Between the Lines

Between the Lines Regan spends her days working in a bookstore and her nights reading She goes on grand romantic adventures in her head but not in real life That all changes when someone sweeps her off her feet and car

  • Title: Between the Lines
  • Author: Paige Timothy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 181
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Regan spends her days working in a bookstore and her nights reading She goes on grand romantic adventures in her head but not in real life That all changes when someone sweeps her off her feet and carries her up a mountain.

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    1. "Me, my books, and chocolate--we're a match made in heaven." Right away, I knew I was going to connect with and like Regan. She is content to let her roommates find love and to just lose herself in her books, since that's where she feels romance belongs. She has the perfect job (working in a bookstore) and she's perfectly content with life. Until she lets herself get talked into a blind date with one of her roommate's boyfriend's good friends. Jesse is a great guy--really down-to-earth. He owns [...]

    2. CuteThis is my first book in the Main Street Merchants series, I was glad it could stand on its own. I want to go back and read the other ones now. I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed this one. It was well written and I liked both main characters. I loved Regans love of books, I could totally relate to her in that respect. She was a fun character. I also liked Jesse, he really grew on me throughout the book. They had a sweet relationship (view spoiler)[the only thing that bugged me [...]

    3. Book 5 in the squeaky clean set. Poor Max doesn't have a book yet.This is about Regan, the fourth in the roommate quartet who has yet to find a mated there's a good reason. But the roomies intervene and convince her to go to the art gallery opening with Jesse who owns the outdoors store down the street and he's Brennan's cousin. Both are introverts, but she prefers the indoors and he prefers the outdoors.After a successful date, they have dinner and then she freaks out. But Cara convinces her to [...]

    4. I LOVE SWEET, CLEAN ROMANCES!This one really delivers!Regan has been hurt before and so she has sealed her heart to love.ring instead to spend her nights curled up with a good book.But all of her roommates are in love and so they are desperately trying to set Regan up with a blind date.When Brennan, her roommate's boyfriend, suggests she go out with his cousin, Jesse, she says yesAfter all she has know Jesse for a couple of years, she just never really thought about dating him.Of course, right n [...]

    5. Wish it was longerThis was a cute story but I wish it was longer because I felt the romance was rushed for no reason. They go on a few dates, have an adventure, and he proposes. Even most BYU relationships aren't that quick. But the heroine was snarky, the hero sincere, and the other characters intriguing enough to make me want to read their stories.

    6. I really loved this book, it's part of the Sweet & Clean Romance Collection. And just like the name says, the romance is sweet and it's clean, I love that while reading these I have never come across anything that has offended me, or that I wouldn't want our daughters reading over my shoulder. I love the characters, Regan is a lot like me. I love books like she does, and I kind of like to keep to myself and do my own thing. I loved that all of the characters from the other books are back in [...]

    7. This 5th book I the Main Street Merchants clean romance series is another winner. At only 83 pages I marvel at how much page turning reality went into this story. I really appreciate how Ms. Timothy has taken a core group of characters who participate in each novel in the series. This is definitely a series that should be read in sequence if you seek the best reading experience. My five star rating is based on Between the Lines being part of the series where character development takes place thr [...]

    8. Regan only needs books and chocolate to be happy, but she's having a hard time convincing her three happily-engaged roommates that she's happy without a fiance. So she agrees to one "not-so-blind" date (because they already know each other, but are too introverted to actually talk to each other) with Jesse. We learn why Regan is against any relationship, and it's sweet to see Jesse win her over. On a double date camping trip with her best friend Cara and her fiance Brennan, tragedy strikes which [...]

    9. Clean ReadSuper quick, clean read. Not a bad read, but there's just a lot crammed into one day. This probably would have been a slightly more enjoyable (and realistic--at least as far as character development goes) story if the author had made it longer.

    10. This book was on yesterday for $.99 so I picked it up. I'm too cheap to pay 2.99 for a novella. ha.Cute. Clean. Just what I've come to expect from novellas in this series. :) This is a fun series.

    11. sooooI just don't knowSooo overall the book was ok but it could have been more! I guess it's my fault for not realizing it was a short story but I needed more plot development. If you enjoy quick and to the point stories enjoy! If not, don't read it!!!!!!!

    12. I really enjoyed it. It light fast and sweet. I like how this one had another hard issue in it. These are fun books!

    13. Wow! great endingThis story took us through all the women who were roommates. A diverse group of women with good back stories. All great clean romances.

    14. 3.5 stars. Another story in this series about four roommates who live and work in a small town. This was a sweet story, although the relationship seemed to progress pretty quickly.

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