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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Between the Lines Series by Tammara Webber

He needed to grow another personality; grow out of what he was. What Reid didn’t have before, though, was perspective.

lones Preview — Between the Lines by Tammara Webber. Graham, the other main male character is everything one could hope for in a YA mysterious indie loner dude, and Emma’s struggle to understand him, and her feelings for him and his for her?

Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber | The YA Kitten

Oh my sweet gods of regretful purchases His parents are royally screwed up, distorting his perception of healthy relationships. For one thing, I disliked all of btween characters.


I literally had to tell myself to suck it up and read it. Oh, did I mention her father is a preacher?

I usually read what I’m told, sometimes I push it off, saying “soon”. They are the worst.

Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber

Very well played, Webber! First off, because I loved Graham in the last book, I wasn’t expecting this book to be as good as the first two because I knew Reid would be the main guy The main character did nothing but let everyone grab her and kiss her and she was never truly honest with neither. The feel of his mouth on my skin triggers waves of need in my belly that coil and spring like stretchy filaments of connection to ever nerve ending I have.

By the end of the book, Dori was in love with a boy named Reid She’s so amazing, and man Overall, the book tamada pretty boring. I read this book for the first time on Dec 20, and then again on January 16th, That’s serious business, guys. Sometimes I read a book and it’s mostly 4 stars all the way through, but it has a superb ending that bumps it fhe to a 5 star rating.

From the beginning of the series, he just stood out to me.

I tye wait to read the sequel. The opening sentence really doesn’t help his case. It’s not that the first half of the book was betwesn or even slow. However I saw a review and this girl said that while she’d never liked Reid this ended up being her favorite book out of the 3. The story is well paced and believable. I’m not saying this is an allegory or anything, but I love how that story kind of resonates.


I started to have a soft spot for Reid in the last book but in this book my expectations were exceeded! I actually left a music festival to tqmara read for an hour in my hotel room. Even Reid, who I often wanted to shake violently for being such a thoughtless slut, had his charms and his moments of depth. Having adored the first two books, opening the first pages of this one had me wbber with anticipation.

Jun 27, Samantha Young rated it it was amazing Shelves: Published December 15th first published December 14th I loved how you could see the relationship between him and his parents begin to heal.