Reviewer: Serena Soape
Date of Release: March 19, 2020
Small towns were made for second chances…even if it’s your best friend’s sister.
I’m getting by just fine on my own when the boy who stole my heart and ran away twelve years ago shows up in town again. He’s a big shot baseball player now, needing my help to rehab his knee. If he’d just lay off the flirting and the dimples he throws with each grin, I might be able to do my job. Good thing I’m not dumb enough to fall for him a second time.
I promised my best friend I would never make a move on his little sister. I kept that promise—if you don’t count that one kiss senior year—but now that we’re adults and I’m moving back home, all bets are off. Skylar Rae isn’t the same person I knew twelve yearsago and neither am I. It’ll take a lot more healing than I expected to see if she and I can cross that line again.
Marika Ray has written a heartfelt and touching romance with “Lines We Cross”.
This is the first novel in the Nickel Bay Brothers Series.
The relationship between Skylar and Max had both its good and difficult moments.
The character development for all of the brothers along with Skylar and Max was fantastic.
Nickel Bay seems like the perfect little town to either visit or live in.
This was a fun and entertaining novel that kept me wanting to turn the page all the way to the end.
I received a copy of this book from the author in exchange for fair and honest review.