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- Print Length: 381 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: February 6, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00SKG0GJ6
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #245,482 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Red Lines (Finding Haven Book 2) Kindle Edition
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When I first got the chance to review Red Lines by T.A. Foster I couldn't wait. I thought that this book was a standalone as it was never mentioned anywhere that this book was actually a sequel to Finding Haven. Luckily I had already read Finding Haven, or I think I would have been a bit lost when it came to the relationship between Evan and Haven. If you haven't already read Finding Haven, I would definitely recommend starting there before you read Red Lines. While I was excited to see more of Haven and Evan after learning this was a sequel, I was left feeling pretty ho hum about the whole thing and this wasn't what I was expecting at all.
Red Lines picks up after the events of Finding Haven with Evan and Haven back together after their break-up. Though both Evan and Haven are happy to be back together, they quickly realize that leaving Perry Island will change things between them. Evan is headed to Hollywood after landing the lead role in the film version of Red Lines, the famous book series. Haven is staying at Evan's place in Austin, Texas while she pursues a career writing songs for a record label and for Evan's famous singer friend Carly. While Evan and Haven might be back together, they will have to face the distance between them as well as the pressures of the media and the constant speculation on Evan's personal life. Will the love Evan and Haven share be enough to survive their careers?
I was glad that Evan and Haven were back together in this book, but I felt like their relationship just didn't have the same feel as before. I know that they were facing completely different issues this time around, but it just felt like it had lost it's sparkle.Read more ›
With Evan away in Hollywood shooting a provocative movie with his ex, they both have to put up with a lot of gossipy press, paparazzi and being apart for the next three months. It isn't easy on them. T.A. Foster does an excellent job of building the tension over all these external situations. I loved the beginning of this because of how well done Ms. Foster captures the conflict between home and work life.
When the tables are turned and Haven comes under the scrutiny of the gossip magazines, tensions escalate to the point of breaking. I loved how Haven stood her ground on this particular matter, and that Evan must make a choice himself about the importance of their relationship.
And that's what Red Lines is really about, how two people navigate a new relationship challenged by long distance, fame and family issues. Evan and Haven must decide where their relationship falls among their many commitments and their very public lives. This was a fabulous theme to this story and I really liked it.
Even though the conflicts are settled quickly and the drama isn't stretched out for chapters, Red Lines had just enough conflict to make it interesting and Evan is quite skilled in convincing Haven to stay and is a lovely follow-up to Finding Haven.Read more ›
Things were a little more laid back, even with the major obstacles that threatened to tear them apart, and I wasn't so sure if being thrown into the spotlight again would be something Haven could handle. Add to that the fact that Evan would be working closely and quite intimately with his ex, I was just waiting for the moment when Haven would fall apart, or realize this wasn't the life she signed up for. So, it was quite a surpise when she was the one who held it together, and Evan was the one he was so insecure.
This book was filled with fun, romantic moments that took me back to Perry Island along with Haven and Evan. I enjoyed sharing these special moments with them, and building new ones that helped them through the tough times and strengthened their relationship. There was a moment when they were on shaky ground, but I was cheering from the sidelines every step of the way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really liked the first story in this series, Finding Haven. I also liked this one but I felt that it ended somewhat abruptly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Tashina Waters
This book is not as good as Finding Haven. It is short and not as sweet as it could be.
Genre: Adult Romance
While Finding Haven is a fun book and good introduction to... Read more
Celebrity is a tricky thing. So much of what we see in the media is created by PR people to project a certain image or as a marketing ploy. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Andrea Coventry
Red Lines by T.A. Foster is the second book about Haven and Evan and it is recommended that you read the first book, Finding Haven first as this jumps right in with their return... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Lisa Hines
This is the second book in the series. This book in the series describes how the lives of two people who have what they want and how they can keep up with their long distance... Read morePublished 17 months ago by S.T.
When I first read the synopsis to this book I hadn’t read the first book in the series, Finding Haven. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alexa from Between The Lines
Red Lines was a wonderful follow up to Finding Haven. The next chapter for Evan and Haven has them dealing with life away from Perry Island. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Debbie
RED LINES is the continuation of the story started in FINDING HAVEN and literally picks up minutes where the first book ended. Read morePublished 17 months ago by readingteeners
With Haven's music career and Evan's ranch drawing both to Austin, Texas, the two end up spending more time together, stitching up their fragile relationship. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Theresa H. Hernandez