Monday, April 14, 2014

Imaginary Lines Reviews...

Tamar Rosenfeld has been in love with New York Leopards linebacker Abraham Krasner since they were twelve years old. She'd always considered it destiny that they'd end up together…until Abe was drafted and she professed her feelings in a moment of blind excitement. The sting of his rejection was like nothing she'd ever felt before, and it's nothing she'll ever forget.
Older and wiser, Tamar has landed a dream job as a reporter for one of New York's premier athletic websites. Determined to stop being the safe, boring girl she's felt like for most of her life, Tamar makes a list of all the things she wants to do and see in her new city, and Getting Over Abraham is priority number one.
But destiny has finally chosen to interfere. Just as Tamar's decided to move on, Abe's realized she's the only woman for him. When he confides the truth, Tamar has to decide if she can put her crush behind her, or take a chance on the very man who's been holding her back all these years.

Jenn's Review:

5 stars
This book was AWESOME. 
I think there are a couple that come before it but I read it as a standalone and understand everything going on in it. 
Typical male she says I love you and he runs away therefore she moves on and THEN he realized he loves her too. I so wanted to smack Abe upside his head...
But when he redeems himself he goes big !!!. 
I am not a fan of football but I really did love this book.

Glendalys's Review:

I give this book 3 stars.
I liked this book.  I enjoyed reading about the characters.  Tamar got her heart broken by Abe once.  Now she's moving to New York to start her dream job.  Her mom and family keep insisting that she meet up with Abe again.  Abe is a star football player, who once let the one get away.  I really wanted to like this book more.  I thought it had a great storyline with lots of potential.  But I was disappointed because in my opinion once someone hurts you, you don't just forgive them.  I wanted to him to have to fight for her more.  And I wanted her to play hard to get.  To me she gave in too easily.  This made the story less believable in my eyes.  Although this occurred it was still a cute story.  I would recommend this book to friends.


Allison Parr is the author of Rush Me, Running Back, and Imaginary Lines. She grew up in small town New England, where she developed an incurable case of wanderlust. After graduating with degrees in archaeology and creative writing, she spent the next several years living in San Francisco, Paris, Boston, and New York.  When she’s not traveling or writing, she’s making a mean chocolate cake or bad historical jokes. She’s also amassing enough books to rival the library in Beauty and the Beast.

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