Between the Lines (Between the Lines #1)
When Hollywood It Boy, Reid Alexander, arrives on location to shoot his next movie, his goals are the same as always—film another blockbuster hit and enjoy his celebrity status to the fullest while doing so. His costar is a virtual unknown with whom he had blazing hot chemistry during her auditions. The universe is lining up nicely to grant whatever he wants, as usual, until he’s confronted with unexpected obstacles on location like a bitter ex-girlfriend and a rival for the first girl to spark his genuine interest in years.
Emma Pierce just got her big break after more than a decade of filming commercials for grape juice, department stores and tampons, and more recently, bit parts in made-for-TV movies. Nailing the lead role in a wide-release film sent her agent, father and stepmother into raptures, and should have done the same for her. The Problem? Emma is experiencing a building desire to be normal, and starring in a silly, modernized adaptation of one of her favorite novels—opposite the very hot Reid Alexander—isn’t going to advance that aspiration.
Graham Douglas doesn’t fear playing the part of a nerdy dimwit; when it comes to choosing film roles, if it pays, he’ll do it. Besides, his friend Brooke Cameron snatched up the role of the bitchy hot girl and could use his help as a buffer, because her ex is the star. Graham has no problem keeping a handle on the situation, until he finds himself attracted to Reid’s costar, Emma, the girl Reid is pursuing full-throttle with his standard arsenal of charm, good looks and arrogance.
Note: Mature teens+ (language/drinking/sexual situations)
Not suitable for teens below 16 years of age.
I had pretty high expectations from this one and I was a little disappointed but I finished this book in one sitting so I cannot deny the fact that I was hooked.I'm not a huge fan of Emma and Reid but they seemed real .The author doesn't try to sugarcoat reality for you.She makes it pretty clear that the film-star life is no great party.It's work and it's hard .I really liked that about this book.
I also found the fact that the story was told from two point of views (Emma and Reid) refreshing but a little confusing at times.
One character I loved was Graham.This guy seemed too good to be true and it was nice to find out that he wasn't perfect.I look forward to reading more from Tammara Webber but I would like to mention the fact that there is a lot of content that is not suitable for younger readers at all!
Note: I LOVED the second book in the series Where You Are ,so MUCH! I would suggest you read the first book just to enjoy the second one! The second book is AMAZING!