Crossing Lines

Nora and Kelli are fascinating and amusing. I love the fact that Nora has Phineas, it reminds me of my brother-in-law because he’s always wanted a pig. Kelli’s relationship with Phineas was just adorable and even amused Nora. When I met them in “Blurred Lines”, Kelli had gotten shot and Nora was one of the doctors in the hospital. They slowly got to know each other and it grew into something great. In “Crossing Lines” it shows you a more in depth glimpse of their relationship and the aftermath of Nora’s court proceedings.

I love the fact that Kd gives me real people with real problems, it help me relate to them more. Nora had issues with people in her hospital and Kelli had family situations she had to deal with. The situation with Taylor was crazy. Some would think Nora was anti-social, but I think she’s just careful. I really enjoyed seeing her open up in “Crossing Lines” and I hope there will more to their story or in their world.

I have no problem recommending this book.


Book Blurb for Crossing Lines

Nora Whitmore has been through the ringer both professionally and personally. Now, her life is more than she ever thought it could be, especially with Kelli McCabe in it. The walls have come down, and she is open to new people and experiences. Kelli McCabe watched all the broken pieces of her life come together. The situation with her family settled down, and she's right where she wants to be back at work and in Nora's arms. For both of them, this quiet time is just the devastating calm before the massive storm hits and brings with it the violence of a vengeful enemy and the reality of drug abuse. The chaos surrounding them exposes old wounds and individual vulnerabilities that seem to multiply when they are together. Is it too much for them to withstand? Or is what they have strong enough to overcome it all?


Night Owl Reviews May, 2016 4.50