Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Blog Tour: Fractured Lines (Out of Line #4) by Jen McLaughlin

Fractured Lines (Out of Line #4)
by Jen McLaughlin
Release Date: October 14th 2014
Rate: Love it (4,5 stars)


The lines we once crossed so easily have widened and torn us apart . . .

Once upon a time I thought Finn and I would live happily ever after, but real life doesn't always have a happy ending. He's testing my trust, and I'm losing faith in the man I thought I'd spend the rest of my life with, and there’s nothing I do can stop it. He’s the one I trusted to keep me safe, but now he’s the source of my greatest pain . . .

Forgiveness is fragile, and some fractures never fully heal . . .

One mistake—a slip in a moment of weakness—might cost me everything I've worked so hard for. The thing about trust is that it's a lot easier to lose than it is to build. Just as I'm about to give up and surrender to the demons from my past, an unexpected threat reminds me what I'm best at: protecting the woman I love. Whether or not she wants me, I will fight for Carrie and our daughter, and I will keep them safe—no matter the cost.

Even if I have to put my life and my heart on the line.

In Fractured Lines our favorite couple, Finn and Carrie, not only get their happily ever after, but they have also grown, not only because the author decided to make it an adult novel, but their personalities and their intimate moments have also grown and become even hotter than before (even if that's possible).

However, having a happy ending doesn't mean happy moments all the time. Real couples also have problems, even if their love is an epic one like Finn and Carrie's. And that is one of the things that make this series so enjoyable, the real factor that sometimes is hard to achieve. 

One thing is for sure. This fourth book in the Out Of Line series should come with a warning telling readers that this new story might caused so many emotions that people around might think you are crazy. You would go from worrying about the two main characters, to almost crying or actual crying (and the ugly one) and then you would show a goofy smile. The fact that once again Carrie and Finn's relationship is tested and that they have to fight new problems, leaves the readers in an overload of emotions.

I enjoyed so much this book and the whole series I do not want to give out anything with my review, that's why I am writing so little about the plot and what's going to happen between Carrie and Finn, but I would say that this is one of the best tributes an author can do to his/her characters and Jen McLaughlin did it perfectly. There's been a change in every single character from her Out Of Line series if compare the first book with this fourth one and the evolution has been outstanding. Moreover, it's always nice to have a piece of what's happening after the ending of a series, and Jen McLaughlin gifted us, readers, with exactly that. 

So if you are still wondering if you need to read this series if you haven't started yet, that's a definitely yes. You need to meet Finn and fall madly in love with him, make him one of your favorite male fictional characters and get to know Carrie and their unique love story. I gave them a chance and I do not regret it at all!

The first three books you can also find them in The Out Of Line set

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Jen McLaughlin is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author. She writes steamy New Adult books for the young and young at heart. Her first release, Out of Line, came out September 2013. She also writes bestselling Contemporary Romance under the pen name Diane Alberts.Since receiving her first contract offer under the pen name Diane Alberts, she has yet to stop writing. She is represented by Louise Fury at The Bent Agency.

Though she lives in the mountains, she really wishes she was surrounded by a hot, sunny beach with crystal clear water. She lives in Northeast Pennsylvania with her four kids, a husband, a schnauzer mutt, a cat, and a Senegal parrot. In the rare moments when she’s not writing, she can usually be found hunched over one knitting project or another. Her goal is to write so many well-crafted romance books that even a non-romance reader will know her name.

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