- File Size: 891 KB
- Print Length: 310 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1544718756
- Publication Date: March 27, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01NAE1IXP
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #70,654 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Lines Drawn Kindle Edition
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Antonia continues to suffer. Everything just seems to hit her all at once. But she is so strong and has overcome a lot. She has her friends to help her through. They have been a huge support for her. I loved her friendship with Gavin! She always saw who he truly was and always saw the good in him. Antonia never judged him and I loved her for that.
Finlay has suffered in ways as well. In this book, he continues to find himself. He makes changes that I wouldn't have thought he would make. He makes mistakes, and I just feel so sorry for him. I really do feel for him. Antonia has changed everything for him, and he just wants to be the best he can be for her.
Gavin is still my absolute favorite!!! I just love and adore him so much!! He changes so much throughout this book. No longer a womanizer. He continues to be there to support his friends especially Finlay and Antonia.
The twists and turns in this book completely shocked me. I was really hoping that something would happen in this book, but I figured it wouldn't. But Ker Dukey loves to shock us to the core. So I was very happy that it happened. Squealed!!! These twists I didn't see coming at all!!! My jaw dropped several times though out this book.
I really wish I would have read this book slower so I could have savored every detail that happened. I just could not put this book down. So much happened in it. This book needed to be longer!! I wanted so much more.
Lines Drawn was just masterful. The twists and turns were completely EPIC! I was literally mind-blown. Ker Dukey went to where no author would usually go. Some are going to hate this ending while others love it. I am one of the ones that loved it!! I am so sad to this series end. I want more of these characters, especially Gavin!! Superb job Ker Dukey!!!
The characters for the most part were well developed, even if some of them were annoying and juvenile, but saying that they were in their early 20’s! I can’t say that I fell in love with any of them, but I did feel empathy towards Antonia for the hell she lived through. Finlay was a confusing man, one that I liked in book one and my heart broke a little for him in this book, but I also wanted to smack him for his stupidity at times; he showed passion for those things and people he truly loved, albeit sometimes he was a hot head and jumped to conclusions. The situation both he and Antonia found themselves in made my heart hurt for them, and I hoped that the love they had for one another would bring them together and make them stronger as a couple. Gavin was a fantastic character, he brought light and humour to the group and without him I think they would all have lived a very boring life, I felt a lot for Gavin as he underestimated himself and used humour as a mask to hide behind. There are so many other characters, most play their role in the story well, others I felt were maybe unnecessary, and were just padding.
Okay, so the story, I won’t go into too much detail as it would be so easy to give spoilers. There is still a little dark edge to the book, with Antonia’s attacker still free and his threat from the end of book one ever present. The start of book two is heart breaking and the dark hole that surrounds Antonia just gets bigger, but this time she’s not alone, Finlay is along for the ride. The book has enough grit and edge to keep you turning the pages, but the ongoing depression really takes its toll on you as a reader and this did mean I had to walk away from the book a few times. I thought the author was brave for attempting to deal with so many harrowing issues in one book and for the most part she pulled it off well. The book does have a happy ending…of sorts, I’ll be honest it’s not the ending I wanted to see and I felt that a certain male character deserved more, but that’s just my opinion.