Where You Are by Tammara Webber

Where You Are by Tammara Webber

Graham Douglas was instantly charmed when he met Emma Pierce on the set of his last film, but she was superstar Reid Alexander’s primary pursuit. After doing everything in his power to keep from falling for her during filming, a chance meeting gives Graham another shot, and this time, he’s taking it.

 
Emma Pierce sacrificed a promising Hollywood career to lead the life of a regular girl. She thought she’d conquered her feelings for the two night-and-day guys who vied for her heart while filming her last movie, until a twist of fate puts her in a coffee shop in the middle of Manhattan with the one she still misses.
 
Brooke Cameron just survived three months on location with her beautiful, arrogant ex – Hollywood’s reigning golden boy. Older and wiser, she’s set her sights on her close friend, Graham, and there’s only one thing standing in her way – Emma, the girl he can’t forget.
 
Reid Alexander can sum up his life in one word: boring. There’s little to do aside from interviews, photo shoots, and the premiere of his latest film. In need of a diversion, the last thing he expects to do is team up with his still-hostile ex to accomplish a common goal: the breakup of Graham and Emma. Game. On.

This, the second book in Tammara Webber’s Between the Lines series, picks up the moment the first one leaves off. In other words: this isn’t a book to read out of order!

I loved this book very, very much because the focus was on Emma and Graham, proving that the jerk bad boy isn’t always the one who’s good for you. Graham is one of my favourite romantic male leads. He loves so deeply, but without the creepy possessiveness bordering on abuse that is so popular in the New Adult genre.

Dealing with two young people who are more interested in acting than in the fame that comes with it, the majority of this book is about the two characters who try everything they can think of to break them up before their relationship has even got going.

Brooke, who didn’t come across as quite this crazy in the first book, is a maniac here. Though I DESPISE it when blond women are stereotyped like this, Webber does always give her characters – good and bad – many layers to their personalities.

Tammara Webber’s writing is addictive to me. I’d go as far as saying she is the best author in the New Adult genre.

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Posted on 16/07/2013, in Books, New Adult, Random, Young Adult Fiction, Young Adult Issues, Young Adult Romance and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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