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Think your mother can't haunt you from her grave? Think again because Grace McAllister's mother is meddling in her love life despite that fact that she's dead.

Xander Stevens, the bad boy with a sensitive heart, rides into town on his motorcycle and awakens the need for Grace to walk the fine line between being responsible and doing things she has only dreamed of.

They are thrown together in a manipulative situation by Grace’s dead mom. In order to collect the inheritance they need to work together and live together - or is there a loophole to be found? When things start disappearing, Grace wonders if she is losing her mind. Can Xander knock down her protective wall so she can learn to love fully?

©2015 Emma Leigh Reed (P)2019 Emma Leigh Reed

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  • Angela
  • 24-07-2020

Hoped for better

I was intrigued by the summary. The leading female character is way too hot headed without reason and comes across as a nit wit once the male character enters the story. The narration was great for all the characters except the leading male. His sounded like he was constantly sick.
With that said, I finished the story and found it enjoyable for the most part.
I received this audiobook for free, at my own request, and are reviewing voluntarily.

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  • Chris
  • 17-02-2020

Absolutely loved this book

I absolutely loved this. He loved her for years and after them being forced to live with each other for an extended amount of time. I'm glad the book ended the way it did. This is definitely one to read.
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  • Believer50
  • 18-12-2019

Excellent

I got this arc via audiobook boom and this is my voluntary review. The narration was good and the story was very good. This was a different take on the opposite attract but was well worth the time to listen. I liked the flaws that showed humanity but also the willingness to help. Overall a good listen.

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  • Sara B
  • 13-12-2019

Enjoyable!

A Fine Line is a sweet love story. It's well-written, clear, and precise with good scene transitions. The plot is well developed with added suspense, romance, drama, a few unexpected twist, and turns. The characters are likable, charming, and engaging. Grace and Xander have a great connection with a Romeo and Juliet element to their relationship, generating conflict.

The narration by Jillian Yetter is excellent. I enjoyed her performance. Overall, I found A Fine Line to be an enjoyable and heartwarming tale about love, family, and forgiveness.

I was given a free copy of this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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  • sheryl beauchemin
  • 09-12-2019

I Had Higher Hopes...

First let me say that the story’s premise was interesting enough to allow me to finish. It was a good idea and I don’t enjoy giving an “okay” review.
Grace was one seriously dumb young lady. With everything that went wrong she immediately blamed Xander, even when it was OBVIOUS he wasn’t the culprit. She made mountains out of mole hills over and over. I’ve never rolled my eyes that much.
I wish I could give some uplifting praise for the actual writing but I found it lacking maturity. Every cliché and jus about every standard circumstance were used. I had to laugh because I began to expect scenarios and then think “But of course...”
Narration did work BUT Jillian talked a bit fast and didn’t perfect the correct cadence. She has a childish voice which was believable for Grace, but her voice for Xander was, well, not the greatest.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review. My review is HONEST.
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