BETWEEN THE LINES TAMARA WEBBER PDF

Good For You has ratings and reviews. Reid Alexander’s celebrity life is an open book. Every relationship, every error in judgment is analyzed. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Amidst the filming, the partying and the constant media attention, Between the Lines – Kindle edition by Tammara Webber. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. From the author of New York Times bestsellers Easy and Here Without You (Between the Lines Book 4) by [ Webber, Tammara]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading.

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Because of his Hollywood status and his lawyer father, he gets off with a fine and some community service — helping build a bwtween for the family he displaced.

Cast as the lead opposite Reid in a Pride and Prejudice remake, she challenges Reid in a way no other girl has before.

When I first started reading this book, I thought Reid was going to be this bad boy that got reformed by the goody-goody girl. Will she be able to hold onto her tamata friends?

Between the Lines Series by Tammara Webber

I wish the author had more books. He seems too cliche at this point. Did the delusional romantic in me want him to be better?

Thanks for playing, and we’re done. Appearing perfect but with secrets of her beetween, I loved her. I loved Emma, a lot. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

I’m definitely a character girl when it comes to reading, and the fact that Tammara Webber is following the same characters through at least three books delights me. Between the Lines is one of those stories that makes me wonder how it could have not been picked up by some major publishing companies and for that reason it is this months Spread the Word pick.

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Aug 12, Tatiana rated it it was amazing. Two, people expected a Hollywood romance. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber

I was used to Reid’s persona while immersed in the Hollywood lifestyle. He’s bad and eebber jerk most of the time. I loved this book! At least he wasn’t homophobic or racist, he had that going for him Aren’t we supposed to hate Reid Alexander?

I love that you go into this book expecting him to be the celebrity that finds love and changes his ways, but with each selfish move he reveals himself to be more and more of an asshole who is living in his own, ego-centric little world.

Good For You (Between the Lines, #3) by Tammara Webber

Dori, unfazed by Reid’s beauty and status, found goodness in Reid and showed him that there was that other path. Then Reid sleeps with a few random cast mates. The sexual content in this third book was elevated, but appropriate and fit the comfort level for the characters and their experience.

In order to save his image, he must pay for the damages and tammara eventually ends up at Dori Cantr. I kept thinking Reid webger redeem himself, and he came close a few times, but it just never happened. Aug 22, Abbi Glines rated it it was amazing. He obliges but isn’t too invested in an outcome with him being with Emma.

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Maybe it was just the betaeen setting. I just knew I would love Tammara Webber’s writing. It was sometimes laughable how much I hated Reid. This is such a perfect read for lounging out in the sun and kicking back. In order to save his image, he must pay for the damages and he eventually ends up at Dori Cantrell’s community service supervision. It went above and beyond my high expectations.

Between the Lines I’m gonna guess there is a reason, maybe in upcoming books, but still.

I really wanted to give this book a 5 star rating, but I just could not do it. See 2 questions about Good For You….

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Reid’s voice in this book is compelling, richly masculine, and deliciously naughty-and-nice. But with a little re: I’m not sure if it was too much telling, or what exactly, but by the end, I still didn’t feel as close to the characters as I would have expected.

There was no character development; at the end he was still exactly the same. Hollie rated it really liked it Oct 21,