Straddling the Line

Straddling the Line

by Sarah M. Anderson
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Straddling the Line 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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EllenParker More than 1 year ago
Young, educated Josey White Plume is a dedicated fundraiser for the new school on the Lakota reservation. She’s also very aware of the feelings her portion of white – outsider – blood stirs in some of the school officials. It’s enough to make a person feel like they are straddling the line between two cultures. Ben Bolton, CFO of a custom motorcycle shop, promised his dying mother to keep their family together. It’s not easy when brothers and father have their own visions for the business. Now Josey wants the shop to contribute to the school vocational program. No, can’t be done.  The spark struck between Ben and Josey at the business meeting smolders until they meet at the bar where Ben’s band is playing. Smoke and flames flare and subside between them as they expose their character below the surface.  The sexual tension building between them is excellently portrayed in this quick read.
arlenadean More than 1 year ago
By: Sarah M. Anderson Published By: Harlequin Age Recommended: Adult Reviewed By: Arlena Dean Rating: 5 Series: The Bolton Brothers #1 Review: "Straddling The Line" by Sarah M. Anderson was a good contemporary read that I couldn't put down until the last word. This was the first in her series: The Bolton Brothers. The storyline is very interesting how this author was able to put the 'Native American'(Josey Plume) with him(Ben)...he's from a biker family. I love this! We find Josey is trying to get funds for a school for the reservation and Ben is having to deal with his father and two brothers with the custom bike business. There will be sparks the first time Josey and Ben meet due to the fact that they are both loaded down with some much stress in their life. What will happen when they finally cone together as they are trying to find happiness from the two different worlds? I thought all of the characters were well developed and captivating only to help give the reader a good read. So, to find out all about this confrontation from these two main characters you will have to pick up "Straddling The Lines" to get the jest of it all. Definitely, this author worked her magic with this novel only to give up a well written read that I would recommend and from the ending you will be left wondering what the next series will be about.
MADreaderMD More than 1 year ago
Ben's trying to keep the peace at his family's custom bike business. Between his snarly father, his burly older brother, and his media-savvy slick younger brother, he's got a lot to deal with. Josey just wants to raise some money for a new school on the reservation, and she doesn't want to compromise her morals to do it. Ben wants to turn her down flat, but there's something about Josey he can't forget. They both struggle to find their own happiness when they come from two different worlds. This is a great beginning to the Bolton Brothers series. I can't wait to read more.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Liked the story. I dont think i read her work before. Am waiting for the Bolton brothers stories that are coming in future months.