Good For You has ratings and reviews. Reid Alexander’s celebrity life is an open book. Every relationship, every error in judgment is analyzed. Editorial Reviews. Review. “Amidst the filming, the partying and the constant media attention, Between the Lines – Kindle edition by Tammara Webber. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. From the author of New York Times bestsellers Easy and Here Without You (Between the Lines Book 4) by [ Webber, Tammara]. Audible Sample. Audible Sample. Playing Playing Loading Loading.

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Between the Lines (Between the Lines, #1) by Tammara Webber

There are no discussion topics on this book yet. View all 19 comments. I can’t begin to explain how amazing this book was.

So, I sort of expected this to be about Reid finding a good girl who could sort of “convert” him, to “change” him to someone better behaved, the way that girls always seem to think they can do to bad boys. I was kinda glad, since he was better than Reid anyone would be but I didn’t really buy into their chemistry at all. Reid gets points for dealing with Brooke the way he did, but lost some for not telling Dori something he should have.

The rest of the cast befriend her but Emma can’t help feeling out of her depth. Emma is a likeable, down-to-earth narrator, Reid is waaay more likeable than he should be because Webber gives him colour and dimension, and Graham is utterly cool, laidback and hot.

I loved this book, it’s by far my favorite of the series by far. Although I’ve loved all the books in this series Good For You is my absolute favorite.

I don’t even know why I decided to use my time on this book, I guess the storyline seemed interesting and in the end it wasn’t at all. Not Reid and his naughty bad boy ways or his train wreck of a child hood. View all 12 comments.

Pero en este libro, fue diferente. And since I cannot stop myself I am reading the next one… right now… This is a very high 3. So that’s always fun. For one thing, I disliked all of the characters. Very well played, Webber! See, it is my belief that if I have to read a major storyline about a character that’s an ass, they should have some redeeming qualities to make me ta,ara about them.

I’m Team Graham and hope he is in the next book. Dori Cantrell is a genuine humanitarian—the outward opposite of everything Reid represents.

So yeah, i’ll cut straight to the chase I think. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

I was hooked after the first book. Is it legal to marry a book? This series is fabulous!!! The story begins with hottie movie star Reid Alexander being drunk and crashing his car into a family’s house. Dori Cantrell is a genuine humanitari Reid Alexander’s celebrity life is an open book. Also he understand everything about her. Graham and Emma, though?

Review: Between the Lines by Tammara Webber

His costar is a virtual unknown with whom he had blazing hot chemistry during her auitions. Refresh and try again. If she had just asked some simple questions, much of the drama of this book could have been avoided. Now I won’t ever see a movie with the same eyes again So it totally makes sense that when Dori sings, it’s one of her songs.

Dori is this incredibly brilliant altruistic soul and I think anyone who has followed this series knows, Reid is far from being selfless. Dori is the complete opposite of Reid in so many ways although I have to say it took me some time to warm to her. Not helping was the fact that he manipulated everyone around him, used emotional blackmail and seriously needed to grow up. View all 18 comments.

Will she become a huge star or choose a different path? She doesn’t give a damn about working with a Hollywood star like Reid, but there is certainly something about him that surely makes way to her bones at the same time a thing that also makes her turn into putty on his arms.

By the end, this had become my favorite book of the trilogy. View all 47 comments.

Between the Lines

He is spoiled, obnoxious, self-aggrandizing, rude, and just the kind of male character that I love to hate. The reveal at the end This is another one where my liking of the book was probably enhanced by my liking of the author’s other books, but I DID like it. It went above and beyond my high expectations.

You feel lied to. While she’s altruistic, she’s not a cardboard goody two shoes out to save Reid. This is a wonderful coming of age story, especially where Emma is concerned.

I completely fell head over heels, completely and forever in love with him in the last several chapters of the story. I love how Tammara Webber weaves a beautiful story but a fhe one, where everyone can relate to. This was the perfect ending to this series! Reid accepts that he is the father of the boy Brooke gives up for adoption when he was