclair bestselling author of The Ballerina Series

"Steamy, hot and oh so sexy Drake is back and this time the story is even steamier. You won't want to miss this unique coming-of-age romance that warms your heart." - It's Andrea's Book Blog

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Series Order:

The Space Between: Book One 
The Dividing Line: Book Two
Drake's Destiny: Book 2.5

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  • File Size: 823 KB
  • Print Length: 336 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1494840979
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: February 4, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00I8YCFRG
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,118 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Dividing Line:

Drake and Lacey are at it once again, the setting is Paris now. Lacey is a big time opera singer making a name for herself, becoming more famous, and making more financially than boyfriend Drake. Drake, who is not that use to manual labor thanks to his previous wealthy life has it a little bit harder. While he can speak the language of the land, unlike Lacey, he still is not happy with his current life placement. With Lacey's final show coming to an end Drake is more than happy to go back home to Chicago, but what will he do when Lacey's job has been extended for three more months and his has just been cut off?

I enjoyed how this novel as well as the last deals with the discrimination and judgement interracial couples deal with STILL. While Drake and Lacey love each other, not everyone loves that they are together. It's not even the family in this one, it's just one classmates and normal street people.

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Although the novel (novelette?) is only about 70 pages, you get so much from the amazing writing of Ms. Victoria Smith. Drake travels to his home country to find out about his past. A past that his family never really talked about because it was too emotional for his mother. Through the help of his cooperating mother, Lacey and the adoption agency, Drake starts to unreel the past he never knew. All captured by a video camera, we see the strength Lacey pours upon her fiancee just as he did for her.

I am very sad that this is the last installment (so far) of Lacey and Drake. I feel there is so much more we can explore with them, then again, the story was complete by the epilogue. Hopefully we will see more of them in the spin off novel, 'Nothing But a Number' I believe.
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Man I laughed, I cried, Victoria is the bomb she had some errors, but I read her almost a year ago, so I was really. Stunned when I found the second and third installments to Drake and Lacey's story...I tell you I loved this story this couple, amazing truly a recommend read, but you gotta read the first book I loved it, I loved it.
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Forgive me for taking Mrs. Flacks famous song lyrics and using them to my advantage, but as I lay reading Victoria H. Smith's "The Dividing Line" into the wee hours of the night I struggled to describe how I felt while reading. I'm very self reflective, so between sobs of joy and one-sided conversations with my e-reader I came to the conclusion that the strength, depth, and fluidity of the novel I was reading expertly played my emotions, so that I hung on every word of the page.

Readers who enjoyed The space between, will enjoy the sequel, as Ms. Smith's style of writing continues from the first book two point of view characters, Drake and Lacey speak to the audience is first person; their voices are rich with the vivacity of bold lovers living in a world that is still young and fresh despite the harsh realties that they both have faced. For those who didn't read T.S.B., What were you doing? That books was Really good!! Download it now, I can wait......

For the rest of us, let me just say that I love this book! And I have to tell you that I'm not really a "Epic romance" kind of girl, I don't even celebrate valentines day, but Ms. Smith's writing is so fresh and her voice is truly unique that I had to make an exception. Lacey's struggle is "real" to me, her talent and her family; I love the relationship that she has with Drake, the one she has with her BFF, and her family. She is such a great heroine; all the attributes I love about us woman without all the ridiculous drama and neck rolling many authors tend to add in to their characters. And did I mention her hair! I love it.

Speaking of love, "I felt all flush with fever" at every description of Drake. Oh my word. I can't. I just can't.
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I don't think this book would if been even better than the first one but it was and so much more. Drake and Lacey are now both in Paris. Drake gave up everything to join Lacey as she pursue her dreams to be an opera singer. I think they both realized that Paris is not for him after losing his job especially since he never worked before. He decided to come back home and find himself. He met some one new who I think helped him find his identity which has been haunting him since he knew he was adopted. Lacey being so e mam y miles away from drake realized that the distance between them was taking a toll on their relationship. She eventually return to the states and their relationship had some downs because both did not communicate with each other. Lacey not telling drake about her father and drake not telling Lacey about him trying to find his real parents. Lacey and drake had to fight and overcome these obstacles to be together and honey eventually did. Once again this author surprised me because most sequels are not as good as the first one but she hit it out of the park. She manage to emotionally bring you into Lacey and drake world and feel there pain. I was in deep. Could not get enough of this couple so wrap up into them. Again get this book It's a good as the first and you will not be disappointed.
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