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Fractured Lines (Out of Line #4) by [McLaughlin, Jen]
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About the Author

Jen McLaughlin is the New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author of steamy new adult books for the young and young at heart. Under the penname Diane Alberts, she writes bestselling contemporary romance, including the Take a Chance series and the Honor Guard series. Jen lives in Pennsylvania.

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  • File Size: 711 KB
  • Print Length: 153 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jen McLaughlin (October 14, 2014)
  • Publication Date: October 14, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,819 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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2.5-3 stars

Oh man...
I guess I was expecting a little more from this book.
I wanted Carrie to have more of a tough love / backbone approach with Finn's issues.
Her being a therapist herself... And being in the condition she was in.... She was just not doing it for me.
She needed to insist right from the start & put down the ultimatum and a time frame... For Finn to get help... If he wanted to stay with her and his daughter.
It was just so crazy!!
And I'm sorry... I wasn't feeling the whole BDSM scene in the cabin. They were never like that in the other books... It just seemed out of place... Considering where they were there relationship!
Maybe I would have been ok with it if they were in a good place in their marriage.. Being married for 8yrs.. Spicing things up... I would have been all for it.
But, they weren't... I think that's where the problem lies for me.
And I wasn't feeling the whole threat plot on Carrie. That whole story line just seemed out of place...
I wish this book had just been about Finn's problem & fixing their marriage.
Once the dr told Finn about Carrie in the hospital... I was done...
Totally unnecessary this whole book. This book just ruined it for me. I loved these characters. Flaws and all.. But this book...
Just pissed me off.
I should have never read this book at all.
It was all unnecessary drama.
Should have just been about marital issues not all the drama that went on.
Ughhh... I'm so pissed...
The ending of this book...
Was just to cute. For all the drama that went on... I just felt it was all to fast towards the end.
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We all love when our characters get what we assume will be a happily ever after (HEA), but sometimes what happens after the HEA isn't all sunshine, rainbows and kittens. No matter how much a couple loves each other, previous issues have a way of resurfacing and causing trouble a second time around. This is what we find with Finn and Carrie in Fractured Lines.

I should probably be mad at Jen for putting one of my favorite bookish couples through another relationship test, but the truth is, I was so excited to get more of them – and the book was so beautifully-written – so I'm happy she extended their story. Carrie and Finn aren't in a good place at the beginning of Fractured Lines. They're married and have a young daughter. Finn had been in a car accident and was dealing with pain from it, and some of his old habits begin to surface, unbeknownst to Carrie. Ultimately, he won't admit he's addicted to painkillers and Carrie can't put herself and their daughter at risk, so she asks him to leave until he can get himself together.

Fractured Lines was difficult to read at times because of the emotions. I'm so invested in these characters that it hurt me when they were hurting. And both of them were hurting in this book. Carrie was trying to come to terms with the fact that the life she thought she had with Finn might be a lie and could be over. She was wrestling with herself because she wanted to help put him back together, but knew she couldn't. It was something he had to do on his own. Finn felt abandoned by Carrie, yet determined to prove to her that he could change. He could battle his demons and win – and he would for her and their family.

One of my favorite parts about this book is the way Carrie's dad has evolved.
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this book would not be complete if Finn and Carrie were not going through something, but hey that's what makes it worth reading just when you think they've lived happily ever after something comes up. the point is even though Finn and Carrie have their problems they end up working through them or do they this time.
Hats off to Jen McLaughlin for another awesome book.
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Wow.. I'm already in love with this series to begin with some think Jen Mc Laughlin can write a chapter and if it included Finn and Carrie I would rate it 5 stars.. Ok maybe more than a chapter! ;-)
I absolutely loved this book! This is what life is like after the HEA, the we are in love and we have everything together and look everyone is happy! Get it? Happy.!!!
This book was everything but happy.. Of course at least until the right time.. This is Finn.. Our Finn.. The marine who is a soldier at heart and a protector to his core who gets into an accident which brings him back to a dark place... The darkest place he could ever be.. Trying to hide it from Carrie.. Unsuccessful of course so our hero, our protector, our MAN needs saving and he's in denial! Carrie is the fiery woman she's always been but also the SAP she is for Finn.. She calls him on it.. Their harsh reality comes crashing down in a series of events that leads to a devastating moment and it defines them.. Jen Mc Laughlin has evoked every emotion possible AND makes you think about our armed forces completely different when it comes to PTSD.. Such as it may go away but anything can cause it to return and it needs to be monitored. I don't know where you get your information from or do your research but this was brilliant! The ending at first was scary but I am glad that we got our HEA but at road to it was ROUGH! Excellent book! Well worth it! If you read the other books and have to have more of Finn and Carrie... 1-click, order do what you have to do because this is it!
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