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The Line Between

Line Between, Book 1
Series: Line Between, Book 1
Length: 9 hrs and 45 mins
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There's a fine line between love and hate, so fine that you don't know you've lost balance until it's too late. Kennedy is not sure exactly when she lost her balance. All she knows is that he was to blame. Dane Winters. The boy who'd spent most of his life hating her for reasons she never understood.

It was no secret that Dane hated Kennedy, but only he knew why. She was off-limits. And then their separate worlds collided with one tragedy. It wasn't her fault, he knew that, but he wanted her to hurt the way he did, and he needed someone to blame.

She was an easy target. Kennedy Monroe. The girl he'd picked on all their lives. And the woman he barely tolerated. Until the line between love and hate was no longer visible....

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Tamsyn Bester (P)2015 Tantor

Critic Reviews

"Splashed with passion, filled with pain, and covered with love." ( Scandalous Book Blog)

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  • Jennifer
  • 11-01-2020

narrator is obnoxious with pronunciation

so, the story is good. it is too bad the narrator ruined it for me. I am only listening to the whole book due to the Amazon/Audible listening credit offer. otherwise, nope.

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  • Steph D.
  • 06-03-2020

I hate robots 🤖😡

This story is captivating...... BUT it’s EXTREMELY HARD to get passed the male (aka robot) narrator.... I’m glad that he had less reading time.... I was crying, laughing, n screaming towards the end... my kids were making fun of me 🥺 Glad this was in the romance package!!

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  • Jojo
  • 14-01-2020

Skip this. Really.

OMG this book was terrible. The high school bully finds his prey in college and continues his abuse. But without prerequisite change in behavior the girl swoons at his errant kisses and masturbates in front if him to show she 'won'...NO. JUST NO. It was the worst kind of awful.

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  • Book demon
  • 24-12-2019

Why do people think this is romantic

I don't see how people can think you can like someone when all they do is treat you like sh#t. I understand some jokes and banter but the way he treated her was straight up disgusting. I can't see how she let him do half the stuff he did to her when he was nothing but brutal to her. I can't even make it half way before I had to stop. This girl is a door mat and Dane is just disgusting. Stop romanticizing this mental abuse into something romantic.

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  • Dsimmons
  • 17-11-2019

Interesting

If you like college level romance it was interesting Little long for me, I don’t always review as I am just a everyday reader ...

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  • LISA
  • 08-08-2019

Male narrator

The male narrator was much to old for this part. Both his male and female characters sound elderly.

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  • holly f
  • 29-05-2015

Mary go round storyline

It was okay it was worth a credit the story lines kept repeating itself and was very unoriginal but the secondary characters made the story.

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  • The-Scarlet-Finch
  • 20-07-2020

Love is complicated. But worth fighting for.

This book made me cry. I confess. It did. The exploration of loss, love and healing in this book was fantastic. Danes father has always hated the Monroe's and he encouraged his son to feel the same. Jewel, his twin sister never shared those sentiments, her best friend Kennedy Monroe is proof enough of that. Kennedy is also the girl that Dane loves to hate even though his teenage thirst is crazy... he relishes taking his frustration out on her by making her young life miserable, until life gives him a reason to really hate her family. A tragic accident on Prom night has bound them both. Kennedy's older brother Charlie and Jewel both die. Losing their siblings has made them understand one another in a way that makes each kiss they share feel like the only thing stopping them from drowning in their grief. College is complicated enough, having the person you hate and crave in equal measure living in the room next door... is just pure torture. Both too afraid to move on and claim what they truly want, they continue to make each other hurt while praying the other would be the one to break and confess their desires so they can both finally heal. Out of all the Love to Hate journeys, this one feels authentic and the conclusion has you jumping for joy that these crazy kids finally stopped acting so immature and got their shit together.

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  • Rachel Reads
  • 18-11-2015

I never award 5*!

Really enjoyable story.
Often the angst aspect of a story is overplayed, in this instance Tamsin was spot on with the pace and storytelling. The development of the story and its characters were great, the narrators' were both very good and enhanced the story.
Well paced, great drama and beautifully read by both narrators - what's not to like?