Crossing the Line

Crossing the Line


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ISBN-13: 9781499184464
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 04/30/2014
Pages: 276
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.84(d)
Age Range: 1 - 17 Years

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Crossing the Line 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Mommaleena 7 months ago
Addie :) WOW!! Grab some tissues, a snack (or glass of wine!), sit back and enjoy this emotional but fulfilling story. Oh my talk about spunky.... Addie's an amazing character, you've gotta read to find out why!! Samantha has another hit and i can't appt to read more. ARC received from BookSprout for an honest voluntary review. Due to sexual situations, this book is recommended for readers 18 and older!
Tanya Wheeler 8 months ago
She works hard to keep her twin daughters and her business after a bitter divorce. She has no time for love. He has had enough of women and so only does one night stands. They both have no time for anything serious and they seem to have a connection. Can they stop it before it becomes more? What will happen? See what will happen between them I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Pwalley01 8 months ago
The storyline was well written and the characters were very likable which hooked me right from the start! As I turned each page I felt like Victoria and Nick jumped from the pages and pulled me right into their story as it unfolded!
Merryj 9 months ago
This is a riveting story about a woman who has come full circle with the support of her family. Recently divorced, Victoria had to step up to the plate for her daughters because he ex husband always dropped the ball and was never there for them. She is introduced to Nick through her father and as he renovates her office he does the same for her heart. He is everything she wanted in a man and just what her daughters needed. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.
Sarah Clay 9 months ago
This was a really good read I just loved Victoria and Nick these two were great together they had lots of chemistry but they don't have it easy and have a lot to get through before they get their HEA. A really good read I enjoyed it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome story
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this story. It was sweet and passionate, all at once. The sincerity of the main characters was a nice twist. Even in their flaws, they were good people which I appreciated. The situations around them were realistic, like having a dead-beat dad and going through divorces and custody issues. Watching them work through their trust issues was intense. My only criticism was the ending. I would have liked more of a lead-in to the next series and more insight on how Nick and Victoria ended up. Otherwise, great book.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved it can't wait to read the next book!!!!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Enjoyable romance. Will look for part two.
badkat17us More than 1 year ago
This book was wonderful and I loved it. I can’t wait to read the next one in the series. Victoria is in the process of learning to live her life once again. A year ago she got a divorce. She is trying to help her twin daughter Lucina and Helena deal with the divorce. Lucina is dealing with it better than Helena. Helena is a daddy’s girl and doesn’t see her father for who he really is. Victoria is finally ready to have an actual office for her business instead of working out of her home. She has worked so hard to get where she is and her life is about to change once again. Her father helped her buy the space she is going to use for her office but is needs a serious over haul. Her father told her knows someone and has set up a meeting. She is totally taken by surprise when Nick shows up. She was expecting someone her father’s age not someone her age who is a total hottie. Their parents have decided to play match maker. Victoria is attracted to Nick however she thinks she needs to focus on her work and her daughters right now not a man. Nick shares this attraction however his motto is no kids and no being tied down. However he can’t seem to get Victoria out of his head. How long will they be able to fight their attraction to each other? Victoria is still getting over her divorce. She thought she would they would be married forever but instead Roger needed to find himself without her or their children. Nick has worries that stem from his own childhood. Both Nick and Victoria grow and change so much throughout this book. Victoria’s sisters Halle and Addie are great characters and I can’t wait to read more about them in the coming books. Addie has so much fire in her; Halle is another story and has her own things she is going through. All the characters in this book are great. This book was emotional at times and felt for Victoria’s twins and what they were dealing with. They are almost teenagers plus they are dealing with their parent’s divorce. I can’t say enough about the book but I don’t want to give too much away. This is the first book I have read by Samantha long but I look forward to reading more by her in the future. I was given this book in return for an honest review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
READ AS PART OF THE HEARTS ON FIRE ANTHOLOGY: 3.5 Stars Another good read in this bundle, except it ends on a cliffhanger! Dammit! I'm so tired of those! This book was actually getting interesting and ends! I'm mad that I have to spend money for a part two! The only reason I am going to get it is because I really want to know what happens with Victoria and Nick. I need to find out if Helena sees that her dad is a scumbag and quits treating her mom, who is working so hard for her and her sister, like crap. I'm also wondering if more will be said about Halle, her cheating husband and Luke's love for her! There are just too many juicy little things that were left unanswered that I need answered! SR
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HumorMyWay More than 1 year ago
Crossing The Line is a book you can relate to it is about today’s issues with real people. This could be you or I just living life the best way we know how. It is a very touching story of people doing the best they can with what they have been given. The author covers some very tough issues of divorce, children going through a divorce, one parent gives all the other just wants to get even. Throw boyfriends and girlfriends in the mix an you have one big mess. Victoria has just gone through a nasty divorce, her ex makes her out to be the bad guy with their young twin daughters. She is just wants to get her business off the ground, make a living raising her daughters and being happy. She isn’t ready for a new relationship and will fight to keep her life just as it is. She isn’t ready for bad boy Nick, who makes her blood pump along with her heart. Nick has a bad rep, she just isn’t into one night stands. Nick owns his own construction business he is having the time of his life with his wild women and good times. Nick is a mess, he doesn’t want a relationship he is to afraid he will be like his father, kids no way no how is that going to happen. One night stands or even two night stands suits him to a T. That is until Victoria parents decide that she needs to find a new man and pick poor Nick to be that man. Victoria father has retired and just can’t help her redo her new office. He hires Nick to renovate Victoria’s new office and is hoping Nick might do some renovate on Victoria, bring love and laughter back into her life. The attraction is strong, they fight it but as we know sometimes things are just too much and one has to give a little. Their relationship isn’t going to be easy, both have many issues to overcome. When you throw in a few ex’s and young children you have one hot mess. To be honest I was going to give this book a 4 star, it was a wonderful read just very slow starting. Then we hit about ¾ way through and all man sh** hit the fan. You have meek, mild women but man when they get mad the kick butts and take names. When Victoria slapped Roger her ex she stole my heart and became my hero. Then when her sister pulled back her fist and slam dunk Trevor I found myself laughing myself silly. I found myself cheering for the ladies, nice job a job well done. These women have class, when cornered they come out fighting better than any boxer could. These sassy, fire spiting women give this book a 5 star. The humor was outstanding which makes this not only a wonderful read but one of the best I have read in a while. The author has put so much emotion in this story, she has taken the time to get it right. This is true life, how it is with a lot of families. She takes you deep and makes you want to scream, beat a few heads together. You will find yourself talking to the characters and even disliking a few. I felt the author did an outstanding job in showing the fight for true love and overcoming the bad to get to the good. The characters were realistic, their responses and action are true to form. This is more than romance it is life! I highly recommend Crossing The Line and look forward to the next two books in this series Victoria’s sisters Addie and Finn. There is no way I am going to miss Addie’s story she stole my heart. If you are looking for an outstanding read about true life issues, throw in some romance and some spitfire women who won’t be ignored then this is the book for you.
MySecretBookSpot More than 1 year ago
“Crossing the Line” by Samantha Long 5 out of 5 stars Have you ever started a book and felt like you were having an extended conversation with a friend?  That’s exactly how I felt when I read “Crossing the Line” by Samantha Long.  Her characters are absolutely real and relatable!  You won’t regret picking this one up…just settle in because you will not want to put it down! Veronica comes from an amazing family.  Her parents are still happily married after many decades together and she has two awesome sisters who seem to have their lives figured out.  Unfortunately for Veronica, her road to happiness has taken a major detour.  Fresh off a divorce and raising preteen twin girls virtually on her own, she has decided to put her career first and love a very distant second.  When fate, in the form of her father, pushes her toward an old acquaintance will she be able to stick to her plan or will she realize that sometimes you have to cross the lines to get what you want? I liked Veronica and her sisters!  They were characters I could easily see myself having a girls night with.  Long did an amazing job writing them in such a realistic way and I was definitely able to identify with Veronica.  The dynamic between the three of them was entertaining, insightful, and often times hilarious.  They brought the fun and the honesty to every scene they were in together.  Veronica’s struggles with her daughters were true to life and I appreciated that Long didn’t gloss over their presence in the book.  It was great to see a character face real parenting challenges in her quest for romance. The down to earth quality of the book didn’t stop with Veronica’s family.  Nick, his brother Luke, and their mom were written just as well and I loved getting to know them.  It would have been easy to just focus on the sister dynamic but Long, once again, excels at the relationship between brothers.  Nick and Luke pick at each other, laugh together, support one another, and have a great love for family.  It was awesome to see them so connected to their mom and committed to being a consistent family unit.  The chemistry between Nick and Veronica is electric and practically jumps off the page.  Every scene is filled with heat and longing and I couldn’t wait for them to have their moment! Long really took the time to develop the characters here and allow the reader to form a connection with each one.  Her writing style is very fluid and easy to lose yourself in.  I have high hopes that this will become a series.  The groundwork is laid for another book starring Luke and Veronica’s sister Halle and I will be first in line to read it.  I’m anxiously awaiting my next chance to hang out with this group and see where the story leads them next!  Long gets an A+ for this one and I am highly recommending it to all!     *I was given a complimentary copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.* Shannon, My Secret Book Spot